CEO S&R Investments
John Halinski, is the retired Deputy Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). As the CEO of S&R Investments he is bringing both his knowledge and expertise on international aviation security, intelligence, and counterterrorism to the leading security and business advisory group.
Mr. Halinski has served in senior leadership positions over the last 35 years at both TSA and the United States Marine Corps. While at TSA, some of Mr. Halinski's key accomplishments include the advancement of measures to prevent and suppress all acts of unlawful interference against civil aviation and saving the agency millions by achieving operational efficiencies. Mr. Halinski also served as the primary technical advisor for Aviation Security at the Department of State, as the U.S. Representative to the International Civil Aviation Organization for AVSEC, and as the primary technical advisor for Aviation Security during Open Skies negotiations.
John is a frequent advisor to media for issues concerning transportation security and counterterrorism and is a regular contributor to NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC and Bloomberg as well as the Cipher Brief. He is a Senior Fellow for Homeland Security at George Washington University and on the Board of Advisors for Marymount and Christopher Newport Universities. He has published articles and opinon pieces a number of media outlets and magazines.
John Halinski is focused on working internationally with airlines, aviation authorities, associations, and airports to develop and execute comprehensive plans to improve security, prevent illicit activity, and meet international regulatory requirements by implementing best practices in the use of technology, procedures, training, and services.
S&R Investments is all about solving problems and delivering results. We have no doubt that we can be the right platform to help governments and airlines solve complex challenges and reduce exposure to the ever-changing threat landscape that confronts them today and in the future.