Price graduated from Yale before serving four years in the United States Marine Corps. While with the CIA he held the positions of Director of Personnel, Director of Counterintelligence, as well as Deputy Director for Operations. In 1994, he received a letter of reprimand over his role in the Aldrich Ames spy case while director of counterintelligence.
After leaving the Central Intelligence Agency, Price joined the private security business Kroll Inc. as head of its crisis management group. He joined Lehman Brothers in December 2001 as head of Global Security.
Thomas A. Twetten
|CIA Deputy Director for Operations
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