Joshua Moses serves as the Director for Cybersecurity Performance and Risk Management at the Office of Management and Budget Cyber within the Executive Office of the President of the United States. Mr. Moses is responsible for overseeing Federal agencies’ performance and risk management against government-wide goals and initiatives to strengthen Federal cybersecurity. In this capacity, he engages with stakeholders across the government, to include members of the Federal oversight community. He is also responsible for implementing a risk-based budgeting process that ensures investments within the $15 billion Federal cyber budget reduce cyber risks across the government. Mr. Moses also serves as the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce lead, and is responsible for implementing related actions as part of the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Strategy.
Prior to joining the Executive Office of the President, Mr. Moses served as a senior performance and risk management roles within the Federal Inspectors General community. A career civil servant, Mr. Moses has worked for the Department of Justice, Department of Defense, Amtrak Inspector General, and Department of the Treasury. Mr. Moses holds a Master of Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Public Affairs at Syracuse University and a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Psychology from Rutgers University.