2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Ross Nodurft

Name: Ross Nodurft
Title: Deputy Chief, Cyber and National Security Unit
Agency/Company: Office of Management and Budget

The quiet collaborator. Nodurft’s reputation for being steady, patient and open to diverse points of view has served him well at OMB. He has been a behind-the-scenes force driving the agency’s policy guidance on cybersecurity efforts, including Federal Information Security Modernization Act compliance, the cybersecurity components of Circular A-130 and improving acquisition processes related to cybersecurity. Nodurft seeks out different points of view and solicits ideas from industry and colleagues to diversify and strengthen the decision-making process. He has brought steady and consistent leadership to OMB’s growing cybersecurity unit.

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