Lobbying Disclosure Act

The Lobbying Disclosure Act, Public Law 104-65 imposes disclosure and registration requirements on lobbyists who contact covered legislative and executive branch officials. It also requires that a "covered executive branch official" who is contacted by a lobbyist disclose the fact that he or she is a covered executive branch official upon the request of the person making the lobbying contact. "Covered executive branch officials" are:

  • The President;
  • The Vice President;
  • Any officer or employee, or any other individual functioning in the capacity of such an officer or employee, in the Executive Office of the President;
  • Any officer or employee serving in a position in level I, II, III, IV, or V of the Executive Schedule, as designated by statute or Executive order;
  • Any member of the uniformed services whose pay grade is at or above O-7 under U.S.C. 201; and
  • Any individual serving in a position of a confidential, policy-determining, policy-making, or policy-advocating character described in 5 U.S.C. 7511(b)(2)(B).

 

 

Presidential Appointees and Schedule C Contact Information

 

Heidi Challe, Human Resources Specialist
Human Resources Branch
Phone: (202) 418-5580
E-mail:  hchalle@cftc.gov