US Federal Civilian Director
Mark Valcich is Intel’s US Federal Civilian Director of Technology and Business Development initiatives. Mark also directly manages relationships with the US Departments of Homeland Security, Justice Department, Treasury Department, Postal Service, NASA Goddard and NASA Langley Research Center. In his role, he shares technology direction, architecture, strategy and guidance for mission and enterprise IT capabilities. Mark works with the US Federal technology and contracting ecosystem to drive innovative solutions for mission value with government technology deployments. In addition, Mark is an active participant in the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable and the American Council for Technology, Industry Advisory Council. These organizations facilitate market research, development and deployment priorities to assist the government collaboration with industry with early communication on emerging needs. Mark is also a fellow of the ACT-IAC 2012 Partners Program. He was the Industry Chair of the ACT-IAC 2016 Voyagers program and plays an active role to champion ACT-IAC programs facilitating collaboration between government and industry, including a continual mentor of Voyagers.
Prior roles since joining Intel in 1999 include federal channel director, IT Enterprise Architect, and cloud computing technical program manager. His prior responsibilities include developing the enterprise business architecture practice within Intel’s Information Technology group and leading the migration, deployment and ongoing sustainment of Fortune 100 cloud services.
Before joining Intel Corporation, Mark worked in the Mortgage Banking Industry in New York City where he also studied and received a Master of Business Administration in Business Computer Information Systems from Hofstra University. He also has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin. Mark lives with his wife and children in Virginia. In his spare time, he enjoys riding mountain bikes, hiking, kayaking and is an avid fan and spectator of his children’s activities including NCAA Cross Country/Track.