The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) will present the Honorable Arthur “Art” L. Money with the 28th annual William Oliver Baker Award on Friday, May 11th. Jim Clapper, 2006 Baker Award recipient, will recognize Money in front of high ranking members of the intelligent and national security communities as well as previous Baker Award recipients.
“This award represents the ‘crown jewel’ in recognition- so richly deserved- of Art’s long and distinguished career in public service,” said Clapper, Director of National Intelligence (DNI).
Money will be recognized for his years of dedication and service in the intelligence community at the Ritz Carlton in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia.
“His leadership, vision and unyielding commitment to excellence contributed immeasurably to advancements in the engineering realm of the industry,” said INSA Chairwoman Fran Townsend.
Money has worked in the intelligence and national security fields for over 45 years. His career has included posts in the Department of Defense, including Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence and CIO was also the Chief Information Officer.
Money left the Pentagon in 2001 to serve on several U.S. Government Advisory Boards and currently serves as Chairman of the NSA Advisory Board.
Past Baker Award honorees include former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, George Tenet and Senator John Warner.