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Prior to joining EDS, Dailey was the manager of the General Motors Crisis Center while at Securitas Security. While managing the GM’s Crisis Center, Dailey was responsible for traveler security, crisis management and the identification of threats and risk-based events against GM's global operations and supply chain. He developed numerous intelligence briefs for GM’s executive staff, including the Global Information Snapshot currently distributed by the DHS and FBI under the United States Private Public Partnership Program. Holding the position of Director of the Michigan Homeland Security Consortium, he is also a Certified Protection Professional by the American Society for Industrial Security, with more than 20 years in the Security Industry.
Dailey has written several articles related to terrorism analysis, Terrorism Foreseeability: No longer a crystal ball and Foreign Fighter Networks: Implication for Multinational Corporations published by the United Kingdom’s Continuity Central. In addition, Dailey has written on risk mitigation tools in Geographic Information Systems as a Supply Chain Risk Management Tool as published Directions Magazine & Supply & Demand Chain Executive. He is a graduate of Northern Michigan University and attended the University of Detroit-Mercy (expected date of graduation 12/09).