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Gregory Cox to Head FBI Counterintelligence Division

Gregory D. Cox, a 22-year FBI veteran and formerly chief of global counterintelligence operations, has been appointed to head the counterintelligence division at the bureau’s Washington field office. He started his FBI career in March 1991 as a special agent focused on criminal enterprise, gangster and illegal drug activities, the …

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Carl Ghattas Appointed FBI Counterterrorism Division Lead

Carl Ghattas, formerly a deputy assistant director in the Directorate of Intelligence at FBI Headquarters, has been named counterterrorism division lead at FBI’s Washington office. Ghattas served as chief of the strategic operations section in August 2011 after working to help realign the counterterrorism division’s structure and functions at the …

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Omnibus Could Change Some Chinese Supply Chain Restrictions

Lawmakers have included language in a fiscal year 2014 “omnibus” spending bill that would change some supply chain regulations for four agencies regarding purchases from China, FCW reported Tuesday. Adam Mazmanian writes the rules, if the bill passes, keeps some limits in place on IT gear purchases from contractors owned or subsidized …

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GSA Seeks Site Proposals for FBI New HQ

The General Services Administration is looking for a new location that would function as a consolidated headquarters for the FBI. Landowners in the District of Columbia and neighboring counties have been asked to submit proposals for the new site and GSA will accept submissions through Dec. 17. “GSA seeks to …

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Andrew McCabe Appointed FBI Natl Security Branch Lead

Andrew McCabe, a 17-year FBI veteran and formerly assistant director of the counterterrorism division, has been promoted to executive assistant director of the bureau’s national security branch. McCabe was certified by the national intelligence director as a senior intelligence officer in 2010 and received the FBI Director’s Award in 2009 for his …

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