Cabinet of President Jimmy Carter


Cabinet of President Jimmy Carter

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Cabinet of President Jimmy Carter
January 20, 1977-January 20, 1981
State Cyrus Vance (Vance, Cyrus)
Edmund Sixtus Muskie (from May 8, 1980)
Treasury Werner Michael Blumenthal
George William Miller (from August 6, 1979)
Defense Harold Brown
Attorney General Griffin Boyette Bell
Benjamin Richard Civiletti (from August 16, 1979)
Interior Cecil Dale Andrus
Agriculture Robert Selmer Bergland
Commerce Juanita Morris Kreps
Philip Morris Klutznick (from January 9, 1980)
Labor Fred Ray Marshall
Health, Education, and Welfare* Joseph Anthony Califano, Jr.
Patricia Roberts Harris (Harris, Patricia Roberts) (from August 3, 1979)
Health and Human Services* Patricia Roberts Harris (Harris, Patricia Roberts) (from September 27, 1979)
Housing and Urban Development Patricia Roberts Harris (Harris, Patricia Roberts)
Moon Landrieu (from September 24, 1979)
Transportation Brockman Adams
Neil Edward Goldschmidt (from September 24, 1979)
Energy** James Rodney Schlesinger (from October 1, 1977)
Charles William Duncan, Jr. (from August 24, 1979)
Education* Shirley Mount Hufstedler (from December 6, 1979)
*Department of Health, Education, and Welfare reorganized into Departments of Health and Human Services and Education.
**Newly created department.
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