The Becker T3 Group
CEO / RADM (ret.)
Paul Becker is a former Naval Intelligence Officer and senior executive with a unique combination of business, military, cyber and leadership experience. As the CEO of “The Becker T3 Group” consultancy, he leverages an outstanding network of U.S. and international security leaders to provide clients with an understanding of National Security trends and activities. He’s successfully developed and implemented all-source intelligence strategies for large, diverse international teams. Paul served around the world, in peace crisis and combat, with the majority of his assignments in the Pacific, Southwest Asia, Europe and Washington, DC. He maintains a TS/SCI security clearance. From 2016-17, Paul led the Presidential Transition’s Intelligence Community Landing Team which provided policy input, strategic guidance and operational counsel to a new administration.
Specific military service includes; Director of Intelligence (J2) for the Joint Chiefs of Staff where he was the principal intelligence and cyber security advisor to the Chairman, the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii, the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command in Afghanistan, Commanding Officer of the Department of Defense’s largest Joint Intelligence Operations Center at U.S. Central Command in Tampa and Assistant Naval Attaché to France.
He’s successfully managed multi-million dollar budgets, led large, high performance teams through critical startups, organizational restructuring and growth. Paul is a Corporate Board Member, serves on several Boards of Advisors and is President of a Non-Profit Board. He holds a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelors of Science from the U.S. Naval Academy, where he is an Adjunct Leadership Professor. A dynamic public speaker and author, his articles and presentations have been widely published.
Rear Admiral Becker is the recipient of the National Intelligence Community and Department of Defense’s Distinguished Service Medals, and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. The Naval Intelligence Community recognized RADM Becker in 2016 by establishing the “Teamwork, Tone, Tenacity” leadership award in his honor.