FBI deputy director to retire

FBI deputy director to retire

FBI deputy director Robert Bryant will retire from the bureau Nov. 30 after 31 years of service.

Director Louis J. Freeh lauded Bryant's leadership in writing and implementing the FBI's five-year plan, which establishes a new strategy for handling information.

Bryant joined the FBI as a special agent in 1968.

He advanced through the ranks to serve as supervisor in the FBI Headquarters Criminal Investigation and Records Management Division, among other posts. He was appointed deputy director in 1997.

Bryant will become chief executive officer of the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Chicago.

NICB is a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating insurance-related crime.

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