Daniel Tanciar serves as the Deputy Executive Director, Policy, Program Analysis, and Evaluation, Office of Field Operations (OFO), Washington, D.C. In this role, Mr. Tanciar leads Entry/Exit Transformation, Program Management and Shared Services, Strategic Transformation, and Communication Management.
Mr. Tanciar most recently served as the Director of Travel and Tourism Initiatives and lead business sponsor for the CBP Mobile Program. The Travel and Tourism Initiatives office was created to support ideas and programs that improve all aspects of the international arrivals process. The CBP Mobile Program brings law enforcement query capability to agents and officers in a variety of operational environments.
Mr. Tanciar was previously the Acting Chief of Staff for CBP’s Office of Field Operations (OFO). As the Chief of Staff for OFO, he was responsible for supporting the Assistant Commissioner in carrying out OFO’s vital mission of guarding our nation’s borders. Immediately prior to becoming Acting Chief of Staff, Mr. Tanciar was the Director of the Immigration Advisory Program (IAP) which is an essential part of CBP’s pre-departure screening strategy. Mr. Tanciar has previously served as the Adjutant to the Commissioner of CBP and as a Program Manager working on Trusted Traveler Programs such as Global Entry and NEXUS.
Mr. Tanciar began his career as a CBP officer in Detroit, MI in 2003, before moving to headquarters in Washington, D.C. in 2007. Mr. Tanciar was born in Detroit, MI, and currently resides in Washington, D.C.