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February 24, 2011 Dear Mr. Botelho: Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 
Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series and Grade:  Information Technology Specialist (CUSTSPT), CN-2210-5A  
Starting Salary:  $91, 838  
Appointment Effective Date:  March 27, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Schedule A/Excepted Appointment/NTE years  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster/202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

April 12, 2011 
Dear Ms. Zorc: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Attorney Advisor, CN-0905-7A  
Starting Salary:  $173,003.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  May 2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted Appointment   
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Christine Megee, ph: 202-435-7021  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held May 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

March 23, 2011 Dear Katherine Worthman Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 
Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series and Grade:  Attorney Advisor, CN-0905-7A  
Starting Salary:  $165,139.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  04/24/2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Layne Pottmeyer Human Resources Specialist May 31, 2011 

Dear Mr. Wilson: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Consumer Response Specialist, CN-0301-4B, #111310 (see attached)  
Starting Salary: 67,851.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Career-conditional/Transfer  
Supervisor Name:  Deborah Riley  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You may/will subject one year trial/probationary period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more about working CFPB (https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the necessary information order complete your hiring process. 
The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

April 19, 2011 
Dear William Wade-Gery: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection.  

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A  
Starting Salary:  $173,003  
Appointment Effective Date:  05/22/2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 06/22/2012  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work. 
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge. 
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8312. 
Sincerely, 

Dalton Ferrell Human Resources Specialist 

May 27, 2011 
Dear Mr. Vasan: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Financial Analyst, CN-1160-5C, #111660  (see attached)  
Starting Salary:  $127,000.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceextended years 12/05/2012; may  
Supervisor Name:  Garry Reeder  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Mary Tamberrino  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment 
subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8399. 
Sincerely, 
Amanda McLeish Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

June 2011 
Dear Mr. VanMeter: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Assistant General Counsel for Policy,  CN-09(see attached)  05-7B, #113100  
Starting Salary: 230,000.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Supervisor Name:  Roberto Gonzalez  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Christine Megee, 202-435-7021  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

March 18, 2011 
Dear Julie Vanderslice: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Consumer Protection Analyst, CN-1101-6A  
Starting Salary:  $140,908  
Appointment Effective Date:  3/27/2011  
Type Appointment:  Career  
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. 

Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you the orientation room, room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning CFPBs history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Layne Pottmeyer Human Resources Specialist May 23, 2011 

Dear Mr. Urban: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Law Clerk, CN-0904-4B  
Starting Salary: 53,500.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  May 31, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted/NTE months  
Supervisor Name:  Kent Marcus  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Christine Megee, 202-435-7021  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Please report either Felicia Royster Emily Herchen 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 31, 2011, 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

May 26, 2011 
Dear Crystal Sumner: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-5C, #110950  (see attached)  
Starting Salary:  $110,000  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19th, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Supervisor Name:  Kent Markus  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Christine Megee, 202-435-7021  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Layne Pottmeyer Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

April 2011 
Dear John Starr: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection.  

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Physical Security Specialist, CN-0080-5C  
Starting Salary:  $129,970  
Appointment Effective Date:  04/24/2011  
Type Appointment:  Transfer  
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work. 
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held April 25, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you the orientation room, room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge. 
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning CFPBs history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 
Sincerely, 

Dalton Ferrell Human Resources Specialist 

June 2011 
Dear Ms. Simcic: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Consumer Response Specialist, CN-03attached)  01-4B, PD#111310(see  
Starting Salary: 68,500.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Transfer/Career  
Supervisor Name:  Deborah Reilly  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment 
subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

June 2011 
Dear Jeffrey Shue: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Consumer Financial ProtectioPD 111460 (see attached) yst, CN-1101-6A,  
Starting Salary:  $124,00.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Career-conditional  
Supervisor Name:  Peggy Twohig  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Katherine Cronin, 202-435-70  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 mil  Herchen, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. You will subject one year probationary 
period.   
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website (https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). necessary information order complete your hiring process. This  learn site ore will bout provide  working  you with FPB  the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate.  
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). 

BICYCLES you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

March 31, 2011 
Dear Ms. Scurlock: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Administrative Officer, CN-0341-5A  
Starting Salary:  83,489.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  April 10, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Transfer/Career  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held April 11, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist June 03, 2011 

Dear Brian Schwartz: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade Specialist (INFOSEC) Information System2210-5C, #111830 (see attached) Security Manager, CN- 
Starting Salary:  $98,000  
Appointment Effective Date:  06/19/2011  
Type Appointment:  Career  
Supervisor Name:  Mike Witt  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Seth Mann  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment 
subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate.  
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8533. 
Sincerely, 
Eric Shea Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

April 19, 2011 
Dear Kathy Sanders: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection.  

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Administrative Operations Specialist, CN-0303-3C  
Starting Salary:  $54,201  
Appointment Effective Date:  05/08/2011  
Type Appointment:  Transfer  
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work. 
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held May 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you the orientation room, room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge. 
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning CFPBs history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 
Sincerely, 

Dalton Ferrell Human Resources Specialist 

May 13, 2011 
Dear Mr. Rubin, 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Attorney Advisor (Enforcement Attorney), CN-0905-7A  
Starting Salary:  $173,000.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  05/22/2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Christine Megee, 202-435-7021  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Human Resources Specialist June 2011 

Dear Jack Roziner: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Supervisory Auditor, CN-0511-7A, #1110 (see attached)  
Starting Salary:  $173,003.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Career  
Supervisor Name:  Elizabeth Reilly  202-435-7278  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Seth Mann  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment 
subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8534. 
Sincerely, 
Missy Canavan Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

April 26, 2011 
Dear Mr. Rothstein: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Senior Economist, CN-0110-7A  
Starting Salary:  $173,003.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  May 2011  
Type Appointment:  Transfer Career Appt.  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster, ph: 202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held May 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation. One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card. The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge. Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8399. 
Sincerely, 
Amanda McLeish Human Resources Specialist 

June 2011 
Dear Mr. Rawls: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Consumer Response Specialist, CN-301-4B, attached) #111310 (see  
Starting Salary: 68,500.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Transfer/Career Appointment  
Supervisor Name:  Deborah Reilly  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment 
subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

June 2011 
Dear Ms. Pound: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Attorney-Adviser (General), CN-0905-5B, #110030 (see attached)  
Starting Salary: 85,000.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 19, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Supervisor Name:  Kent Markus  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Christine Megee, 202-435-7021  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herchen, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You may/will subject one year trial/probationary period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more about working CFPB (https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site will provide you with the necessary information order complete your hiring process. 
The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 20, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8516. 
Sincerely, 
Bonni Chambers Specialist 

March 2011 
Dear Cara Petersen: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-7A  
Starting Salary:  $173,003  
Appointment Effective Date:  3/27/2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you the orientation room the 6th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning Treasurys history and organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Stephanie Frye For Layne Pottmeyer Human Resources Specialist 

March 31, 2011 

Dear Vanessa Perry: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 
Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Expert, CN-0301-7A  
Starting Salary:  $76.69 hourly  
Appointment Effective Date:  4/04/2011  
Type Appointment:  Expert  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. Your First Day 
Please contact Felicia schedule time meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 your designated time, please report 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). 
Please bring two forms ID. One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.  
Please contact Felicia schedule time meet between for sometime between 8:00 and 9:00 you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Layne Pottmeyer Human Resources Specialist 

May 11, 2011 
Dear Leslie Parrish: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Payday and Small Dollar Lending Analyst  
Starting Salary:  $145,400.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  06/05/2011  
Type Appointment:  Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 07/05/2012; may extended total years  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  (202) 435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held June 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8399. 
Sincerely, 
Amanda McLeish Human Resources Specialist 

May 2011 
Dear Joshua Orenstein: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Attorney-Advisor, CN-0905-6A  
Starting Salary:  $124,200.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  5/22/2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 

Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will held May 23, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Layne Pottmeyer Human Resources Specialist 

June 23, 2011 
Dear Nicholas Olson: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Senior Contract Specialist, CNPD 111600 (see attached)  -11 02-6A,  
Starting Salary:  $128,098.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  July 3rd 2011  
Type Appointment:  Career -Transfer  
Supervisor Name:  Joshua Galicki  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 mil  Herchen, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment 
subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website (https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). necessary information order complete your hiring process. This  learn site ore will bout provide  working  you with FPB  the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin July 5th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

May 31, 2011 
Dear Elizabeth Newhall: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Congratulations your recent selection! are glad you chose join our team, helping make the consumer finance market safer and clearer. Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 
Position Title, Series, Grade  Examiner,  CN-0570-5C, 110920 (see tached)  
Starting Salary:  $104,562.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  June 5th, 2011  
Type Appointment:  Career-conditional  
Supervisor Name:  Peggy Twohig  
Human Capital Customer Consultant  Katherine Cronin, 202-435-7059  
Onboarding Contact:  Felicia Royster, 202-435-7193 Emily Herch en, 202-435-7519  

You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation. Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. You will subject one year probationary 
period.    
Prior your First Day  
Please visit the CFPB New Employee Orientation website learn more a(https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm). This site willnecessary information order complete your hiring process.  bout working  provide you CFPB  with the  

The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. Please bring these completed forms with you your first day work. The Benefits section houses further information about your benefits options and related forms. you not have access Internet-connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will begin June 6th, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC. your first day, you will need bring unexpired U.S. passport with you photo such drivers license military service card AND second form identification outlined the I-9 Form, like social security card birth certificate. 
Please ensure you arrive early your first day, orientation will begin promptly 8:30 a.m. Onboarding Contact will greet you the lobby and escort you orientation Room 503. During this session, will provide important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and working our team. Please see the next page for directions 1801 Street NW. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8488. 

Human Resources Specialist 

GETTING CFPB 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) currently located the intersection Street, and 18th Street, at: 

1801 Street, 
Washington 20036 

METRO 
The CFPB Office conveniently located near Metro Stations: Farragut North Station (Red Line; take the Street exit) and Farragut West Station (Orange and Blue Lines; take the 18th Street exit). you choose ride bicycle our office, you may secure one the bike racks available the public parking garages nearby, including the garage our building. sure ask about the hours operation the location where you store your bicycle. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) runs bike safety classes and provides information and advocacy for Washington area bicyclists. Their website www.waba.org. Remember obey traffic signals and rules, always wear helmet, wear reflective clothing, use lights night, and bike with care! 

PARKING 

There are currently available parking spots 1801 Street for CFPB employees. you are interested placing your name the waiting list for building parking, contact Stephanie Basham 202-435-7089. Commuters looking for place park can find several public garages within block the office. Some have monthly rates and payment plans available, but drivers should prepared pay cash for day-today parking public garage. 

DRIVING 
From the northeast (Baltimore) 
Take I-95 South I-495 West (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 
From the northwest (Rockville) 
Take I-270 South I-495 East (the Capital Beltway). Take Exit #33, Route 185 South (Connecticut Avenue). Follow Connecticut Avenue into the downtown area. the Dupont Circle traffic circle, exit right onto 19th Street, NW. Turn left Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the south (Richmond) 
Take I-95 North I-395 North. you approach Washington, DC, take the left exit for Route North towards Washington (14th Street). Follow 14th Street into downtown and take left onto Street, NW. Take right onto 20th Street, NW. Take right onto Street, and travel two blocks 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the west (Fairfax) 
Take I-66 East into Washington. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue NW. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW.  
NOTE: I-66 HOV-2 lane during rush hour (Eastbound from 6:30  9:00 a.m. and Westbound from 
4:00  6:30 pm) inside the Capital Beltway (I-495). you are traveling alone, you will want use the following directions: 
Take Route (Arlington Boulevard) East into Washington, DC. Stay straight, and you will Constitution Avenue. Take left onto 18th Street, NW. Follow 18th Street, 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

From the east (Annapolis) 
Take US-50 West into downtown Washington, where will become New York Avenue. Continue past 7th Street, and the Washington Convention Center your right side; bear right onto Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Follow Massachusetts Avenue Dupont Circle. Going right around the circle, exit onto 19th Street, NW. Travel south 19th Street, for three blocks. Take left onto Street, and travel one block 1801 Street, the left. the corner 18th Street, and Street, NW. 

April 2011 

Dear Karen Murrell: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection.  
Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Expert, CN-0301-7A  
Starting Salary:  $76.69 hourly  
Appointment Effective Date:  4/15/2011  
Type Appointment:  Excepted Service Appointment not-to-exceed 10/14/2011  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster (202) 435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work. 
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation. Your First Day 
Please report Felicia Royster 9:00 a.m. Friday, April 15, 2011 1801 Street NW, 

Washington, DC. The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). Please bring two forms ID. One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service 
card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8312. 
Sincerely, 

Dalton Ferrell Human Resources Specialist 

March 18, 2011 
Dear Erie Meyer: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade: Specialist, CN-2210-5C  
Starting Salary:  $118,155.00  
Appointment Effective Date:  3/27/2011  
Type Appointment:  Term Appointment Not-to-Exceed 4/27/2012  
Human Capital Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  (202) 435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety contains important instructions concerning activities you must complete prior your first day work.  
You will occupy position that requires personnel background investigation.  Continued employment subject receipt satisfactory results this investigation.  You will subject one year trial period. 
Prior your First Day 
Please access the CFPB New Employee Orientation website, https://arc.publicdebt.treas.gov/orientation/fscfpborientation.htm under New Employee Orientation, complete all the necessary forms. The purpose this site answer questions you may have regarding working CFPB and supply you with the necessary information and forms order complete your hiring process.  The forms you will need complete are located under the Before You Report link. important that you read all the instructions and bring these completed forms with you your first day work. you not have personal access Internet connected personal computer and printer, please note that most public libraries offer these services. Your First Day 
Your New Employee Orientation session will tentatively held March 28, 2011, 8:30 a.m. 1801 Street NW, Washington, DC.  The closest metro locations this location are Farragut North (red line) and Farragut West (Orange/Blue lines). important that you arrive time. Human Capital Consultant will escort you orientation room 503 the 5th floor. You will need bring two forms identification with you orientation.  One must picture such drivers license, passport, military service card.  The second form identification must social security card, birth certificate, school badge.   
Orientation will begin promptly 8:30 During this session, you will receive important information concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the organizational structure, ethics, security, safety, and benefits election. you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact (304) 480-8519. 

Stephanie Frye Human Resources Specialist 

May 2011 
Dear Shawn Mewhorter: 
Welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Congratulations your recent selection. 

Below pertinent information regarding your job offer: 

Position Title, Series and Grade:  Management and Program Analyst (Privacy), CN-0343-6A  
Starting Salary:  $128,098  
Appointment Effective Date:  5/08/2011  
Type Appointment:  Career  
Human Capital Office Name and Contact:  Felicia Royster  202-435-7193  

Please read this letter its entirety