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Mr. Gerald L. Talbot, Jr. has 42 years of Federal Service in technical, operational, managerial, financial and senior leadership positions. His last assignment was as the Director, National Security Professional Development where he was responsible for developing and implementing a national strategy for the development of National Security Professionals. He coordinated the implementation of an Executive Order and a Public Law directly related to improving this country’s ability to meet future national security challenges (e.g. emergency management, cyber security, climate change adaptation, etc) and deliver integrated, whole-of-government solutions through collaborative planning and execution across 25 Federal Departments and Agencies.
Prior to this assignment, Mr. Talbot served as the Associate Administrator for Management and Administration at the National Nuclear Security Administration. The Associate Administrator is responsible for the management and operations of the Administration’s planning, programming, budgeting and evaluation function; human capital management; acquisition management; and, administrative operations.
Previously, Mr. Talbot served as the Assistant Deputy Administrator for Nuclear Safety and Operations within the Defense Programs Directorate. In this position he provided direct management support to the Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs in the delivery of National Security objectives related to Nuclear Safety, Environment, Safety and Health, Site Operations and Performance, Quality Assurance, Facility Operations and Construction. In his initial assignment in the Department of Energy, he was the Manager for the Nevada Site Office. Mr. Talbot holds a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering. Mr. Talbot has been a career member of the Senior Executive Service since December 2006 until his retirement in January 2014.
Mr. Talbot retired from the Navy as a Rear Admiral and his last active duty assignment was as the Director, Military Manpower and Personnel Policy Division (N13). Rear Admiral Talbot served in a wide variety of sea and shore positions. His shore tours comprised a diverse set of duties in Washington, D.C. serving with the Department of Energy (Naval Reactors) as a special Assistant to the Director; the Bureau of Naval Personnel as the Nuclear Enlisted Program Manager; and Executive Assistant to Assistant Chief of Naval Operations (Undersea Warfare), student at the National War College, Deputy Secretary, Joint Staff, Director, Submarine/Nuclear Power Distribution Division (PERS-42) and the Nuclear Propulsion Program Manager (N-133) at the Bureau of Naval Personnel. Selected for Flag rank in April 1999, his first Flag position was Director, Navy Staff.
Rear Admiral Talbot’s operational sea commands include USS TAUTOG (SSN-639); Commander, Submarine Squadron EIGHT and Commander, Submarine Group TEN.