Kevin Landy is an Assistant Director at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Department of Homeland Security, where he leads ICE’s efforts to reform the immigration detention system.
Prior to joining ICE, Mr. Landy served for nearly fourteen years on Senator Joseph Lieberman’s staff on the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, and was the Committee’s Chief Counsel from 2007 to 2010. Mr. Landy was the lead staffer on Senator Lieberman’s “E-Government Act of 2002”, introduced in May of 2001 after an extensive period of consultation with relevant stakeholders. This consultation included the development the prior year of a first-of-its-kind on-line legislative comment tool, a website that sought public comments on 44 possible measures that Congress could take to advance the cause of e-government; nearly 1,000 comments were submitted, by private citizens, academicians, federal employees, and even federal agencies. Successful negotiations with the Administration during the 107th Congress, and subsequent amendments by the House Committee on Government Reform, led to enactment of a revised version of the legislation in December of 2002.