Former FBI Counter-Terrorism Expert Receives License to Assess Risk to Nation's Utilities
IMAC Consulting Groups Albert L. McGinty was licensed by the federal government to assess the vulnerability of the nations drinking-water utilities. As a former FBI agent, McGinty was in charge of the Bureaus Anti-Terrorism/Weapons of Mass Destruction Program in Northeastern Ohio
As a result of his earning the license, McGinty and IMAC Consulting Group have the necessary resources to conduct Environmental Protection Agency-mandated assessments of drinking-water systems. He underwent a weeklong program called Risk and Vulnerability Assessment-Water Utilities (RAM-W) that was developed for the EPA by Sandia National Laboratories. Sandia is part of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).
For someone to perform a RAM-W assessment, an individual must pass an examination following completion of the course. Now that McGinty has passed the examination, he has the necessary certification to assess the vulnerability of drinking-water utilities. He already has had intensive training on other Sandia methodology.
McGinty recently helped to design and evaluate a mock disaster drill at Jacobs Field.
McGinty is Security Advisor with IMAC Consulting Group, a full-service security planning and prevention consulting company. A native Clevelander and alumnus of John Carroll University, McGinty is a former Cleveland police officer and a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. He spent 31 years as an FBI Special Agent in Minneapolis, New York City, and Cleveland.
For more information, contact the IMAC Consulting Group at 440-878-7600;www.imacservices.com.
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