You are cordially invited to the
IWP Capitol Hill Speaker Series
featuring a discussion on the topic of
Did 9/11 Save the FBI’s Counterintelligence Program?
with
Professor John J. Quattrocki
Former Senior Executive on the National Security Council Staff

Wednesday, July 31st
12:15 – 1:15 PM

Russell Senate Office Building
2 Constitution Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002
Room: SR-385

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About the Speaker: Professor John J. Quattrocki currently serves as a Vice President at CACI’s National Solutions Group. An expert on U.S. national security, Prof. Quattrocki is retired from the Senior Executive Service with 22 years of operational and policy experience. His work has focused on Russia, the countries of the (former) Warsaw Pact, East Asia, Islamic extremist groups, and domestic terrorist threats.

He has ten years of experience in national security policy development and implementation at the Senior Executive level on the National Security Council staff, where he served as a policy advisor to the National Security Advisor, Dr. Condoleezza Rice, and the NSC. In this role, he worked on counterintelligence policy, intelligence policy for the Global War on Terrorism, intelligence and security policy in homeland security matters, U.S. government policy in matters of classification and declassification, and U.S. intelligence community transformation and re-engineering.

Advance RSVP required. *Lunch provided while supplies last*
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