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Before assuming his current position, Mr. Morell was the CIA’s Deputy Director under David H. Petraeus. Mr. Morell began serving as Deputy Director in May 2010 under Mr. Panetta, after spending two years as the head of the Agency’s main analytic arm, the Directorate of Intelligence. Before that job, Mr. Morell served as the CIA’s Associate Deputy Director from 2006 until 2008, helping with the overall leadership of the Agency and focusing in particular on its internal management.
Mr. Morell began his Agency career in 1980 as an analyst covering international energy issues. He later worked on East Asia for 14 years, holding a number of jobs in analysis and in management before his selection in 1999 as Director of the Office of Asian Pacific and Latin American Analysis. He also served as the intelligence briefer to President George W. Bush, as chief of the staff that produces the President’s Daily Brief, and as an executive assistant to CIA Director George J. Tenet.