Assistant Director Vince Tutoni,
Office of Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs
Vincent Tutoni serves as the Assistant Director for the Office of Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs. In this capacity, he leads the Secret Service’s engagement with Congress, the Department of Homeland Security, and other government partners at the federal, state, and local levels.
Mr. Tutoni has previously been appointed to senior executive positions within the agency. Notably, as the Special Agent in Charge of the Protective Intelligence and Assessment Division (2020-2021), Chief of Staff to the Director (2021-2023) and as the Deputy Assistant Director for the Office of Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs (2023).
Prior to being appointed as a senior executive, Mr. Tutoni served as the Special Agent in Charge of the Office of Communication and Media Relations, where he guided the Secret Service’s public affairs portfolio; Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Presidential Protective Division, where he supervised protective operations for the President and First Family; Resident Agent in Charge and DHS Dual Hat Attaché to U.S. Embassy Tallinn with leadership responsibilities of agency affairs in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine; and as an Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge for the Protective Intelligence and Assessment Division, where he oversaw the evaluation and dissemination of operational intelligence and information that impacted the mission space of the agency.
Throughout his career, he has tenured in seven separate and distinct Secret Service directorates, leaving a positive imprint on agency strategic vision, protective operations, protective intelligence, congressional interaction, public affairs, and transnational criminality.
Mr. Tutoni’s education includes the completion of studies at the American University Key Executive Leadership Program, Washington, DC (2018), Master’s of Science in Teaching – Iona University, New Rochelle, New York (1998) and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the State University of New York in Albany, New York (1996).