Canbridge Global Advisors adds DHS, Air Force vet as principal

Washington-based national security consulting firm Cambridge Global Advisors has added former Homeland Security Department executive Francis X. Taylor to its leadership team.

Taylor has joined CGA as a principal and senior adviser after three years as undersecretary for intelligence and analysis at DHS, where he oversaw the department's office of intelligence and analysis.

He is also a 31-year Air Force veteran who retired from the military in 2001 at the rank of brigadier general and held leadership roles for counterintelligence and security operations in service.

His post-retirement career in civil service included time as assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security and counterterrorism coordinator for the State Department.

More recently, he held the chief security officer role at General Electric prior to his DHS appointment.

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