Director Christopher Wray has appointed Nathan Taylor as Deputy Director of the Information Technology Data and Applications Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington. Mr. Taylor most recently served as Deputy Deputy Director of the Division.
As Deputy Director of ITADD, Mr. Taylor is responsible for ensuring that the FBI has the applications and data services necessary for its administrative, intelligence and investigative functions, and for protecting the cybersecurity infrastructure. from the FBI.
Mr. Taylor joined the FBI in 2006 as an accounting analyst in the finance division. He became a management and program analyst and in 2009 he first joined the front office of the budget section of the finance division and then the front office of the accounting section of the division.
In 2010, Mr. Taylor moved to the Office of Resource Planning and worked on the Internal Advisory Group. The RPO manages the Office’s over $4 billion personnel budget and strategic planning processes, develops corporate policy and provides other organizational services. Mr. Taylor was promoted in 2011 to the position of Supervising Manager and Program Analyst of the Internal Advisory Group.
Mr. Taylor was named Unit Head of RPO’s Business Process Management Unit in 2013, managing the FBI’s enterprise workflow solution. In 2016, he was promoted to Section Chief of the RPO’s Business Improvement Section, where he oversaw the FBI’s personnel budget and position assignments, monitored compensation and benefits costs, managed Bureau-wide staffing levels, calculated FBI workforce affordability and recommended cost. – savings strategies.
He was promoted in 2019 to Deputy Assistant Director of the Information Technology Data and Applications Division. As Deputy, Mr. Taylor promoted user-centric technology and data analytics capabilities and advanced the Office’s adoption of cloud services. He also helped the division absorb the internal cybersecurity mission in 2021.
Mr. Taylor received his undergraduate degree from the University of Mary Washington and his Masters of Business Administration from the College of William and Mary.