Andrew Hallman, a more than three-decade intelligence community veteran, has been appointed principal executive at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. ODNI said Wednesday that Hallman will assume the duties of the principal deputy director of national intelligence until the Senate confirms a presidential nominee for the position.
Hallman most recently served as deputy director for digital innovation at the CIA, where he oversaw digital and cyber integration efforts across the agency’s mission areas. He also held a deputy director role at ODNI and served as an intelligence briefer to the president earlier in his career.
According to acting DNI Joseph Maguire, Hallman’s IC experience is “ tremendously valuable as our nation faces a dynamic range of current and future global threats.”
Hallman holds a master’s degree in international affairs from the American University and a bachelor’s degree in public affairs management from Michigan State University.