The FBI announced last week that David Schlendorf will serve as the new assistant director of the Resource Planning Office, where he will lead the formulation and execution of enterprise-wide performance management and strategic planning efforts.
Schlendorf joined the agency in 2003 as a special adviser to the chief financial officer and worked on a range of business process improvement and performance management initiatives. Two years later, he was assigned to the Office of the Executive Assistant Director for Administration, where he continued working on business process improvement initiatives. He also focused on a range of human-capital initiatives.
Beginning in 2006, Schlendorf was a special adviser for the associate deputy director, mainly working on the implementation of a new strategic-planning process. In recognition of his role with the conceptualization and launch of several business process re-engineering, human capital and strategic planning initiatives, he was named deputy resource planning officer in 2007. Most recently, he served as acting assistant director of the Resource Planning Office.
Before joining the FBI, Schlendorf was an associate with The Beacon Group in New York City and an analyst with Bowles, Hollowell, Conner & Co. in Charlotte, N.C.