This profile was last updated on //
Is this you? Claim your profile.
the State Department
2201 C Street
District of Columbia
The State Department maintains passport records for about 127 million Americans.
Find other employees at this company (92,716)
(4 Total References)
The conclusions, forwarded by James ...
The conclusions, forwarded by James Millette, chief financial officer at the State Department, stated that the department is interested in studying any proposed legislation to give it additional authority to deny passports to sex offenders, and that it is working with the Department of Justice to track sex tourism convictions and develop a procedure to notify the State Department.
EB Minutes 10/11/00
Engle and Millette met with the regional bureaus to explore possible incentives, but to no avail.
...8. 1999 Accountability Report for the Department of State - James Millette, Acting CFO, U.S. Department of StateMr. Millette
advised Board members that the 1999 Accountability Report for the Department of State
was currently at the printer and would be provided to them once it was available..As with the ICASS
, the auditor's issued a clean report on the Department of State's
consolidated financial transactions for the third consecutive year.
January 17, 2014 By domani speroin ...
January 17, 2014 By domani speroin Diplomatic Security, Federal Agencies, Leadership and Management, Security, State Department, Technology and WorkTags: Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Bureau of Information Resource Management, Chief Information Officer, independence, James Millette, Management Control Steering Committee, National Security Agency, OIG, penetration test, pentest, State/OIG, Steve Linick
On December 13, 2013, James Millette, the chairman of the Steering Committee and the State Department's Comptroller who also heads the State Department's Bureau of the Comptroller and Global Financial Services (CGFS) sent the OIG a written response which says that they "respectfully disagree on the level of severity these weaknesses collectively represent.
"Thefact is that the State ...
"Thefact is that the State Department lacks legal authority to deny a passport to a registered sex offender and the title of the report should reflect this," said James L. Millette, chief financial officer at the department.
said the estimate only amounts to 0.0003 percent of the more than 16 million passports issued in 2008.
also said the title failed to indicate that GAO
did not find evidence that the offenders used their passports for committing sex offenses overseas.
"The report appears to suggest, without any foundation, that the Department's issuance of passports to certain Americans facilitated their commission of sex offenses abroad," he