David G. Bennett – Assistant Director, Human Resources Division
Mr. Bennett entered on duty in 1987 and has served as a senior resident agent in both Albany, Georgia and Lawton, Oklahoma, working complex white-collar crime, violent crime, Indian Country crime, drug, terrorism, and civil rights matters. In 1998, he was promoted to supervisory special agent and supervised six resident agencies throughout the western half of Oklahoma. He also served as the Oklahoma City Division crisis management coordinator, a position he held for seven years. In 2000, Mr. Bennett became the white-collar crime squad supervisor and program coordinator.
From 2003 - 2004, Mr. Bennett served as the acting assistant special agent in charge of the criminal programs, and in 2004, he became the cyber squad supervisor and program coordinator. In 2005, he was promoted to unit chief of the Special Agent Mid-Level Management Unit at FBI Headquarters and implemented the 18-month term temporary duty assignment program. A year later, Mr. Bennett became assistant section chief and implemented the Headquarters staffing initiative and oversaw the career path designation and joint duty development programs.
In 2008, Mr. Bennett was promoted to assistant special agent in charge for the Administrative Division at Washington Field Office before returning to Headquarters. He then served as deputy assistant director of the Human Resources Division for three years.
On March 13, 2011, Mr. Bennett was appointed assistant director of the Human Resources Division. He brings a wealth of experience in human resources services, staffing and hiring, and employee development to the position.