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Mark Hamilton

GITEC Treasurer

Department of Justice

Mark Hamilton is an accomplished senior information management executive and skilled strategist overseeing complex programs developing organizational capability and achieving change. His capabilities include managing large federal and commercial sector organizations involving annual budgets exceeding $5 billion.  Mark is currently leading the Department of Homeland Security's renovation of the St. Ellizabeth's Campus into the DHS's new Headquarters.  More recently, Mark  was with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) where he spearheaded organization-wide cultural transformation. His work has lead to DOJ improving its data center operations.

Mark has over thirty years of experience in information management and has provided consulting and program management services to both for-profit and governmental clients. He has previously been affiliated with the US Environmental Protection Agency, Northrop Grumman, ICF International, Unisys, Centex, and Smith International. His engagements with the US Departments of Defense, State, Treasury, and the Intelligence Community provided services that include: application development; network management design and operations; data management, information assurance; and enterprise architecture. At present, he serves as the Information Technology Services Program Manager for the Department of Justice.

Mark is a certified information management professional and holds several credentials that include: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP); Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation certificate; Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE); Project Management Institute Project Management Professional (PMP); and the National Defense University (NDU), Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) certificate.

Mark has received several awards, to include: a Bronze Medal for his work with EPA’s, Office of Environmental Information and an EPA CIO Award for his work as EPA’s Enterprise Architect Leader for the Water Segment. He graduated in 2006 from the Council for Excellence in Government (CEG) Senior Fellows Program and presently serves as an officer on the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC) Board as Treasurer.

Mark is an avid offshore and coastal sailor / navigator, alpine skier, scuba diver, mountain biker, motorcycle rider, and equestrian.

GITEC member since 2008