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Gary Lougee

Lacey Act Staff Officer, Quarantine Policy Analysis and Support

APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine

Mr. Lougee has been working for the Quarantine Policy Analysis and Support (QPAS) division of Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) for the past five years as a program analyst. During that time Mr. Lougee has worked on several pest risk and international trade issues, including the Asian Gypsy Moth program and the most recent Lacey Act Amendment. Prior to coming to the USDA, Mr. Lougee spent two years living in southern Mexico teaching and performing volunteer work. Mr. Lougee attended the University of Maryland, acquiring a degree in GIS with a minor in Spanish Translation.

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Great service. I dropped off my used truck in the morning for a Maryland State Inspection and picked it up at noon. The mechanic was very thorough, checking each of the required elements. They even went as far as to repair one of the elements that failed at no extra charge. Definitely not the same experience as the previous reviewer.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I had a lovely meal tonight at ShabaShabu. I am a sushi novice. This was my first time really trying it out. My waitress (Allie) was amazing. She took the time to walk me through the menu, describe the different options, and make detailed, personalized recommendations. I ended up getting 4 different rolls, each delicious. The Soft-shelled crab roll was delightful. Definitely recommended if you are new to sushi. Pleasant atmosphere, great service, and fantastic food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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