The headquarters office, located in Boise, is organized into the Directors Office, comprising the executive team, and bureaus representing Department functions: Administration, Fisheries, Wildlife, Law Enforcement, Communications, Human Resources, Information Systems and Engineering. Each bureau is responsible for direction and consistency for programs implemented in the regions by regional staff.
Ed Schriever has worked for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game for 35 years, starting as a fish culturist and moving up through the ranks, serving seven years as the Clearwater Region's Fisheries Manager before becoming Fisheries Bureau Chief in 2008.
Deputy Director - Operations
Scott Reinecker has worked for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game for over 30 years. Scott began his career as a Conservation Officer and has served as Enforcement Assistant Chief, Regional Supervisor in the Southwest Region, and most recently as the Chief of Wildlife. Scott was born and raised in Idaho and is a graduate of the University of Idaho.
Deputy Director - Programs and Policy
Jim Fredericks has worked for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game for 28 years. He was raised near Moscow and attended the University of Idaho, earning an M.S. in Fishery Resources in 1994. He’s served the agency as a Fishery Biologist, Regional Fishery Manager, and most recently as Chief of the Fisheries Bureau.
Deputy Attorney Generals:
Bureau Chief: Michael Pearson
Resource Officer: Gina Hodge
Communications and Marketing
Bureau Chief: Adam Park
Program Manager: Clint Worthington
Bureau Chief: Frank Edelmann
Bureau Chief: Greg Wooten
Bureau Chief: Lance Hebdon
Bureau Chief: Jon Rachael