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Mr. Ray E. Eganey

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OPSEC CONSULTING L.L.C

HQ Phone: (615) 289-5708

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OPSEC CONSULTING L.L.C

P.O. Box 120115

Nashville, Tennessee 37212

United States

Company Description

Former FBI Agents,Vulnerability/threat assessments,facilities preparedness studies,specialized investigations, Nashville,TN ... more

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Employment History

Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation

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About Ray Eganey

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About Ray E. Eganey

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Ray Eganey was appointed a Special Agent, with the FBI in October 1976 and conducted investigations in five different FBI field divisions.
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Mr. Eganey was the Federal investigator directing all anthrax investigations in the Middle District of Tennessee, leading to successful prosecutions. He was assigned the task of coordinating terrorism contingency planning (Presidential Directive) with all the local, state and federal agencies. He shared with local agencies information provided by the Federal Government involving emergency planning and obtained data from major facilities for use in risk assessment and analysis. The information gleaned was used in tabletop exercises and workshop scenarios to detect vulnerabilities. In 1999 Mr. Eganey provided his expertise relating to Crisis and Consequence Management to an elaborate training film produced in Nashville, TN. This detailed exercise is being used in over twenty thousand municipalities. The result of this participation was the "Metro Nashville Multi Departmental Official Response Plan" to acts of terrorism implemented by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County on 11/30/2001. This plan was coordinated through the Office of Emergency Management, Nashville, Tennessee.
Ray Eganey retired from the FBI in April of 2002 and joined OpSec Security Consultants, LLC, based in Nashville, TN. He directs all facets of developed business operations relating to specific contracts. Utilizing his experience, Mr. Eganey conducts a variety of civil/criminal investigative matters and provides the client with guidance and direction. He coordinates resources, business development and contract requirements to meet the needs of the local customer market. Below is an overview of Eganey


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Williams asks retired FBI supervisor Ray Eganey, "Is it possible that they missed something?"

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Eganey, now with OpSec Consultants, says he doesn't think it would have been difficult for federal investigators to have obtained search warrants for the legislative offices.He says he doesn't understand why agents would not have searched the same places that we looked.


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Williams asks retired FBI supervisor Ray Eganey, "Is it possible that they missed something?"

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Eganey, now with OpSec Consultants, says he doesn't think it would have been difficult for federal investigators to have obtained search warrants for the legislative offices.
He says he doesn't understand why agents would not have searched the same places that we looked.


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Williams asks retired FBI supervisor Ray Eganey, "Is it possible that they missed something?"

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Eganey, now with OpSec Consultants, says he doesn't think it would have been difficult for federal investigators to have obtained search warrants for the legislative offices.
He says he doesn't understand why agents would not have searched the same places that we looked.


NewsChannel 5 Network

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Williams asks retired FBI supervisor Ray Eganey, "Is it possible that they missed something?"

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Eganey, now with OpSec Consultants, says he doesn't think it would have been difficult for federal investigators to have obtained search warrants for the legislative offices.
He says he doesn't understand why agents would not have searched the same places that we looked.

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