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FBI Counterterrorism (CT): Vacancies Have Declined, but FBI Has Not Assessed the Long-Term Sustainability of Its Strategy for Addressing Vacancies
David C. Maurer (au)
Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the FBI established CT as its top investigative priority. Since 2001, the FBI has hired thousands of additional staff, increasing its total workforce by 38%. In particular, the FBI has increased both the size and the role of its HQ counterterrorism div. (CTD). In 2005, the FBI reported that nearly 40% of staff positions in certain parts of CTD were vacant, raising concerns about the FBIäó»s ability to fulfill its most important mission. This report reviewed FBI CTD vacancies, and discusses: (1) the extent to which CT vacancies existed at FBI HQ since 2005 and the reasons for the vacancies; and (2) the impact of the strategies implemented by the FBI to address these vacancies. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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