Bob Osborn is retiring from his post as chief information officer at the National Nuclear Security Administration, according to Information Week.
Fedscoop reports his departure from NNSA is effective Friday.
According to Federal News Radio, Osborn was responsible for leading information technology transformation initiatives at the agency, including creating a cybersecurity center.
He also lead efforts to start up a cyber science laboratory, the report said.
According to Osborn’s NNSA biography, he previously served as a deputy director of distribution portfolio management for Transportation Command, being responsible for C4 systems (command, control, communications and computer systems).
While in the Marine Corps, he served as logistics CIO and as chief of the logistics automation branch.