Mr. James R. Lint, Chairman and CEO of the Lint Center, served in the United States military for over 20 years, in both the U.S. Marine Corps (7 years) and U.S. Army (14 years). He spent four years as a Marine Counterintelligence specialist and nearly 15 years as an Army Counterintelligence Special Agent. Lint has expertise in counterintelligence, cyber security and information assurance, terrorism and counterterrorism, human intelligence collection and prevention, as well as low-intensity asymmetric warfare.
Mr. James R. Lint was appointed as the Director, Intelligence and Security (G2), US Army Communications Electronics Command in February 2008 and retired in September 2014 at Aberdeen Proving Ground. As the G2, he has direct responsibility for management of the G2 Office. The mission of the G2 Office is to provide command-wide staff support for the functional areas of Security Management, Intelligence Threat, Special Security, and Technology Protection. Awarded Intelligence Community Joint Duty Assignment Credit.
Prior to his appointment as the G2, Mr. Lint served as the Deputy Director for Safeguards & Security, Office of Science, for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). While at the DOE, Mr. Lint ushered through Congress two budgets and oversaw 10 national laboratories security operations with an annual Safeguards and Security budget of $81 million.
Previously, Mr. Lint served at Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Intelligence and Analysis where he was initially the lead cyber intelligence analyst and later the Chief of the Collection Analysis Team.
Throughout his career, Lint spent considerable time in overseas theaters including postings to Cuba, Europe & the Mediterranean, as well as numerous tours in Korea. Additionally, he spent several years as a government contractor, supporting the Army’s Intelligence and Security Command for Systems Test and Evaluation at Fort Belvoir, Va. Shortly thereafter, as part of a Civil Service assignment, he spent nearly 5 years as the Deputy Director for Intelligence & Security with the 1st Signal Brigade in Yongsan, Seoul, Korea.
More recently, Lint spent 2 years in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Intelligence and Analysis, and he served for almost 2 years, as Deputy Director for Safeguards & Security, Office of Science, for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). While at the DOE, Lint ushered through Congress two budgets and oversaw 10 national laboratories security operations with an annual Safeguards and Security budget of $81 million.
James Lint’s personal decorations and accommodations include: the DOE Superior Performance Award, the DHS Performance award, the Joint Meritorious Achievement Award, the Humanitarian Service Medal, the Korea Defense Medal and 5 Meritorious Service Medal’s.
Mr. Lint has an M.B.A. with a concentration in Information Technology Management, from Touro University International, and has written extensively on counterintelligence, military intelligence, and Korea. He has written three books on topics ranging from Management, Korea, and Federal Employment.
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Co-Authored with Dr. Anna Lint, “8 Eyes on Korea, A Travel Perspective of Seoul, Korea.” Multiple perspectives of Korea from both Americans and Koreans. FEB 2016 Release. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BAEVN7I All proceeds go to charity. Great contributors!
2017 Book: Secrets to Getting a Federal Government Job https://www.amazon.com/Secrets-Getting-Federal-Government-Job-ebook/dp/B01MZEZL0Z All proceeds go to charity.
“Leadership and Management Lessons Learned: A Book of Management Vignettes.” See http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00G04EG1E. ALL proceeds will go to charity.
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