Mark Day has more than 30 years’ experience in public policy, strategy and solutions development, information technology and resource management, acquisition, and finance. Mark is a recognized government leader having been twice recognized as a Federal 100 award winner for his pivotal contributions to how the federal government acquires, develops and manages IT. His public sector roles have included EPA CTO and Deputy CIO for the Office of Technology, Operations and Planning improving the EPA’s security program from an F to an A+; HUD CTO developing the overall CIO program and agency cloud acquisition strategy; and GSA Deputy Assistant Commissioner of IT Services and Director for the Office of Strategic programs where he profitably ran $23B in GSA programs and led development and implementation of the GSA Category Management program. In the private sector Mark has been a successful CTO organizing core offerings, improving staff development and retention, and developing new business. Most recently, he ran his own company providing strategy, technical, and acquisition support to industry-leading government services companies.
Mark graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, History, Religion and Math from Southwest Baptist University. In addition, Mark has been an adjunct professor for George Mason’s Public Administration school.