Mr. Mark Forman
Leader - Federal Performance and Technology Advisory Services, KPMG
Mr. Forman leads KPMG's Federal Performance & Technology Advisory practice, focusing on strategy, business transformation, governance, and technology initiatives.
Prior to joining KPMG, Mr. Forman was a co-founder and Executive Vice President at Cassatt Corporation of San Jose, California. From June 2001 through August 2003, Mr. Forman was Presidentially appointed as the first Administrator E-Government & IT, the federal CIO. He managed a $58 billion budget, and led the President's effort to create a more productive, citizen-centric government. He established the federal government's IT investment decision-making process, created the Federal Enterprise Architecture reference model, aligned of IT spending with the country's most pressing needs.
Prior to that role, he was a vice president for E-business at Unisys and a Global Principal at IBM Global Services. From 1990 until 1997, he created several major management reform laws as a senior staff member of the U.S. Senate Governmental Affairs Committee. He holds a BA from the Ohio State University and Masters from University of Chicago.