This is just a short note to report that I am hearing rumors that Rick
Driggers, the former acting Director of ISCD has been appointed the Acting
Assistant Director of ISCD to temporarily fill the post vacated by Wulf’s ascension
to the post of Director last month. Driggers seems to keep coming back, which
begs the question of where he keeps going to when someone permanent is posted.
The leadership changes at ISCD keep the CFATS program in additional turmoil,
as if they didn’t already have enough problems. If Driggers is qualified for
the job (and he certainly has been exposed to the problems in the Division)
then why make him the acting AD, a position he would have to leave in 90 days?
I spent 15 years in the US Army as an Infantry NCO. After getting out of the Army I started working in the chemical industry, getting my BSc Chemistry degree while working as a technician. I spent 12 years working as a process chemist in a specialty chemical company. Most recently I worked as a QA/R&D Manager in a specialty chemical manufacturing facility. Currently I am working as a freelance writer.