Anthony M. Bladen Named Assistant Director of FBI Human Resources Division
|Washington, D.C. September 24, 2009|
Anthony M. Bladen has been named Assistant Director of the FBI’s Human Resources Division. Director Robert M. Mueller, III appointed him to this position to replace John Raucci, who was named the FBI Legal Attaché to London.
“Tony has been acting assistant director of the Human Resources Division since April, and during that time, he has initiated a number of changes to our human capital management strategy which are key to the vitality of the FBI and to its personnel,” said Director Mueller. “I know he will carry on the division’s commitment to customer service, outreach, and partnership.”
Mr. Bladen entered on duty at the FBI as a file clerk on August 8, 1982. He has served as a fingerprint specialist, management and program analyst, supervisory management and program analyst, chief of the Financial Analysis Unit, and FBI budget officer. In 2006, he was named deputy assistant director of the Resource Planning Office (RPO), and was appointed assistant director of RPO in 2008.
As head of the Human Resources Division, Mr. Bladen will be responsible for the development and implementation of human resources programs and services, including recruitment and selection, position management, performance management, executive development and selection, employee assistance, and employee benefits.
In 2006, Mr. Bladen earned a Masters of Public Administration from American University in Washington, D.C.