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James Giermanski is a specialist in supply chain security and container shipping programs of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He is a former U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (Col. ret.) and a former FBI agent.
|Commands held||Director, Office of Naval Intelligence|
|Other work||Specialist in supply chain security and container shipping programs|
Giermanski is an expert focused on security operations in the global supply chain, who is concerned with respective contributions of governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders to this worldwide concern. Global Supply Chain Security explores the potential impact of port-related catastrophic events in the United States and their effects worldwide, concentrating, in particular, on the United States’ contribution to global container security.
A former military officer, and FBI agent, Giermanski is a frequent commentator on container security issues and weapons defense matters, particularly such as concerns border and customs work on supply chain security. Giermanski taught at Texas A&M University, serving as Regents Professor and as an adjunct graduate faculty member at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He was Director of Transportation and Logistics Studies, Center for the Study of Western Hemispheric Trade at Texas A&M International University.
Giermanski serves a visiting scholar at the Air Force Doctrine Development and Education Center, an Air Force think tank at Maxwell Air Force Base.
- In-Bonds Shipments: A Security Vulnerability Waiting to be Exploited, Homeland Security Today, 20 July 2011
- Global Logistics Comment: Government Acquiescence and Inaction on Our Southern Border: The Commercial Border-Crossing Threat, Supply Chain Digest, 11 November 2011
- Belmont company working to reduce worldwide terror threat, Gaston Gazette, 14 November 2013
- James Giermanski Says Bungled Container Security Initiatives Call the S&T Directorate Into Question, Maritime Executive, Sept 24, 2009
- Smart weapons Kill switches and safety catches, The Economist, 28 November 2013
- BOOK: Global Supply Chain Security - James Giermanski
- BOOK: Training of Special Agent IMAs Assigned to the Air Force Office of Special Investigations: An Empirical Analysis, Research report (Air University (U.S.))). James R. Giermanski, 1986
- BOOK: NAFTA rules of origin: an explanation, James R. Giermanski, Cathy Sauceda, Institute for International Trade, Graduate School of International Trade & Business Administration, Texas A&M International University, 1994
- BOOK: Labor mobility under NAFTA: its border impact, Jane LeMaster, James R. Giermanski, Texas A & M International University. Institute for International Trade, 1994
- BOOK: NAFTA and the process of approval, James R. Giermanski, Henry Cuellar. Texas Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development, Graduate School of International Trade and Business Administration, Laredo State University, 1992
- BOOK: The impact of NAFTA on U.S.-Mexico commercial and border zones and the potential consequences to the border, James R. Giermanski, Texas A & M International University. Institute for International Trade, 1994
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