John Slattery

Deputy Assistant Director, CounterIntelligence, Federal Bureau of Investigation

John Slattery is a principal at AOOC II, LLC, which provides player screening services for professional sports teams, particularly Major League Baseball franchises. Included in their solutions and services, are innovative ways to extract and analyze ‘behavioral indicators’ from social media and the development of discreet and reliable sources of information to better inform player development efforts and pre-draft decision-making.

Mr. Slattery also operates Specialty Resource Consulting, LLC, which supports various companies and initiatives including:

  • IntePro IQ – a Minnesota-based information security advisory consortium, featuring leading-edge training solutions focused on insider threats and cyber risk mitigation.
  • The Behavioral Assessment Resource (BAR) Group – a Texas-based company which provides classroom and web-based training to public and private sector clients in detecting deception, strategic interviewing and behavioral influence skills.
  • Small, mid-sized and large companies in the greater metropolitan Washington, DC-area who provide contract support to government entities and/or contract security consulting services to the private sector.

From 2008-2013, he served as a senior technical advisor at BAE Systems, a global technology, intelligence and security services corporation. Mr. Slattery supported solution innovation and strategic growth initiatives in LE, homeland security and public safety markets, with a special focus on intelligence integration, information sharing and analytics.

Prior to joining BAE, Mr. Slattery spent more than 30 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), retiring in 2008 as a member of the Senior Executive Service and serving as Deputy Assistant Director for Counterintelligence (CI) within the FBI’s National Security Branch. He had executive oversight of numerous CI operational support programs and platforms; he also chaired boards, committees and national-level working groups which dealt with sensitive techniques and interagency equities as they applied to FBI CI and national security operations around the world.

Mr. John Slattery facilitated sensitive operational relationships between the Bureau and its many community partners throughout his career, to include formal information-sharing engagements with industry and academia. Between 2002 and 2006 he served extended assignments to executive-level management positions within the USIC to include Chief of the Counterespionage Group at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), a position mandated by presidential directive, where he led espionage deterrence efforts and insider threat mitigation issues at the Agency. Mr. Slattery also served as a director in the Office of the National CI Executive (now the National CI and Security Center – part of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence) with oversight of intelligence community espionage damage assessment programs, among other responsibilities.

Mr. Slattery has been featured on CNN, NPR, CBS Sixty Minutes, NBC Nightly News, NBC Today Show, BBC and WTOP Radio and has been quoted by the AP, Time Magazine, Reuters, Security Magazine, New York Times and Washingtonian Magazine.

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