New US CBP Director for Mid-Atlantic Operations Formally Assumes Command

Former Baltimore teacher and current Annandale, Va., resident Stephen T. Maloney officially assumed command of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Baltimore Field Office during a time-honored ceremony in Baltimore today.

As Director, Maloney leads over 900 employees who are responsible for carrying out the agency’s critical border security mission while enabling lawful international trade and travel through the mid-Atlantic region.

Annually, the Baltimore Field Office processes the admissions of more than six million international passengers and crew aboard commercial, military and private aircraft and vessels, and clears over $100 billion worth of commercial imports and exports at 23 sea and air ports of entry in southern New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

CBP’s Deputy Commissioner Troy A. Miller and CBP’s Office of Field Operations Executive Assistant Commissioner Pete Flores presided during the ceremony. Deputy Commissioner Miller has worked alongside Director Maloney numerous times throughout their careers.