Greg Carl joins Integration Innovation, Inc. (i3) as Director of Integrated Security Services with responsibility for supporting our Department of Defense/National Security & Commercial Clients. Greg is a member of the i3 Leadership Team & supports the CEO, President, and COO with Thought Leadership/Strategy & Collaboration on New Markets.
Prior to joining i3, Greg served as the Director of the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center (TEDAC) for which he was one of the original architects. He is acknowledged throughout the world for both his explosives expertise and his leadership in related counterterrorism matters. Greg joined the FBI in 1987 and in 1990 was appointed to the position of Special Agent assigned to the Miami Division. In 1996 he was reassigned to the FBI Laboratory’s Explosives Unit as an Explosives and Hazardous Devices Examiner. Greg was a Special Agent Bomb Technician for over 20 years.
Greg’s expertise has been utilized in some of the nation’s most well-known terrorist attacks such as the Shoe Bomber Case, the Oklahoma City Bombing Case, the World Trade Center Bombing Case in 1993, the Underwear Bomber Case in 2009, and the Boston Marathon Bombing Case in 2013, to name a few. Greg earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from Susquehanna University and a Master’s Degree from George Washington University. He has received various awards throughout his career to include the US Attorney’s Award for Outstanding Contributions in Law Enforcement in 2002 and the Director’s Award for Outstanding Technical Advancement in 2008 and in 2012 for Excellence in Investigative Support. He is also a member of the International Association for Chief’s of Police, Arson and Explosives Committee and the International Association for Bomb Technicians and Investigators.