Some recent retirees from the Clinton administration and Congress who have registered as lobbyists. The list includes their former titles.

ADMINISTRATION:

Anne Bingaman, assistant attorney general for the Antitrust Division, Department of Justice.

Patrick Griffin, White House director of legislative affairs.

Jack Quinn, White House counsel.

Greg Simon, chief domestic policy adviser to Vice President Al Gore.

George Weise, U.S. Customs commissioner.

Harold Ickes, White House deputy chief of staff.

James Blanchard, ambassador to Canada and Michigan governor.

Linda Hall Daschle, deputy administrator, Federal Aviation Administration.

Thomas Donilon, assistant secretary of state for public affairs.

Richard Rosenzweig, former chief of staff, Energy Department.

Lloyd Bentsen, D-Texas, treasury secretary and Senate Finance Committee chairman.

Steve Ricchetti, deputy assistant to the president for legislative affairs.

Elizabeth Rindskopf, general counsel, CIA.

Miriam Nemetz, associate counsel to the president.

Richard Roberts, commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Michael O'Neil, chief of staff, CIA.

John Duffy, counselor to the interior secretary.

Sally Aman, spokeswoman for Tipper Gore, wife of the vice president.

Michael Thomson, tax legislative counsel, Treasury Department.

Dan Tate, special assistant to the president for legislative affairs.

CONGRESS:

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Bob Packwood, R-Ore.

Rep. Harold Ford, D-Tenn.

Rep. Toby Roth, R-Wis.

House Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery, D-Miss.

Rep. Charles Wilson, D-Texas.

Rep. John Bryant, D-Texas.

Rep. Bill Orton, D-Utah.

Rep. Jim Chapman, D-Texas.

Senate Energy Committee Chairman J. Bennett Johnston, D-La.

Rep. Jack Fields, R-Texas.

Rep. Bill Brewster, D-Okla. Philip Moseley, chief of staff, House Ways and Means Committee.

Ann Eppard, chief of staff to House Transportation Committee Chairman Bud Shuster, R-Pa. She is under indictment for allegedly taking $230,000 in illegal payments to influence an $11 billion highway construction project in Boston while she worked for Shuster.

Ed Gillespie, spokesman for House Majority Leader Dick Armey, R-Texas, and the Republican National Committee.

Daniel Meyer, chief of staff for House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga.

Clarkson Hine, spokesman for former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, R-Kan.

Richard May, staff director, House Budget Committee.

John Lundy, chief of staff for Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, R-Miss.

Kenneth Kies, chief of staff, Joint Committee on Taxation.

Charles Kahn, staff director, House Ways and Means Committee.