The Financial Services Organization provides business products and services to support FAA goals, cost efficient operations and FAA leadership in global aviation. As the Chief Financial Officer, Mark House brings the perspective of a 25 year career in the aviation industry, experiencing its many ups and downs along the way.
Mark joined the FAA Air Traffic Organization (ATO) as the Director of Financial Analysis and Process Reengineering in February 2005 after 19 years experience in the private sector. He most recently served as the acting Senior Vice President for ATO Finance after Gene Juba's departure in April 2010.
During the three years before coming to the ATO, Mark was the Director of Business Optimization for USAirways. Prior to USAirways, Mark worked at United Airlines, starting out as a financial analyst working on aircraft acquisitions, and moved up to become the Director of Financial Planning after also serving as the Director of Cargo Revenue Management.
Early in Mark's career, he worked at what is now Lockheed Martin as a finance specialist, providing cost and schedule control analyses for FAA programs as part of the Systems Engineering and Integration contract.
Mark attended the Polytechnic Institute of New York for his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering. He later earned his MBA in Finance from Virginia Tech.