Mr. Majauskas, a member of the Senior Executive Service, serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Enforcement. He is responsible for investigative and compliance activities directed primarily at enforcing national security and foreign policy objectives focused on sensitive exports to hostile entities, terrorists and state sponsors of terrorism, and prohibited foreign boycotts. He oversees a highly specialized cadre of export enforcement Special Agents, analysts, and support personnel located at the U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington, DC, nine domestic field offices, and at locations abroad in the United Arab Emirates, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, and Russia.

Prior to assuming duties as the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Mr. Majauskas served in a variety of senior executive positions within the Legislative Branch. They included, Assistant Sergeant at Arms for the United States Senate with responsibility for continuity and emergency preparedness operations, Director of the Office of Emergency Management and Director of the Office of Plans, Operations and Homeland Security for the United States Capitol Police and Chief of Staff for the Chief of the United States Capitol Police.

Mr. Majauskas retired from the United States Army as a Military Police Colonel after nearly 30 years of experience in leading highly successful law enforcement and security operations both domestically and internationally. He commanded at all levels from company to brigade and served in numerous law enforcement positions as a military police operations officer, deputy provost marshal, provost marshal and as the deputy chief of staff for the Army Criminal Investigations Command. His military career culminated as the Senior Department of Defense Liaison Officer to the Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Department of Justice.

Mr. Majauskas is a native of Watertown, Connecticut. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Public Administration from Golden Gate University.

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