Robert S. Duguay

Robert S. Duguay
Office of the Administrator

Deputy Director, Office of Intelligence and Threat Analysis

Robert S. Duguay serves as the Deputy Director for the Office of Intelligence and Threat Analysis (OITA) in The Office of the Administrator. In this role he leads the Director’s coordination efforts for programs that support first responder and intelligence community partners, as well as threat prevention and protection activities in the Homeland Security Community. He assists with intelligence integration of the threat environment for current and future preparedness planning and provides national preparedness support to FEMA Regional components. He provides counsel to FEMA’s senior leadership on an extensive range of prevention, protection, grant programs and policy issues and provides threat prevention and protection related guidance to federal, state and local partners. Prior to assuming his position at OITA, he was a portfolio manager for FEMA’s National Training and Education Division (NTED) specializing in Law Enforcement and Intelligence partnerships.Mr. Duguay joined FEMA in 2010.

Mr. Duguay brings a wealth of private sector, Federal government, and military experience to his role as Deputy Director. He came to FEMA from the private sector where he served as a Project Manager for a global training consulting firm. In that capacity, he led the development and execution of human performance and process improvement projects that enabled Fortune 500 businesses transform their operations. His Federal experience includes serving as an Special Agent for the Department of Justice working on complex cases to include terrorism and cyber-crimes. He proudly served as a commissioned officer in the United States Navy as a Naval Aviator conducting flight operations primarily focused in the Western Pacific and Middle East.

Mr. Duguay holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. He enjoys living in the Annapolis area with his wife and four children.

Last updated December 21, 2022