Trump Administration Department-Level PAS Appointment Snapshot (as of 7/30 at 9:44 am)

Number of Tracked Positions

Official Nomination Awaiting Action by the Senate

Confirmed

Positions Filled

Percent of Positions with a Nomination in Process or Filled

Percent of Positions Filled

 

Department of Justice

29

4

11

10

48%

34%

 

Department of the Treasury

31

6

12

11

55%

35%

 

Department of the Interior

17

2

8

8

59%

47%

 

Environmental Protection Agency

13

2

7

6

62%

46%

 

Central Intelligence Agency

3

0

3

2

67%

67%

 

Department of State

181

42

86

85

70%

47%

 

Department of Transportation

21

6

9

9

71%

43%

 

Department of Homeland Security

17

2

12

10

71%

59%

 

Department of Veterans Affairs

12

1

10

8

75%

67%

 

Department of Education

15

1

11

11

80%

73%

 

Department of Agriculture

13

5

6

6

85%

46%

 

Office of Management and Budget

7

1

5

5

86%

71%

 

Department of Energy

23

6

14

14

87%

61%

 

Department of Defense

59

10

44

44

92%

75%

 

Department of Labor

14

6

7

7

93%

50%

 

Department of Health and Human Services ⁸

17

4

13

12

94%

71%

 

Department of Commerce

21

6

14

14

95%

67%

 

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

6

3

3

3

100%

50%

 

Department of Housing and Urban Development

13

4

9

9

100%

69%

 

Small Business Administration

4

1

3

3

100%

75%

 

United States Trade Representative

4

0

4

4

100%

100%

Note. We track full-time, executive branch positions, excluding: career ambassadors nominated by President Obama and currently occupying a post, part-time positions, U.S. attorneys, and U.S. Marshals and termed positions that aren’t currently vacant. As termed positions and career ambassadorships become vacant, we update the tracker accordingly

Rachel Brand was confirmed to be the Associate Attorney General of the Department of Justice, but then resigned, leaving the  role needing to be filled again

Drew Maloney was confirmed to be the Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs of the Department of Treasury but resigned, leaving the role needing to be filled again

Scott Pruitt was confirmed to be the EPA Administrator, but resigned, leaving the role to be filled again

⁴ Michael Pompeo was confirmed to be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, but then was announced as the next Secretary of State, leaving the director role to be filled once again

⁵ Rex Tillerson and I. Steven Goldstein were both confirmed for positions in the State Department but have left their posts. John J. Sullivan received one nomination to fill two roles within the State Department. This is why the "Confirmed" and "Filled" counts are different.

⁶ John F. Kelly was confirmed to be the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, but then became the chief of staff of the White House, leaving the secretary role to be filled again

⁷ David Shulkin was confirmed to be the Secretary and Thomas Bowman was confirmed as the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs but both have resigned, leaving the roles to be filled again

⁸ Tom Price was confirmed to be the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, but resigned, leaving the secretary role to be filled again