About ICF

Mark Lee

Chief Technology Executive

Mark is a leading public sector and technology expert with nearly 30 years of experience helping agencies address digital, regulatory, workforce, and policy challenges.

As chief technology executive, Mark strengthens ICF’s technology solutions and drives the company’s overall technology strategy. His team works to increase ICF’s technology capabilities and enhance corporatewide technology procedures, systems, and partnerships to offer more value to clients and employees.

Mark’s team focuses on helping leaders think differently about how to address significant and interconnected challenges impacting society today. They provide technology, digital solutions, and advanced data and analytics tools—backed by deep domain expertise—to help clients deliver practical programs that lead to positive outcomes.

Mark previously served as the executive vice president of ICF’s public sector business and has been with ICF for nearly 30 years. He has held many leadership roles across the public sector business, including previously serving as the head of business development and the disaster management division. Prior to this, he led the climate, sustainability, environmental health, and surface transportation businesses and has extensive experience supporting a wide range of clients in addressing technology, regulatory, workforce development, and policy challenges.

An industry leader, Mark was recognized by WashingtonExec as a Top Public Sector Leader to Watch in 2020 and 2021, and he received a 2022 Longevity Award for his career trajectory at ICF. Mark is also an executive committee member for the Professional Services Council.

Mark holds a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.