FBI Director Robert S.
Mueller, III, today announced the appointment of Louis
M. Reigel, III, as the deputy chief financial officer
for the FBI. As Deputy Assistant Director, Finance Division,
Mr. Reigel will be the second-ranking manager in the
Finance Division, the division responsible for the overall
coordination and administration of the FBI's budgetary
and fiscal matters.
Mr. Reigel, an accountant,
entered on duty as a support employee with the FBI in
1973. In 1980, he was appointed as Special Agent and
has since served in the Tampa, Mobile, Detroit, and
Los Angeles field offices. In May 1992, Mr. Reigel was
transferred to FBI Headquarters where he served as a
supervisor in the Asset Seizure/Money Laundering Unit-Criminal
While in Los Angeles,
Mr. Reigel supervised a Money Laundering and Drug Trafficking
Organization squad and in 1998 was promoted to Assistant
Special Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles field office
where he was responsible for the Organized Crime, Drug,
and Violent Crime programs. Most recently, Mr. Reigel
has served as the Acting Special Agent in Charge of
the Los Angeles Division's National Security and White
Collar Crime programs.