Andrew McCabe, formerly associate deputy director at FBI, has been named the new deputy director of the bureau.
McCabe will succeed Mark Giuliano, who has retired after a 28-year service with the bureau, and will be responsible for FBI’s domestic and international investigative and intelligence affairs, FBI said Friday.
“Andy’s 19 years of experience, combined with his vision, judgment, and ability to communicate make him a perfect fit for this job,” said FBI Director James Comey.
McCabe started his FBI career with the New York field office in 1996, with responsibility for organized crime investigations.
He also held roles within the counterterrorism division, the national security branch and the Washington field office.