Director of Innovation, Cybersecurity Talent Management System
Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Hoadley is the Director of Innovation for the Cybersecurity Talent Management System (CTMS) in the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer, where he focuses on the development of human capital solutions to ensure the readiness of the Department’s current and future cybersecurity workforce.
Since 2016, he has been primarily dedicated to the design and implementation of CTMS, an innovative federal personnel system for recruiting, retaining, and managing the Department’s top cybersecurity talent. He also oversees the Department’s efforts to address a complex set of statutorily required cybersecurity workforce planning, analysis, and strategy actions.
Prior to 2016, Mr. Hoadley held several leadership positions in the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer in which he managed of the operation of human capital programs, official correspondence, and future planning. Between 2010 and 2016, he held a series of analysis- and strategy-oriented positions at DHS. His projects of note included streamlining mission critical hiring processes, modeling the human capital implications of fiscal changes, implementing the Department’s approach to balancing federal and contractor resources, and creating the first mission-focused workforce dashboard for DHS senior leadership.
Before joining DHS, Mr. Hoadley worked in management consulting and government contracting for a variety of federal and private sector clients.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Comparative Humanities from Bucknell University.