As Deputy National Intelligence Officer, Mr. Carle led the sixteen agencies of the U.S. intelligence community in preparing the United States government's most senior assessments of threats to the nation for the President, members of cabinet, and the nation's most senior military leaders. He was Trade Negotiator for the United States Trade Representative, Executive Office of the President, where he negotiated multi-billion dollar trade agreements for the United States. He wrote, negotiated, and passed treaties for the United States Government in various international forums. He also led sensitive programs in the Directorate of Operations at the Central Intelligence Agency in four continents.
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