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Sylvia V. Baca

Acting Director

Bureau of Land Management

HQ Phone:  (202) 452-5125

Email: s***@***.gov

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Bureau of Land Management

1849 C ST NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20240

United States

Company Description

About the BLM - The BLM manages more land - over 245 million acres - than any other Federal agency. This land, known as the National System of Public Lands, is primarily located in 12 Western states, including Alaska. The Bureau, with a budget of about $1 bill... more.

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Employment History

Vice President, Health, Safety, and Environment

NatureServe


BLM Head

Albuquerque Journal


Vice President

Forest Guardians


Director of Finance and Management

City of


General Manager for Social Investment Programs and Strategic Partnerships

BP p.l.c


Affiliations

Interior for Lands and Mineral Resources

Assistant Secretary


Department of the Interior

Deputy Assistant Secretary


WhoRunsGov.com

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management


Salazar's Agency

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management


University of Colorado Natural Resources School of Law

Board Member On the California Climate Action Registry, Natural Resources Council of America


Marine Preservation Association

Board Member


American Recreation Coalition

Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Land and Minerals Management, Discussed Ongoing Changes


New Mexico Cattle Growers' Association

Executive Secretary


National Women's Law Center

Board Member


Lands and Minerals

Assistant Secretary


eParka.com

Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management


Departmentof

Assistant Secretary, Lands and Minerals Management


Education

Bachelor of University Studies


master's degree

Public Administration and Finance

University of New Mexico


Web References(118 Total References)


worldvisionportal.org

The foundation contends there is a revolving door between the BLM and BP citing current Department of the Interior deputy assistant secretary of lands and minerals management, Sylvia Baca as a case in point.
Baca was hired away from BP by the Interior Department in 2009. Before that she was an Assistant Secretary of the Interior from 1995 to 2001 with duties that included management of the BLM, and was the Acting Director of the BLM before that. In 2001, Baca took a senior management position with BP until her departure in 2009.


wn.com

Sylvia Baca
Sylvia Baca Sylvia V. Baca is a former employee of BP Oil that was appointed by Barack Obama's Secretary of the InteriorKen Salazar on June 18, 2009 as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management. Ms. Baca was the general manager for Social Investment Programs and Strategic Partnerships at BP America Inc. As part of her duties at the Department of Interior she oversees the Bureau of Land Management and the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement.


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Secretary Salazar Names Sylvia V. Baca Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management
U.S. Department of the Interior - News Release - Secretary Salazar Names Sylvia V. Baca Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Salazar Names Sylvia V. Baca Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management WASHINGTON, D.C. - Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today named Sylvia V. Baca, a senior public and private sector manager in energy and environmental policy and programs, as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management. "Sylvia brings more than two decades of management experience dealing with natural resource and environmental stewardship issues in both the public and private sectors and at all levels of government," Secretary Salazar said. "Sylvia understands the value of partnerships and the dynamics of consensus building on difficult issues and her professionalism and detailed knowledge of Interior's land and energy responsibilities will make her a valuable member of our leadership team." Baca, who currently is general manager for Social Investment Programs and Strategic Partnerships at BP America Inc. in Houston, has held several senior management positions with the company since 2001, focusing on environmental initiatives, overseeing cooperative projects with private and public organizations, developing health, safety, and emergency response programs and working on climate change, biodiversity and sustainability objectives. As Director of Global Health, Safety, Environment & Emergency Response for BP Shipping Ltd. in London, Baca led a worldwide team to develop innovative and proactive energy and the environment initiatives. Among her accomplishments, she oversaw health, safety and environmental outcomes for an $8 billion ship building program, resulting in the youngest, greenest and most technically advanced fleet in the world. The project has received numerous awards for its safety and environmental advancements. As vice president for Health, Safety and Environment, BP North America in Los Angeles, Baca served as policy advisor on environmental initiatives, such as climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development, land restoration and air and water programs. Baca presented BP's Climate Change Program before congressional committees and served as a board member on the California Climate Action Registry, Natural Resources Council of America, NatureServe, and the University of Colorado Natural Resources School of Law. She developed collaborative partnerships with key constituents, trade associations, regulators and other stakeholders on environmental legislative and regulatory issues. From 1995 to 2001, Baca served as the Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management at the Department of the Interior, where she was the principal policy advisor to the Secretary of the Interior for environmentally responsible stewardship of public lands and resources. She was responsible for the development of national policy and management direction of the Bureau of Land Management, Minerals Management Service and Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement. Among her achievements, Baca formulated consensus-based federal land and resource management policies and facilitated policy resolution for public land and mineral disputes with competing interest groups. She earlier served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management and was the Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management. Baca held several senior positions in New Mexico government, including director of Finance and Management for the City of Albuquerque, Senior Fiscal Analyst with the Legislative Finance Committee and director of the New Mexico Minority and Small-Business Development program. Baca holds a master's degree in Public Administration and Finance from the University of New Mexico. She has received advanced management training at the University of Cambridge; Rice University School of Management and Stanford Graduate School of Business Education. Among her honors and awards, Baca received the Distinguished Alumni in Career Achievement from the University of New Mexico in 2008.


www.excellenceintransition.org

3. Sylvia Baca, M.A. (2000-2001).
Served as acting assistant secretary for two years prior to Senate confirmation. Former acting director of the Bureau of Land Management. Former deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management.


www.gunowners.org

Indeed, BLM Director Sylvia Baca acknowledged "widespread concern" among people in the West over the proposed changes.


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