On 8 January 2022, according to the Article 20 of the National Security Law, National Security Council convened to agree on the nominee for the position of the director of the Constitution Protection Bureau (CPB). Mr Egils Zviedris will now have to be approved by the parliament.
Egils Zviedris joined national security community in 1992 and is employed by CPB since 2000. He has served as the deputy director of CPB and head of its Intelligence Unit.
Egils Zviedris’ CV
2005–2007: Turība University, Master of Business Administration
1989–1996: Riga Technical University, Degree in Engineering and Construction
2014 – present – CPB Deputy Director, Head of Intelligence
2011–2014 – CPB Intelligence, Head of CIS Unit
2000–2011 – CPB Intelligence, Special Assignments Investigator
1994–2000 – Ministry of Interior (MoI), Security Police, Chief Inspector
1993–1994 – MoI National Economic Sovereignty Protection Department
1992–1993 – MoI Government Personal Protection Service
Represents CPB at international-level European Union and NATO intelligence and security community directorial meetings since August of 2021.