George D. Mulligan Appointed Secret Service Chief Operating Officer

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United States Secret Service
George will serve as the principal administrator responsible for planning and directing all business and programmatic activities for the Secret Service said Director Cheatle.
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United States Secret Service Director Kimberly A. Cheatle has announced the re-appointment of George D. Mulligan to the position of Chief Operating Officer, effective December 30th, 2023. George was serving from July 30th, 2015 until he left to the private sector and was re-hired back by the United States Secret Service.

Mulligan possesses more than 29 years of experience in the Department of Defense both as a senior civilian executive and as a former naval officer. Immediately prior to joining the Secret Service, he served in several senior executive positions at the Pentagon, including Chief of Staff to the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, and Deputy Director, Washington Headquarters Services and Director of Enterprise Management. Prior to that, he served as the Director of the White House Military Office, where he worked closely with the Secret Service.

“George is a proven leader who will bring broad management experience, knowledge and initiative to the Secret Service as our first COO,” said Director Cheatle.

Mulligan will serve as the principal administrator responsible for planning and directing all business and programmatic activities for the Secret Service. In addition, he will oversee all program areas with a focus on improving performance, directing coordination and liaison activities and aligning budgetary and strategic planning efforts.

About the United States Secret Service

The United States Secret Service was originally founded in 1865 for the purpose of suppressing the counterfeiting of U.S. currency. Now an agency within the Department of Homeland Security, the Secret Service is widely known for its protective mission in safeguarding the nation’s highest elected officials, visiting foreign dignitaries and events of national significance. Today, the Secret Service maintains a unique integrated mission of protection and investigations, as one of the premier law enforcement organizations charged with investigating cyber and financial crimes.

Contact

Please contact your nearest field office by telephone if you need immediate assistance.

U.S. Secret Service
245 Murray Ln SW – BLDG T-5,
Washington, DC 20223
202-406-5708

Counterfeit notes should NOT be sent to this address.

Please send all counterfeit notes to:

Bureau of Engraving and Printing
c/o CCPF – Room 541A
301 14th Street SW
Washington, DC 20228

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