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Regis (Reg) D. Heitchue

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Mr. Heitchue is a consultant and recognized expert in the fields of foreign intelligence and national security. He began his career with the Boeing Company where he did engineering work on early ballistic missile and space programs. In 1974 he joined the CIA's Directorate of Intelligence as an intelligence analyst and later transferred to CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology (DS&T) where he managed advanced intelligence collection programs and laid the foundations for major new national intelligence capabilities. He is credited with the conception of a highly unique intelligence collection system. He retired from the CIA Senior Intelligence Service having held many senior leadership and management positions throughout his career. During his agency career, he worked extensively with all elements of U.S. intelligence and is recognized for having fostered and facilitated a collaborative work environment in the Intelligence Community. Throughout his CIA career he received numerous monetary and other awards for exceptional performance. He has been awarded the CIA Intelligence Medal of Merit, and the Intelligence Community Seal Medallion. He also received the National Reconnaissance's Office's Distinguished Service Gold Medal.

Following his retirement from the CIA Senior Intelligence Service in 2000, he worked as a private consultant for the National Reconnaissance Office, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the CIA, the Assistant Director of Central Intelligence for Collection (ADCI/C), and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. As a consultant, he participated in and led a number of influential panels and studies of intelligence programs and activities that shaped the course of U.S. intelligence. He is an adjunct faculty for the Texas A&M University Bush School of Government & Public Service where since 2008 he has taught the graduate-level courses Technical Collection Systems for International Security as well as The Role of Intelligence in Security Affairs. He is an engineering graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with graduate study in business administration and engineering at UCLA and Ohio State University.

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