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Marcel Lettre Nominated for Defense Intell Undersecretary Post

Marcel Lettre
Marcel Lettre

Marcel Lettre, acting defense undersecretary for intelligence since May, has been nominated to serve in the role on a full-time basis, the White House said Wednesday.

Lettre also currently serves as principal deputy undersecretary for intelligence, a role he started in October 2013.

He previously was a special assistant to the defense secretary from 2011 to 2013 after two years as principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for legislative affairs.

He was also a professional staff member of the House Intelligence Committee and a senior policy analyst with the Congress-established Deutch Commission.

Lettre has worked in the private sector as an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton and a senior staff assistant in the office of the president of American University.

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