Robert B. DiNardo

Professorial Lecturer

Part-time Faculty


Office Phone: 703-801-7549

Robert DiNardo spent 27 years working as an Intelligence Analyst for the FBI. He worked as a line analyst covering Counterintelligence matters and as a Supervisory Intelligence Analyst in the FBI's Counterintelligence, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Cyber Divisions. Robert DiNardo also worked in various Joint Duty Assignments in the Office of National Intelligence and the Department of Homeland Security.

After retiring from the FBI in 2019, Robert DiNardo worked as an Instructor and Analytic Tradecraft Subject Matter Expert for CENTRA Technology/Amentum until 2022. He instructed Insider Threat matters for the National Counterintelligence and Security Center and served as an Analytic Tradecraft Subject Matter Expert at the Department of Homeland Security.

During his career with the FBI, Robert DiNardo conducted extensive intelligence analyst training for the FBI, other U.S. Intelligence Community and government agencies, U.S. private sector partners, and foreign government partners.

Robert DiNardo received two National Intelligence Meritorious Citations for his work on the Ana Belen Montes Espionage Investigation (January 2005) and the ROYAL FLUSH Task Force (December 1999).

M.A. International Affairs - American University, Washington, DC
B.A. Political Science - John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH