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 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

 Office of the Secretary


Senior Executive Service Performance Review Board

AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, DHS.

ACTION: Notice of Federal Register.

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SUMMARY: This notice announces the appointment of the members of the 
Senior Executive Service Performance Review Boards for the Department 
of Homeland Security. The purpose of the Performance Review Board is to 
view and make recommendations concerning proposed performance 
appraisals, ratings, bonuses, pay adjustments, and other appropriate 
personnel actions for incumbents of Senior Executive Service, Senior 
Level and Senior Professional positions of the Department.

DATES: Effective Dates: This Notice is effective July 24, 2013.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Elizabeth Haefeli, Office of the Chief 
Human Capital Officer, telephone (202) 357-8164.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Each federal agency is required to establish 
one or more performance review boards (PRB) to make recommendations, as 
necessary, in regard to the performance of senior executives within the 
agency. 5 U.S.C. 4314(c). This notice announces the appointment of the 
members of the PRB for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The 
purpose of the PRB is to review and make recommendations concerning 
proposed performance appraisals, ratings, bonuses, pay adjustments, and 
other appropriate personnel actions for incumbents of SES positions 
within DHS.
    The Board shall consist of at least three members. In the case of 
an appraisal of a career appointee, more than half of the members shall 
consist of career appointees. Composition of the specific PRBs will be 
determined on an ad hoc basis from among the individuals listed below:

Alles, Randolph D.
Amparo, Alexis
Anderson, Penny
Anderson, Rose J.
Andrews, John
Armstrong, Charles R.
Armstrong, Sue
Ayala, Janice
Baer, Thomas
Baran, Kathy
Barber, Delores
Baroukh, Nader
Barrett, Lawrence
Barrows, Angela
Bartoldus, Charles
Batkin, Joshua C.
Bauhs, Kimberlyn J.
Beagles, James
Beckham, Steward D.
Beers, Rand
Benda, Francis
Bersin, Alan
Bester, Margot
Bibo, David R.
Borkowski, Mark S.
Borras, Rafael
Bourbeau, Sharie
Boyce, Carla J.
Boyce, Maria Luisa
Boyd, David
Braccio, Dominick D
Bray, Robert S.
Breor, Scott
Brinsfield, Kathryn
Brooks, Vicki
Brown, Dallas
Brown, Meddie
Brundage, William
Brzymialkiewicz, Caryl
Buckingham, Patricia A.

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Butcher, Michael
Button, Christopher
Byrne, Sean J.
Caggiano, Marshall L.
Cahill, Donna L.
Callahan, Colleen B.
Cameron, Michael K.
Campagnolo, Donna
Canevari, Holly
Cantor, Jonathan
Carpenter, Dea D.
Carter, Gary
Castro, Raul
Chaleki, Thomas
Chavez, Richard
Cioppa, Thomas
Clark, Kenneth
Clever, Daniel
Cline, Richard
Coffman, Katherine M.
Cogswell, Patricia
Cohen, John
Cohn, Alan
Coleman, Corey J.
Conklin, Jeffery
Conklin, William
Connor, Edward L.
Correa, Soraya
Covell, Cynthia
Coven, Phyllis
Cowan, Robert
Cox, Adam
Cummiskey, Chris
Daitch, William
Darling, Michael
Davis, Delia P.
Davis, Robert
Dayton, Mark
de Vallance, Brian
DiFalco, Frank
Dinkins, James A.
Dorko, Jeffrey J.
Dorochoff, Ruth
Driggers, Richard
Duong, Anh
Durette, Paul
Durham, Debra
Durkovich, Caitlin
Edwards, Eric L.
Emerson, Catherine
Emrich, Matthew
Ennis, Eileen
Epstein, Gerald
Erevia, Victor
Essid, Michael
Fagerholm, Eric
Falk, Scott K.
Farley, Evan T.
Farmer, Robert A.
Fenton, Robert J.
Fisher, Michael J.
Fitzgerald, Karen
Flinn, Shawn
Flynn, William
Fonash, Peter
Fortune, Anthony
Fox, Katherine B.
Fox, Katherine M.
Frazier, Denise
Freeman, Beth A.
Fujimura, Paul N.
Gabbrielli, Tina
Gaines, Glenn A.
Gammon, Carla
Gantt, Kenneth
Garner, David
Geiselman, Sandra L.
Gerstein, Daniel
Gersten, David
Gina, Allen
Goode, Brendan
Gowadia, Huban
Grade, Deborah C.
Gramlick, Carl
Graves, Margaret
Greene, Jonathan
Griffin, Robert
Grimm, Michael
Gross-Davis, Leslie
Grossman, Seth S.
Gruber, Corey D.
Gunter, Brett
Halinski, John W.
Hall, Christopher J.
Hardiman, Tara
Havranek, John F.
Hazuda, Mark
Heller, Susan J.
Hess, David
Hewitt, Ronald
Heyman, David
Hill, Alice
Hill, Mark
Hochman, Kathleen
Hoggan, Kelly C.
Holterman, Keith
Homan, Tom
Houser, Eric
Hylton, Roberto L.
Ingram, Deborah S.
Jensen, Robert
Johnson Perryman, Janet
Johnson, Daniel
Johnson, Edward H.
Johnson, James
Jones Jr., Berl D.
Jones, Franklin C.
Jones, Keith
Jones, Rendell
Joseph, Leonard
Karoly, Stephen
Kauffman, Keith
Kaufman, David J.
Keene, Kenneth D
Keiserman, Brad J.
Kendall, Sarah
Kerner, Francine
Kessler, Tamara
Kieserman, Brad J.
Kish, James R.
Kopel, Richard
Koumans, Marnix
Krizay, Glenn
Kronisch, Matthew L.
Kruger, Randy
Kruger, Mary
Kubiak, Lev J.
Langlois, Joseph
Lederer, Calvin M.
Legomsky, Stephen
Logan, Christopher
Looney, Robert
Luczko, George
Ludtke, Meghan G.
Lumpkins, Donald M.
Lyon, Shonnie
Mabeus, Steven
Magaw, Craig D.
Maher, Joseph B.
Mapar, Jalal
Marshall, Gregory
Martoccia, Anthony R.
Maughan, William
May, Major P.
Mayorkas, Alejandro
McAleenan, Kevin K.
McAllister, Scott
McClain, Ellen
McConnell, Bruce
McDonald, Christina E.
McMillan, Howard
McNamara, Philip
Meckley, Tammy
Melero, Mariela
Menna, Jenny
Merritt, Michael P.
Meyer, Jonathan E.
Micone, Vincent
Mihalko, George
Miles, John
Miller, David L.
Mitchell, Andrew
Mocny, Robert
Monica, Donald
Montgomery, Cynthia R.
Moore, Joseph
Morrissey, Paul S.
Moses, Patrick
Moynihan, Timothy M.
Mulligan, Ricci
Murphy, Jane P.
Murphy, John
Murphy, Kenneth D.
Muzyka, Carolyn
Myers, David L.
Napolitano, Janet
Nayak, Nick
Neptun, Daniel A.
Neufeld, Donald
Nicholson, David
Nimmich, Joseph L.
Novak, Michael R.
O'Connor, Kimberly
Odom, Maria
Okada, Ted T.
Olavarria, Esther
Oliver, Clifford E.
Onieal, Denis G.
Orner, Jeffrey
O'Toole, Tara
Palmer, David J.
Parent, Wayne
Paschall, Robert
Patrick, Connie L
Patterson, Leonard
Peavy, Sandy H.
Penn, Damon C.

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Philbin, Patrick
Phillips, Sally
Pierson, Julia A.
Pietropaoli, Lori
Potts, Michael
Pressman, David
Pupillo, Dale A.
Quijas, Louis
Ramanathan, Sue
Ramirez, Edgar
Rausch, Sharia
Redman, Kathy
Renaud, Daniel
Renaud, Tracy
Reuther, Kurt
Rhew, Perry
Richardson, Gregory
Riordan, Denis
Robbins, Tim
Robinson, David M.
Robinson, George A.
Roche, William W.
Rodriguez, Waldemar
Rogers, Debra
Rudolph, Alan
Ruppel, Joanna
Russell, Anthony A.
Russell, Michael
Ryan, Paul
Rynes, Joel
Salazar, Ronald
Saliunas, Barbara
Salvatore, Joseph C.
Sandweg, John
Saunders, Steve D.
Savastana, Anthony J.
Schied, Eugene H.
Schmelzinger, Gilbert
Schoening, Donald
Scholz, Dawn
Schreiber, Tonya
Schwartz, Mark
Scialabba, Lori
Seale, Mary
Sekar, Radha C.
Sevier, Adrian
Shelton Waters, Karen R.
Sherry, Peggy
Shlossman, Amy
Smislova, Melissa
Smith, A.T.
Smith, Douglas
Smith, Eric T.
Smith, Gordon
Solheim, Linda
Spampinato Jr., Francis C.
Spaulding, Suzanne
Stallworth, Charles E.
Stanley, Kathleen
Stanton, John
Stempfley, Roberta
Stevens, Clark
Strack, Barbara
Streufert, John
Stroud, Dennis M.
Sutherland, Daniel
Swacina, Linda
Swain, Donald
Swartz, Neal J.
Swengros, Richard
Tarry, William
Tate, Cornelius F.
Taylor, Charles
Teets, Gregory L.
Tennyson, Stephanie L.
Thomas, Rob C.
Thompson, John
Tierney, MaryAnn E.
Toler, Jacob
Tomsheck, James F.
Torrence, Donald
Triner, Donald
Trissell, David A.
Tuttle, James
Ulianko, John
Vanison, Denise
Vasquez JR, Leopoldo R.
Velarde, Barbara
Velasquez III, Andrew
Venture, Veronica
Veysey, Anne
Vincent, Peter S.
Walke, James A.
Walther, Kelli
Walton, Kimberly H.
Ward, Nancy L.
Ward, Patrice
Warrick, Thomas
Wenchel, Rosemary
Williams, Dwight M.
Williams, Gerard J.
Williams, Richard
Winchell, Leigh
Windham, Nicole
Winkowski, Thomas S.
Wong, Heather
Woodard, Steven C.
Wright, Joseph W
Wright, Roy E.
Wulf, David
Yeager, Michael J.
Zabko, John
Zelvin, Lawrence
Zimmerman, Elizabeth A.

    This notice does not constitute a significant regulatory action 
under section 3(f) of Executive Order 12866. Therefore, DHS has not 
submitted this notice to the Office of Management and Budget. Further, 
because this notice is a matter of agency organization, procedure and 
practice, DHS is not required to follow the rulemaking requirements 
under the Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. 553).

    Dated: July 18, 2013.
Shonna R. James,
Director, Executive Resources, Office of the Chief Human Capital 
Officer.
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