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FBI Agent Daniel Dubree Named Assist. Dir. Information of Tech. Division

Daniel Dubree/fbi photo

Daniel Dubree/fbi photo

By Allan Lengel
WASHINGTON — Daniel D. Dubree, who has a law degree, has been named assistant director of the FBI’s Information Technology Operations Division, replacing Louis Blazy, who retired.

The FBI said Monday that Dubree will be “responsible for the operations and maintenance of all FBI information technology systems worldwide”.

In emphasizing the importance of the job, FBI Director Robert Mueller III said in a prepared statement.

“Every day, FBI employees all over the world rely on our information technology systems to efficiently and effectively do their jobs. The work of the Information Technology Operations Division is crucial to keeping the FBI ready to serve. Dan brings expertise in both technical and managerial fields to this important position.”

Dubree began his career with the FBI in May 1984 as a computer programmer with the agency’s Technical Services Division. He became a special agent 2 1/2 years later.

His agent career began in the Charlotte Division’s Hickory Resident Agency, the FBI said. Over the years, he bounced around to different offices.

In February 2002, he was promoted to adjudication chief of the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility, Adjudication Unit II., which involved dealing with the misconduct  of FBI employees.

The following year, he was assistant special agent in charge in Dallas. After another stop, he was named assistant director of the FBI’s Information Technology Operation Division in August 2008.

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