Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero has appointed Charley Barth as Director of the Office of the Federal Register.
As Director, Barth oversees providing access to the Federal Register and administering both the Electoral College and the constitutional amendment process. He started this position earlier this month.
Barth has a long career of Government service. He started as an intern for Senator Carl Levin (MI). He then worked as an IT contract specialist at the Naval Information Systems Management Center. He next served as
Program Manager and Subject Matter Expert in Information Management for the Department of the Navy’s Chief Information Officer. He became the Department of Homeland Security’s first Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act officer. Most recently, he was Director of Records for the Secretary of the Navy.
Born and raised in Michigan, Barth attended Ball State University on a full football scholarship. He received his BS degree in Political Science with a minor in Military Science. He earned a Master of Management degree in Procurement and Acquisitions Management from Webster University.