Mark Forman is an accomplished executive with more than 30 years of professional experience, including a Presidential appointment to be the first U.S. Administrator for E-Government and Information Technology, the Federal Government’s Chief Information Officer. Mark has a long record of accomplishments in government management reforms, spanning a variety of government and industry positions.
In his current role, Mark is leveraging deep Public Sector and emerging technology expertise to provide solutions important to U.S. Federal government clients. This includes providing thought leadership and executive sponsorship for teams supporting key clients, as well shepherding strategic application of cloud and digital technologies to develop new offerings in line with the President’s Management Agenda.
Prior to joining Unisys, Mark was Vice President for IT Services and Cloud Solutions, assisting government agencies in transitioning to the cloud by providing advanced systems engineering, integration and decision-support services to the federal government. This work includes creating and managing a high-quality team of consultants that developed IT Modernization Roadmaps and a modern IT governance framework, and engineers who architected and deployed FEMA’s first hybrid cloud.
Mark is a CIO Sage. He twice led the Industry Advisory Council’s Presidential Transition initiative. He is a respected speaker on government use of cloud computing, government reform, IT risk management, Enterprise Architecture, data center consolidation, digital technologies, and cyber security. He has testified in state and federal legislatures and given well over 100 speeches to a wide variety of industry groups and government officials from around the world. He has participated in on-line Q&A sessions hosted by the Whitehouse and Washington Post, and written numerous papers and reports on government management and use of IT.