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Deputy Superintendent

Rear Admiral David M. Wulf, USMS
Deputy Superintendent

Rear Admiral David M. Wulf was sworn in as USMMA Deputy Superintendent on January 3, 2024. 

He brings a wealth of institutional leadership experience to USMMA. He most recently served as the Deputy Administrator of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, where he oversaw the collection of approximately $20 billion per year in Federal alcohol, tobacco, and firearms and ammunition excise taxes, as well as the regulatory frameworks for those industries.  

Prior to that appointment as Deputy Administrator, Wulf served for nearly 10 years at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as the Associate Director for Chemical Security at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. He also served as DHS’s acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, where he led a wide range of infrastructure protection initiatives, including the National implementation of the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards program. Mr. Wulf has testified 15 times in congressional hearings.  

Also, during his tenure at DHS, RADM Wulf worked with the elections community to establish an Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council and to enhance cybersecurity protections for voting systems in jurisdictions across the Nation. Additionally, after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, Rear Adm. Wulf was designated to serve as DHS’s Senior Official for the Nation’s Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce.   

Rear Admiral David M. Wulf, USMS, Deputy Superintendent

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