The Director of the United States Secret Service is the head of the United States Secret Service and is appointed by, and serves at the pleasure of the President of the United States and reports to the Secretary of Homeland Security, operating with the general directions thereof.

The Director of the Secret Service was Lynne Jacobs until her death in the London Siege. She was succeeded by David Gentry. After he retired, President Allan Trumbull promoted Mike Banning to take Gentry's place.

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