Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS)
Ed Oquendo, District Director
Ed Oquendo was promoted to District Director of the Los Angeles District Office in June of 2013. Under the oversight of a regional director, the OLMS district director is responsible for leading a criminal and civil enforcement program within an assigned jurisdiction, including responsibility to formulate annual office program, budgetary, and administrative operations plans, and monitor and evaluate the program work performed in the assigned field office. He began his career as an investigator with OLMS in 2005, was promoted to lead investigator in 2010, and was promoted to Supervisory Investigator in May 2013. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Psychology from Tufts University, he began his career in public service in 1993 with the New York City Department of Health. In 1998 he moved to the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a Program Specialist, where he investigated fraud and specialized in computer software applications. Mr. Oquendo earned a master’s degree in Public Administration in 2011 from the California State University at Long Beach.
Last Updated: 9-26-18