First Name: Kerry
Title: Executive Assistant Director
Education: Mr. Haynes holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from California State University in Los Angeles and advanced degrees in Government and International Relations from Claremont Graduate School in California.
CV: Mr. Haynes joined the federal service in 1980 and was assigned to the Directorate of Science and Technology in 1981. During his early career, he served in 3 of the 4 Agency Directorates in various operational capacities. He has multiple tours as a technical operation's officer and manager serving in various assignments overseas and domestically. In 1989, he became the Chief of Operations for a hostile area special project. In 1991, he was assigned as Chief of a multifaceted operational division chartered with technical support to counterterrorism and select Agency activities. Afterwards, he was appointed as Director of a major operational and engineering facility. Following this assignment, Mr. Haynes served in various capacities managing extensive resources dedicated to technical collection operations, equipment development, and intelligence community partnerships. On February 16, 2004, Director Mueller appointed Kerry E. Haynes as Assistant Director (AD), Operational Technology Division. In this capacity, Mr. Haynes was detailed to the FBI from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Directorate of Science and Technology until August 2, 2005. On August 2, 2005, Mr. Haynes retired from the CIA as the Director of Technical Collection within the Directorate of Science and Technology, after 25 years of service. On August 3, 2005, Mr. Haynes immediately joined the FBI, as AD, Operational Technology Division (OTD). As AD, OTD, he was responsible for providing the vision, leadership, and direction to ensure the operational availability of state-of-the-art technologies, support and expertise necessary to enable and enhance the FBI's investigative efforts, as well as ensuring the application of forensics services related to the collection processing and exploitation of computer, audio and visual media in the Counterintelligence, Counterterrorism, Criminal Investigative and Cyber programs. On July 25 2006, Mr. Haynes was designated Executive Assistant Director, Science and Technology Branch with responsibility for oversight of the Special Technologies and Applications Office, and the Criminal Justice Information Services, Laboratory, and Operational Technology Divisions.
: Mr. Haynes
has received several prestigious Agency awards including the Donovan Award for extensive accomplishments against the counterterrorism
mission, a Certificate of Merit for performance under wartime conditions, and the Distinguished Career Intelligence