DHS Calendars for Senior Officials from 2018

Calendars from the Department of Homeland Security for Elaine Duke, Claire Grady, Chad Wolf, Elizabeth Neumann, and two conference rooms. These calendars span January to May 2018.

Records received in April and September 2019

Records received November 2019

Records received in from February to April 2020

Records received from May to July 2020

Records received from June to October 2020
In these records: Documents received in April and September 2019

Page 34: Chad Wolf summary of calendar entries from Jan. 18 to May 2, 2018

Page 44: Former Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke scheduler’s summary of calendar entries from Jan. 18 to May 6, 2018  

Page 75: Former DHS Undersecretary Claire Grady summary of calendar entries from Jan. 15 to May 6, 2018

Page 1,262: Claire Grady calendar from Jan. 20 to April 30, 2018

Chad Wolf Calendar Entries from Jan. 22 to April 20, 2018

Page 1,288: “Immigration Reform Meeting” on Jan. 29, 2018

Page 1,358: Phone call with Secretary Betsy DeVos on Feb. 2, 2018

Page 1,409: Meeting with Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, President Donald Trump, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Feb. 20, 2018

Page 1,412: Phone call with DHS officials Joseph Maher and Dimple Shah on “Election Integrity” on Feb. 20, 2018

Page 1,423: Phone call with Secretary Jim Mattis and Nielsen regarding “transgender policy” on Feb. 22, 2018

Page 1,537: Phone call “on immigration” with Stephen Miller and other officials on March 6, 2018

Page 1,573: Phone call with Border Patrol official Ryan Scudder on March 15, 2018, about “Separating Children and Families,” specifically “the fingerprinting component” 

Page 1,583: Family separation issue “Hill Prep” meeting on March 18, 2018

Page 1,612: March 22, 2018, meeting with Chief of Staff Kelly and Stephen Miller to discuss the omnibus appropriations for the fiscal year 

Page 1,621: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia–United States Partnership Gala Dinner on March 22, 2018 

Page 1,646: Meeting “to discuss the border wall” with Secretary Mattis on March 28, 2018

Page 1,653: “Policy time – Border Security” with President Trump, Kelly, Nielsen, Don McGahn and Stephen Miller on March 28, 2018 

Page 1,657: March 29, 2018, conference call “re: Border Wall / Immigration Action Item Update” with Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan, Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan, USCIS Director Francis Cissna, as well as DHS officials John Mitnick, James McCament, and Jonathan Hoffman

Page 1,677: “Prep: Wall Press Conference” on March 30, 2018

Page 1,756: “National Guard / Catch & Release Reports” meeting on April 9, 2018, with Cissna, Homan, McAleenan, and others

Page 1,791: April 13, 2018, phone call on HHS memorandum of understanding

Page 1,832: April 20, 2018, meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions “on ending catch and release”

Elaine Duke Calendar Entries from Jan. 20 to April 27, 2018

Page 340: “Border Wall Interagency Taskforce Meeting” on March 9, 2018, including Ryan Scudder, John Mitnick, Kevin McAleenan and representatives from multiple agencies. 

Page 342: March 9, 2018, “DNA Briefing” with Elaine Duke, DHS official Kate Nichols, and Ryan Scudder

Page 468: Border wall follow-up meeting on April 3, 2018

Page 480: Agenda for “Alien Detention / Southern Border Discussion” phone call on April 5, 2018, including Cissna, Homan, and McAleenan

Assistant Secretary Elizabeth Neumann Calendar Entries from Jan. 22 to April 30, 2018

Page 1,171: Meeting on “Refugee Resettlement” on April 4, 2018

Page 1,260: “Report on Refugee Admissions” meeting on April 30, 2019

Documents received in February and March 2020

Executive Secretary Scott Krause Calendar Entries from Jan. 24 to July 31, 2017

Pages 400-402: On July 13, 2017, an individual (whose name is redacted) emailed Assistant Secretary for Threat Prevention and Security Policy Elizabeth Neumann (copying another unidentified individual and DHS Executive Secretary Scott Krause) to request clearance on a response to then-South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy and the House Oversight Committee, who had requested the USCIS immigration file (A-file) of a person whose name was also redacted.