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The FBI first opened an investigative office in Washington, D.C. in the years before J. Edgar Hoover was named Director. Often confused with Bureau Headquarters in the nation’s capital, Director William Burns found it necessary to inform his Special Agents in Charge in March 1922 that “the Washington…
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Washington, DC 20535
Counties and cities covered: Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax (county and city), Falls Church, Fauquier, Leesburg, Loudon, Manassas, Prince William, Quantico, Vienna, and Warrenton
Assistant Director in Charge
Special Agents in Charge
- W.L. Scott Bean, III
- Matt Gorham
- Charles H. Kable, IV
- David J. LeValley
- Gerald Roberts, Jr.
Along with our main office in Washington, we have a satellite office, or resident agency, in Manassas, Virginia.
- The Northern Virginia Resident Agency (NVRA) is a state-of-the-art facility located in Manassas, Virginia. The NVRA is a “green” facility and is the first FBI building to be awarded gold certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. The NVRA opened a new regional training and conference center facility in 2009.