SSgt GG-15 RET Jim Lint

SSgt GG-15 RET Jim Lint

Dates of Service: Nov 1975 - Feb 1998
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Retired Sep 2014 from (GG15) Director of G2/Intelligence, US Army Communications Electronic Command, federal civil service. Retired military, 7 years US Marine Corps, 14 years US Army. Retired Counterintelligence Special Agent. Received Intelligence Community Joint Duty Assignment Credit. Author of two books ​NEW Book Co-Authored with Dr. Anna Lint, “8 Eyes on Korea, A Travel Perspective of Seoul, Korea.” All proceeds go to charity for scholarships. “Leadership and Management Lessons Learned' ​A Book of Management Vignettes.” See Amazon Author Page: ​

Military Experiences

Feb 2008 - Aug 2014
G2, Director of Intelligence and Security
Serves as the G2 Director Intelligence and Security, CECOM LCMC (GG-15) providing threat based security and intelligence support to Team C4ISR members and technology. I was the first G-Staff director to move full time to APG due to BRAC. This organization focuses on Communication and Electronic threats and security for full life cycle development, fielding and de-milling. DCIPS Transition Manager for 70 employees. Supv 29 employees, with 68 security mgrs. Responsible for industrial security for $14Billion in government contract. Manages the production of Systems Threat Assessment Reports (STARs) which are 200+ page reports on intelligence threats to new technology. Responsible for protecting classified material in a 7,400 person organization with personnel in 26 countries.
Sep 2006 - Feb 2008
Deputy Director, Safeguard and Security Division
Served as Senior Security Specialist/Deputy Director, Safeguard & Security Division, Office of Science, Department of Energy, GS-14/2. Conducted line management security functions and served as a security and counterintelligence advisor to the Under Secretary of Science, DOE. I was responsible for security at 11 national laboratories. I oversaw a $71,000,000 budget for security operations at key DOE Science laboratories. Attended OMB Final Budget Brief for FY 08 Office of Science Security Budget. I worked from start to finish on the Corporate Program Review (CPR) submission for the FY09 $81million budget for the DOE Office of Science, Safeguards and Security Budget. This budget spanned all National Laboratories under the Office of Science, safeguarding 10 National Labs
Nov 2005 - Sep 2006
Chief, Collection Analysis Team/Dep Dir Requirements Group
I created a new branch and served as the first Dept of Homeland Security Chief of the Collection Analysis Team/Collection Mgt, GS-14. Managed analysts and collection analysts drafting cables/message and memoranda, and participate on diverse committees and working groups. Also, in addition to my Branch Chief duties, I was the Deputy for Requirements Group (RG) managing both government and contract employees. I attended the National Intelligence Collection Board (NICB) on multiple topics. During this time, I was a shadow analyst with the CIA CAG at CIA HQ. I attended a CIA University course. I have assessed CIA software, procedures and sponsored a detailee to work in my section. I am listed in the Director National Intelligence Analytic Resource Catalog (ARC).
Aug 2004 - Nov 2005
Lead Cyber Intelligence Analyst
Served as GS-13 Lead Cyber Intelligence Analyst at Dept of Homeland Security. Created analysis products reviewed personally by POTUS. Coordinated frequent analysis products through a 27 step vetting process at Dept of Homeland Security (DHS) and external agencies to include with White House staff. I was sole representative for DHS at Quadrennial Intelligence Community Review on Counterintelligence hosted at NCIX. Also, was sole representative for DHS at the National HUMINT Priorities Framework for Cyber espionage. Daily, I attended the Asst Secretary level I&A Morning Executive Brief on current intelligence. Major duties performed in this position include: applying an expert knowledge of cyber/hacker tactics, technical expertise in hacker technology. Promoted to GS-14.


(8 years, 4 months)
Jan 2000 - Jul 2004
South korea
South Korea
This was a Civil Service tour, Deputy S2, 1st SIG Bde. GG-0080-12. Broadened my experience and helped me achieve GG-0132-15. G2 of CECOM. (As a civilian, I held that position for 6 years.)
Aug 1996 - Aug 1997
South korea
Dec 1994 - Jun 1995
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Chief of HAT in the JOSE, J2 for Cuban Boatlift.
Nov 1987 - Nov 1988
South korea

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Nov 1975 - Jan 1976


US Marine Corps Infantry Training School

Individual & Special Skill Schools


Defense Against Methods of Entry


Sep 1983

Instructor Qualified "H"

Security Clearance
Prefer not to say

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees