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2009 Report to Congress on White House Staff

Row numberNAMESTATUSSALARYPAY BASISTITLE
1Abraham, Yohannes A.Employee$40000Per AnnumLEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT AND ASSISTANT TO THE HOUSE LIAISON
2Abrams, Adam W.Employee$65000Per AnnumWESTERN REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
3Adams, Ian H.Employee$36000Per AnnumEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF SCHEDULING AND ADVANCE
4Agnew, David P.Employee$92000Per AnnumDEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
5Ahrens, Rebecca A.Employee$42800Per AnnumOPERATOR
6Aldy, Jr., Joseph E.Employee$130500Per AnnumSPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT
7Alvarado, Lissette A.Employee$57000Per AnnumDOMESTIC DIRECTOR
8Amorsingh, Lucius L.Employee$54768Per AnnumSPECIAL ASSISTANT
9Anderson, Amanda D.Employee$55000Per AnnumEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF OF STAFF
10Anderson, Charles D.Employee$50000Per AnnumPOLICY ASSISTANT
11Anello, Russell M.Employee$65000Per AnnumCOUNSEL
12Aniskoff, Paulette L.Employee$72000Per AnnumPRIORITY PLACEMENT DIRECTOR
13Armbruster, Sally M.Employee$36000Per AnnumSTAFF ASSISTANT TO THE SOCIAL SECRETARY
14Aronson, Lauren E.Employee$95000Per AnnumPOLICY DIRECTOR
15Attili, Candice L.Employee$57129Per AnnumASSISTANT SHIFT LEADER
16Avery, Heidi E.Detailee$162326Per AnnumSPECIAL ADVISOR TO THE ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT/DEPUTY NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR
17Axelrod, David M.Employee$172200Per AnnumASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT AND SENIOR ADVISOR
18Baden, Richard T.Detailee$141000Per AnnumDIRECTOR, RESPONSE POLICY
19Baggetto, Maude L.Employee$36000Per AnnumSTAFF ASSISTANT
20Baia, Ashley E.Employee$36000Per AnnumSTAFF ASSISTANT
21Barnes, Melody C.Employee$172200Per AnnumASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF THE DOMESTIC POLICY COUNCIL
22Baskerville, Jr., Chester A.Employee$46600Per AnnumASSISTANT SHIFT LEADER
23Bassin, Ian M.Employee$95000Per AnnumDEPUTY ASSOCIATE COUNSEL
24Bauer, Nicholas T.Employee$44000Per AnnumASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
25Bedingfield, Katherine J.Employee$75000Per AnnumDIRECTOR OF RESPONSE
26Beinart, Diana H.Detailee$132914Per AnnumTAX COUNSEL
27Belive, Lauren E.Employee$40000Per AnnumLEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT AND ASSISTANT FOR EVENTS
28Beliveau, Emmett S.Employee$130000Per AnnumDEPUTY ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ADVANCE AND OPERATIONS
29Beverly, Alaina C.Employee$70000Per AnnumASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF URBAN AFFAIRS
30Bhowmik, RachanaEmployee$99000Per AnnumDIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROJECTS AND SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF
31Binns, Mary U.Employee$68463Per AnnumSPECIAL ASSISTANT
32Birdsall, Kristen S.Employee$45000Per AnnumRESEARCHER
33Blake, Michael A.Employee$60000Per AnnumDEPUTY ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
34Bleich, Jeffrey L.Employee$140000Per AnnumSPECIAL COUNSEL TO THE PRESIDENT
35Block, Michael R.Employee$36000Per AnnumSTAFF ASSISTANT
36Blount, Patricia H.Employee$41210Per AnnumRECORDS MANAGEMENT ANALYST
37Bond, Brian K.Employee$92000Per AnnumDEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
38Bookey, Natalie F.Employee$36000Per AnnumSTAFF ASSISTANT
39Boswell, Joseph J.Employee$40000Per AnnumEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF OF STAFF TO THE FIRST LADY
40Bradley, Katherine A.Employee$40000Per AnnumDEPUTY ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
41Branch, Katherine Y.Employee$60000Per AnnumEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE SENIOR ADVISOR
42Brandt, Kate E.Employee$38000Per AnnumPOLICY ANALYST
43Brennan, John O.Employee$172200Per AnnumASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT AND DEPUTY NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR FOR COUNTERTERRORISM AND HOMELAND SECURITY
44Brewer, Anne P.Employee$36000Per AnnumEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
45Brooke, Mary J.Employee$85281Per AnnumSUPERVISOR OF CORRESPONDENCE REVIEW
46Brown, Amanda K.Employee$45000Per AnnumEXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
47Brown, Elizabeth M.Employee$172200Per AnnumASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT AND STAFF SECRETARY
48Brown, Jason B.Detailee$91259Per AnnumDIRECTOR, CYBER-SECURITY POLICY
49Browner, Carol M.Employee$172200Per AnnumASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
50Brundage, Amy J.Employee$65000Per AnnumMIDWEST REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

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wake up America!!!!

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  • Author: cshrum
  • Posted: over 4 years ago

No wonder they need all our taxes...this is pathetic! People who have lost a job...go to the White House, apparently they will create one for you! I wish I knew how to make people wake up and see what is happening right under our noses!

Give me a break!!!!

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  • Author: Rick Prentice
  • Posted: over 4 years ago

Are all these offices really necessary??? How many hours per week do they work and what is their personal misc and perk expenses ???? Where is the cost for all the czars????? (What is the limit on the number of czars??? 30, 50, 100, 500???) What are the expenses for every time Obama jets off somewhere??? (has he not heard of GotoMeeting). What is the cost for these Grand Dinners at the WhiteHouse??? Is there no budget the office of the prez has to stick to???? Do you not realize these are our tax dollars that are being pissed away??? The office of the presidency has become a corporation unto itself with no limit or budget on what it spends. You call this accountability and transparency.... BULL!!! This is absolute irresponsibility and total disdain for our tax dollars. They want to point their long hypocritical finger at corporations while operating with a different set of rules for themselves. Maybe we need to appoint (by we the people) a pay czar to oversee and rein in the white house and congress. They have no regard for our hard earned dollars. Think about it.... what are we really getting for our money???? RIPPED OFF!!!

Good to see...

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  • Author: Ron Jacobson
  • Posted: over 4 years ago

This is the first step toward government reform. When info is posted publically it creates a certain level of accountability.

Did You Know? (Obviously Not)

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  • Author: Brian Lucas
  • Posted: almost 5 years ago

They have to do that by law...it is public information because it is paid with tax dollars, they are required to give financial disclosure. He is not the first President to do this and will not be the last. Let's stop giving credit for mandated things and save it for the things that he actually achieves.

White House Salary Data Disclosed!

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  • Author: Troy Maxwell
  • Posted: almost 5 years ago

It's real easy to ask others to open their data and there's not much more sensitive than posting your own salary for all to see. Wow. Talk about putting up or shutting up. Major props to Obama et al for living up to their promises.

Kudos for transparency!

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  • Author: Brian Ahier
  • Posted: almost 5 years ago

Very well done! http://twitter.com/ahier

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