FBI Director term length
|Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation|
|Appointer||The President with Senate advice and consent|
|Term length||10 years|
|Inaugural holder||Stanley Finch (BOI) J. Edgar Hoover (FBI)|
|Formation||1908 (as Chief of the BOI)|
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