Qbase, LLC Hires Louis E. Grever As Senior Vice President For Product And Services Development

Qbase, LLC has appointed Louis E. Grever to serve as Senior Vice President for Product and Services Development. In the senior management position, Grever will play a key role in the origination, development, and delivery of unique tools, systems, and capabilities that support both the government and private sectors.

”We are very pleased that Louis has joined the Qbase team,” says Steven W. Baldwin, CEO of Qbase, LLC. “Louis is well-respected in the counter-terrorism, counter-intelligence, and law enforcement arenas, especially in the area of effectively applying modern technology and science to a broad range of national security challenges. We look forward to Louis bringing his expertise and years of experience to Qbase, and to our customers.”

Grever is a well known and highly respected within the Intelligence, law enforcement, homeland security, and defense communities. He served 24 years with the FBI and rose to some of the highest leadership positions within the organization, including serving directly under FBI Director Robert Mueller. During this time, Grever was directly responsible for all FBI biometrics, forensics, and operational technology programs and investments. He executed an annual budget of more than $1.4B and his branch was staffed by more than 8,000 FBI agents, technologists, scientists, embedded contractors, and other specialists.

He was also appointed to the Executive Assistant Director position in October 2008 by Director Mueller, where he oversaw the FBI Laboratory, Criminal Justice and Information Services (CJIS), and Operational Technology Divisions until his retirement in February 2012. Greever and his team were integral in the U.S. government’s efforts to combat terrorism, hostile intelligence activities, and crime.

Grever also had the privilege of serving as a member of the White House Committees on Homeland and National Security (CHNS), Technology (CoT), and Science (CoS), and the Director of National Intelligence’s Science and Technology Advisory Committee (NIST-C).




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