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Report: DISA’s Mark Orndorff to Retire by End of January

Mark Orndorff
Mark Orndorff

Mark Orndorff, a risk management executive at the Defense Information Systems Agency, will retire at the end of the month after 36 years of public service, Federal News Radio reported Monday.

Jason Miller reports that Orndorff was previously the chief mission assurance executive at DISA before its reorganization and oversaw the implementation of the Defense Department‘s capabilities for information assurance and network operations.

Orndorff’s work focused on cybersecurity programs, including DoD’s Security Technical Implementation Guides, network operations and information assurance training, and Computer Network Defense Service Provider certification, the report said.

He recently unveiled that DISA’s restructuring will center on cybersecurity requirements for information technology procurement, particularly for commercial cloud service providers.

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