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Carl A. Provencher

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Employment History

Education

  • MA degree , international relations
    Georgetown University
  • BS degree , international relations
    U.S. Military Academy
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About iJET
www.ijet.com, 21 June 2002 [cached]
Carl ProvencherDirector of Security Intelligence & liaison for the SIB boardCarl joined iJET in November2000 after most recently serving as Director of Intelligence and International Consulting for Air Security International and Deputy Chief for International Security at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).He is a retired US Army Intelligence Officer, Counterintelligence Special Agent, Strategic Analyst and Foreign Area Officer, having been assigned to senior positions on the Army Intelligence Staff in the Pentagon, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and in the Defense Attaché System as an Attaché in Paris and Kinshasa.He holds an M.A. degree in International Relations and Area Studies from Georgetown University and a B.S. degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY.Carl brings 25 years of international security skills and experience in over 80 countries. email
Travel Industry Board (TIB)
Travel and Transport
www.tandt.com, 28 Sept 2001 [cached]
Carl Provencher, director of travel safety at Annapolis, Md.-based iJet Travel Intelligence, said his company, which provides pre-trip advisories for international corporate travelers, has been proactive in educating travel counselors about what tips they should give to travelers.One such tip Provencher recommends is learning basic phrases in the native language so travelers can communicate that they feel threatened or think they are lost.Provencher also recommends that travelers don't talk much in public places, especially about subjects such as politics and religion.
In particular, he said travelers headed for Middle Eastern countries should be careful what they say in restaurants and other public areas.Travelers, especially executives, also shouldn't talk about their itinerary in public, he said.Such information could make them targets at the airport or could inform a thief when a hotel room is unoccupied.Provencher recommends keeping passports and valuables in a hotel safe.Provencher urges travelers to carry photocopies of their passport.An embassy will be able to get a replacement passport quicker if the traveler has a copy.
When business travelers have some downtime to explore a foreign city, they should dress to blend in. Wearing a cap with a baseball team logo or a college T-shirt is a bad idea, Provencher said.Women traveling to Middle Eastern countries should especially be aware of certain customs, he noted.
Air Routing International Opens Washington, DC Satellite Office
www.ar-group.com, 22 Mar 1999 [cached]
Headed by Carl A. Provencher, this office will provide security services to multi-national corporations, international and non-government organizations, government agencies, and private clients, while specializing in contingency planning, crisis management, emergency evacuation, and security initiatives overseas.This appointment concludes a year-long search for a security expert to expand Air Security's international coverage.
Carl Provencher, Air Security's new director of international consulting and services, has an exceptional reputation in the area of security consulting.He joins Air Security after five years with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he played a key role in the creation of its international security program that has been cited as a model to emulate by the international security community.Highlights of Carl's security career with the IMF include: conducting numerous successful emergency evacuations of Fund employees and their families from hostile environments, developing threat databases for over 200 countries in 50 functional security areas, and expanding the IMF's security coverage to all of its more than 70 overseas posts.
"We knew that expansion was both a necessity and a reality for our continued success.Carl's history shows that he knows how to drive a security organization's growth and uncover strategic opportunities.
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Prior to his time at the IMF, Carl served as a military intelligence officer for 20 years, capping his career as a military attaché at multiple overseas posts for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).Multi-lingual, Provencher is thoroughly familiar with the international environment -- having lived and served throughout Europe, Africa, and the Former Soviet Union, and conducting vulnerability assessments and threat surveys in over 40 countries.
"Air Security is the recognized leader in the industry and has established a tremendous reputation in the travel security niche.With deteriorating personal and physical security conditions throughout the world, Air Security is now expanding its operations to further address the needs of industry and agencies, and is strategically positioning itself to provide expert counsel for the safety of their employees around the globe.We look forward to addressing the particular concerns of domestic and foreign clients headquartered on the east coast from our new office in Reston, Virginia," said Provencher.
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www.airsecurity.com, 19 Oct 2000 [cached]
Carl ProvencherDirector, Intelligence andInternational Consulting
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Carl ProvencherDirector of Intelligence and International Consulting
Carl Provencher is Air Security's Director of Intelligence and International Consulting.Overseeing our Washington, DC office, Carl provides security services to multi-national corporations, international and non-government organizations, government agencies, and private clients, while specializing in contingency planning, crisis management, emergency evacuation, and security initiatives overseas.
He joins Air Security after five years with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he played a key role in the creation of its international security program that has been cited as a model to emulate by the international security community.Highlights of Carl's security career with the IMF include : conducting numerous successful emergency evacuations of Fund employees and their families from hostile environments, developing threat databases for over 200 countries in 50 functional security areas, and expanding the IMF's security coverage to all of its more than 70 overseas posts.
Prior to his time at the IMF, Carl served as a military intelligence officer for 20 years, capping his career as a military attaché at multiple overseas posts for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).Multi-lingual, Provencher is thoroughly familiar with the international environment -- having lived and served throughout Europe, Africa, and the Former Soviet Union, and conducting vulnerability assessments and threat surveys in over 40 countries.He holds a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from Georgetown University in Washington, DC and is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Oil and Gas Online: Digital Marketplace for the oil and gas exploration and production industry
www.oilandgasonline.com, 14 Feb 1999 [cached]
By Carl A. Provencher, Air Security International
Risky Business Around the World
ASEAN : During the annual meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), member countries pledged to seek greater cooperation with China, Japan, and South Korea.ASEAN plus three will be the new title of the group.The organization is currently composed of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.During the meeting, the nations also reaffirmed their support for Indonesia maintaining its territorial integrity and national unity, pointing to increased unrest in many provinces throughout the archipelago.
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Carl Provencher is the Director of Intelligence and International Consulting with Air Security International (ASI), headquartered in Houston.Providing intelligence and security services to a variety of multi-national corporations, government agencies and international organizations, Air Security is a member of the Energy Security Council (ESC) and has worked closely with security directors in the oil and gas industry for more than 10 years.
Provencher joined ASI after spending five years with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he played a key role in the creation of its international security program.Prior to the IMF, he served as a military intelligence officer for 20 years, capping his career as a military attaché at multiple overseas posts for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and as a national-level senior strategic analyst.He holds a BS degree from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and an MA degree in international relations from Georgetown University.
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