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Management & Administration

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Management and Administration includes professional managers and mission support staff who make the ICE mission possible.

Management and Administration oversees ICE's budget, expenditures, accounting and finance, procurement, human resources and personnel, workforce recruitment, equal employment opportunity, information technology systems, facilities, property and equipment needs. In addition, Management and Administration identifies and tracks the agency's performance measurements.

Among Management and Administration's vital contributions to the ICE mission are the following:

  • Provides a solid integrated information technology infrastructure.
  • Leads a dynamic human capital program that includes aggressive recruitment endeavors.
  • Executes sound and cost-effective financial management policies, standards and systems.
  • Establishes acquisition strategies and oversight of procurement activities and contracts.

In addition, Management and Administration ensures collaboration with internal stakeholders to increase diversity, guarantees timely responses to Freedom of Information Act requests and supports the agency's training needs.


Management and Administration coordinates ICE's administrative and managerial functions to address the needs of the ICE mission, while helping to guide the dynamic growth and future of the agency.

Bill Weinberg, Director and Head of Contracting Activity (HCA)
Bill Weinberg
Director and Head of Contracting Activity (HCA)

Bill Weinberg is the Head of the Contracting Activity for the U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Washington, D.C.

He brings to this position over 27 years of federal acquisition experience which includes over 13 years of leadership experience in procurement operations. Mr. Weinberg began his professional acquisition career with the Department of the Navy at the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). He served as the Contracting Officer for several major weapon systems, procuring complex systems and services for the naval fleet, for almost 22 years. While at NAVSEA, he awarded the Navy's first multiple award contracts for the portal-based electronic procurement system known as SeaPort, with a potential ceiling of $14.5 billion, which represented a major innovation in the approach to procuring engineering and support services for the Navy enterprise.

Mr. Weinberg joined the ICE Office of Acquisition Management in 2007, serving first as the Assistant Director for Detention Management, and then as Deputy Director and Acting Head of Contracting Activity. He was instrumental in advancing detention reform initiatives and maturing the acquisition of critical information technology enhancements. He gained a reputation for building coalitions both internally and externally.

In 2012 Mr. Weinberg was selected to the Senior Executive Service as the Director, Office of Procurement, US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). While at USPTO he improved industry outreach and enhanced training for Contracting Officer Representatives (CORs).

Mr. Weinberg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Organization Management from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Finance and Commerce. He is a graduate of the ICE Fellows Program for Executive Leadership Training offered through Johns Hopkins University.