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Matthew Moury - Deputy Assistant Secretary, Safety, Security, and Quality Programs for Environmental Management

Matthew Moury

Mr. Matthew Moury is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Safety, Security, and Quality Programs within the Office of Environmental Management (EM). The mission of the office is to manage EM-wide Integrated Safety Management and Integrated Safeguards and Security Management implementation oversight activities. The office provides standards assurance for major project planning, executes operational safety and awareness programs, and oversees quality assurance programs. The office is also responsible for tracking Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB) recommendations and issues.

Mr. Moury has 30 years of experience in the nuclear field, including almost 20 years at the DNFSB. He was selected for the Senior Executive Service in 2002. Prior to joining EM, Mr. Moury served as the DNFSB's Group Lead for Nuclear Weapon Programs, leading the DNFSB's effort in its statutory mission to ensure that DOE operations that directly support the nuclear stockpile and defense nuclear research are conducted in a manner that ensures adequate protection of the health and safety of the workers and the public. While at the DNFSB Mr. Moury held other senior leadership positions including the Group Lead for Nuclear Programs and Analysis, Group Lead for Nuclear Facility Design and Infrastructure, and the Engineering Group Lead. He also was the lead on a wide variety of safety-related areas such as: Integrated Safety Management, facility design and construction, DOE directives, facility startup activities, and quality assurance.

Mr. Moury began his career as a nuclear-trained submarine officer and he currently holds the rank of Captain in the Navy Reserves. He has a Master of Science degree in Reliability Engineering from the University of Maryland; a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Maryland; and a Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy.