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FBI Facilitates Process of Accessing Records

The FBI on Monday unveiled a revamped website and a new electronic form that will make it easier to obtain certain records. “Our goal is to make the website as user-friendly as possible—to give people more ways to request our records and to explain the process as clearly as we …

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New Assistant Director for FBI Cyber Division

FBI Director Robert Mueller, III has named Gordon Snow the assistant director of the FBI’s Cyber Division. Snow has been working with the FBI since March of 1992, and his most recent position was deputy assistant director of the Cyber Division. Director Mueller said, “Protecting the United States against cyber …

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FBI, NCDF Hotline Effort to Combat Haitian, Chilean Disaster Fraud

Following the earthquake in Haiti, the FBI and the National Center for Disaster Fraud launched a phone hotline for people to report suspected fraud associated with relief efforts. Now, the two agencies have joined forces again to identify similar fraud activity emerging from the Chilean earthquake disaster. The National Center …

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Kimberly J. Del Greco

FBI Section Chief for Biometric Services Kimberly J. Del Greco has been a leader in identity management and interoperability on several interagency committees, including those involving the National Counterterrorism Center and the National Science and Technology Council. Del Greco represents the FBI in a global Interpol automated-fingerprinting expert group, and …

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FBI Cyber ‘Point Man’ Will Now Head D.C. Field Office

The FBI’s top cybersecurity official will now head the FBI’s DC field office, one of the most highly-profiled divisions of the FBI. The D.C. field office frequently examines members of Congress, foreign and domestic espionage, as well as international terrorism. A spokeswoman for the FBI D.C. field office, Katherine Schweit, …

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