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United States Secretary of Commerce

                   
United States
Secretary of Commerce
US-DeptOfCommerce-Seal.svg
Official Seal
Incumbent
Rebecca Blank

since June 11, 2012
(Acting)
Formation March 15, 1913
First holder William Cox Redfield
Succession Tenth
Website www.commerce.gov
  The Commerce Secretary's office as it looked in the mid-20th century.

The United States Secretary of Commerce is the head of the United States Department of Commerce concerned with business and industry; the Department states its mission to be "to foster, promote, and develop the foreign and domestic commerce".[1] Until 1913 there was one Secretary of Commerce and Labor, uniting this department with the Department of Labor, which is now headed by a separate Secretary of Labor.[2]

The Office of the Secretary contains a Deputy Secretary of Commerce, a Chief of Staff, a Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy, an Assistant Secretary for Commerce and Intergovernmental Affairs, a Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Secretary for Administration, a Chief Information Officer, a General Counsel, an Inspector General, an Office of Business Liaison, an Office of Policy and Strategic Planning, an Office of Public Affairs, an Office of White House Liaison, and an International IPR Enforcement Coordinator.[3]

Gary Locke, former Commerce Secretary resigned on August 11, 2011, to become the United States Ambassador to China.

On May 31, 2011, President Obama nominated John E. Bryson to be U.S. Secretary of Commerce. He was sworn in as the 37th United States Secretary of Commerce on October 21, 2011. On June 11, 2012, Bryson announced in a memo that he was taking a medical leave of absence. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank will serve as Acting Secretary of Commerce until he returns.[4]


The line of succession for the Secretary of Commerce is as follows:[5]

  1. Deputy Secretary of Commerce
  2. General Counsel of the Department of Commerce
  3. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade
  4. Under Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs
  5. Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  6. Under Secretary of Commerce for Technology
  7. Under Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration
  8. Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Commerce and Assistant Secretary of Commerce in charge of Administration
  9. Assistant Secretary for Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs

Contents

  List of Secretaries of Commerce

Parties

      No party       Democratic       Republican

Status
  Denotes acting Commerce Secretary
No. Portrait Name State of Residence Took Office Left Office President(s)
1 WilliamCoxRedfield.jpg William C. Redfield New York March 5, 1913 October 31, 1919 Woodrow Wilson
2 JoshuaWillisAlexander.jpg Joshua W. Alexander Missouri December 16, 1919 March 4, 1921
3 HerbertHoover.jpg Herbert Hoover California March 5, 1921 August 21, 1928 Warren G. Harding
Calvin Coolidge
4 WilliamFairfieldWhiting.jpg William F. Whiting Massachusetts August 22, 1928 March 4, 1929
5 RobertPattersonLamont.jpg Robert P. Lamont Illinois March 5, 1929 August 7, 1932 Herbert Hoover
6 RobertDikemanChapin.jpg Roy D. Chapin Michigan August 8, 1932 March 3, 1933
7 Daniel Calhoun Roper pers0178.jpg Daniel C. Roper South Carolina March 4, 1933 December 23, 1938 Franklin Roosevelt
8 Harry Lloyd Hopkins.jpg Harry Hopkins New York December 24, 1938 September 18, 1940
9 Jesse Holman Jones pers0174.jpg Jesse H. Jones Texas September 19, 1940 March 1, 1945
10 Henry-A.-Wallace-Townsend.jpeg Henry A. Wallace Iowa March 2, 1945 September 20, 1946
Harry S. Truman
- Alfred Schindler September 20, 1946 October 7, 1946
11 William Averell Harriman.jpg W. Averell Harriman New York October 7, 1946 April 22, 1948
12 CharlesSawyer.jpg Charles W. Sawyer Ohio May 6, 1948 January 20, 1953
13 CharlesSinclairWeeks.jpg Sinclair Weeks Massachusetts January 21, 1953 November 10, 1958 Dwight D. Eisenhower
- Lewis Strauss West Virginia November 13, 1958 June 30, 1959
14 Frederick Henry Mueller pers0162.jpg Frederick H. Mueller Michigan June 30, 1959 August 10, 1959
August 10, 1959 January 19, 1961
15 Luther Hartwell Hodges.jpg Luther H. Hodges North Carolina January 21, 1961 January 15, 1965 John F. Kennedy
Lyndon Johnson
16 JohnThomasConnor.jpg John T. Connor New York January 18, 1965 January 31, 1967
17 AlexanderBuelTrowbridge.jpg Alexander Trowbridge New York January 31, 1967 June 14, 1967
June 14, 1967 March 1, 1968
18 CyrusRowlettSmith.jpg C. R. Smith Texas March 6, 1968 January 19, 1969
19 Maurice Stans.jpg Maurice Stans New York January 21, 1969 February 15, 1972 Richard Nixon
20 PeterGeorgePeterson.jpg Peter Peterson Illinois February 29, 1972 February 1, 1973
21 FrederickBailyDent.jpg Frederick B. Dent South Carolina February 2, 1973 March 26, 1975
Gerald Ford
22 RogersClarkBallardMorton.jpg Rogers Morton Maryland May 1, 1975 February 2, 1976
23 ElliotLeeRichardson.jpg Elliot Richardson Massachusetts February 2, 1976 January 20, 1977
24 Kreps-juanita-morris.png Juanita M. Kreps Kentucky January 23, 1977 October 31, 1979 Jimmy Carter
- Luther H. Hodges, Jr. North Carolina October 31, 1979 January 9, 1980
25 PhilipMorrisKlutznick.jpg Philip Klutznick Illinois January 9, 1980 January 20, 1981
26 Malcolm Baldridge pers0138.jpg Howard M. Baldrige, Jr. Nebraska January 20, 1981 July 25, 1987 Ronald Reagan
- Clarence J. Brown Jr. Ohio July 25, 1987 October 19, 1987
27 CalvinWilliamVerity.jpg William Verity, Jr. Ohio October 19, 1987 January 30, 1989
28 RobertAdamMosbacher.jpg Robert Mosbacher Texas January 31, 1989 January 15, 1992 George H. W. Bush
- Rockwell A. Schnabel January 15, 1992 February 27, 1992
29 Barbara Franklin2.jpg Barbara Franklin Pennsylvania February 27, 1992 January 20, 1993
30 RonBrownUS.JPG Ron Brown New York January 22, 1993 April 3, 1996 Bill Clinton
31 MichaelKantor.jpg Mickey Kantor Tennessee April 12, 1996 January 21, 1997
32 DaleyWilliam.jpg William M. Daley Illinois January 30, 1997 July 19, 2000
- Robert L. Mallett July 19, 2000 July 21, 2000
33 NormanYoshioMineta.jpg Norman Mineta California July 21, 2000 January 19, 2001
34 Donald Evans.jpg Donald Evans Texas January 20, 2001 February 7, 2005 George W. Bush
35 Carlos Gutierrez official portrait.jpg Carlos Gutierrez Florida February 7, 2005 January 20, 2009
- Otto J. Wolff January 20, 2009 March 26, 2009 Barack Obama
36 Gary Locke official portrait.jpg Gary Locke Washington March 26, 2009 August 1, 2011
- Rebecca Blank Minnesota August 1, 2011 October 21, 2011
37 John Bryson official portrait.jpg John Bryson New York October 21, 2011 June 11, 2012
- Rebecca Blank Minnesota June 11, 2012 Incumbent

Source: Department of Commerce: Secretaries

  Acting Secretaries of Commerce

  Living former Secretaries of Commerce

  See also

  References

United States presidential line of succession
Preceded by
Secretary of Agriculture
10th in line Succeeded by
Secretary of Labor
   
               

 

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