In a moment we'll have all the details. For now, the resume Mr. Inglis presented in 2002 prior to his epic presentation at the Software technology Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah:
Mr.Inglis leads NSA's Directorate of Signals Intelligence Analysis and Production. (ca. 2002)
Major Assignments and Dates/Summary of Earlier Experiences:
- 1999-2001 - Office chief and Target production manager within Operations Directorate
- 1998-1999 - Deputy Office chief within Operations Directorate.
- 1996-1997 - Senior Operations Officer, National Security Operations Center
- 1995-1996 - D/Chief NSA Office of Encryption Policy
- 1992-1995 - Participant in Senior Cryptologic Executive Development Program
Management and staff tours in the
Directorates of Operations, Information Systems Security and Plans and Programs.
- 1991-1992 - Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering,
U.S. Military Academy
(West Point, NY)
- 1986-1991 - Information Security Analyst and Manager up through division level within
NSA's Information Systems Security Directorate.
- 1976-1985 - U.S. Air Force officer and pilot. Mr.Inglis serves as a Colonel in the Air National Guard and is Curerently qualified as a command
pilot in the c130J and serving as the commander 135th Airlift Group - the first USAF unit
equipped with the C130J.
- Past President - NSA International Affairs Institute; Human Resources Management Association.
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