Acting Chief
Administrative Officer
Managing Director,
Official Journals of Government

Green assumed the role of Acting Chief Administrative Officer on April 1, 2019. In this capacity, he is responsible for GPO’s Human Capital, Information Technology and Systems, Acquisitions and Administrative Support business units.

In carrying out these functions he also oversees Official Journals of Government business unit which includes: the Office of Congressional Publishing Services, which serves as the liaison for print and electronic product requests between GPO and Congress; the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) Publishing Services, which supports and monitors the administrative and production requirements for all official OFR documents produced by the GPO; and the Congressional Record Index Office, which is responsible for creating an index to the congressional proceedings, bills and resolutions, floor statements, submitted remarks, and all supporting documents that appear in the Congressional Record. Green also oversees GPO’s Continuity of Operations (COOP) plans.


Green became Managing Director of Official Journals of Government in January 2012. Previously, he served as the Director of the Office of Congressional Publishing Services for five years. In that role he worked closely with the Clerk of the House and the Secretary of the Senate to meet the information dissemination needs of Congress. Under Green’s leadership, GPO produced the official materials for the past three presidential inaugurations in 2009, 2013, and 2017 and oversaw the production of essential Congressional work when Washington, D.C. experienced two blizzards in 2010 and an earthquake in 2011. He spent about 15 years in various positions in Congressional Publishing Services prior to becoming director. Green was part of the team in the 1990s that changed the format of viewing and accessing Congressional documents online, making it easier for the public to access and use Congressional information. Green joined GPO in 1991 as a printer proofreader. Prior to coming GPO, Green spent a decade working as an editor for various publications at associations and private sector companies.

He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland in College Park.