Potomac Officers Club Shares Profile on Mark Carter, President and Chief Operating Officer at TechFlow

Mark Carter serves as the president and chief operating officer of TechFlow, an employee-owned company that provides digital services, logistics and scientific solutions to government and commercial clients.

TechFlow credits Carter with driving the expansion, profitability and efficient operation of the company since his entry as COO in August 2016.

As president, he is now also responsible for leading TechFlow’s day-to-day operations, including service delivery, business development, contracts, legal matters and human resources, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Under his watch, TechFlow won a $978 million contract from the Transportation Security Administration to implement a performance-based logistics program to sustain government-certified explosives detection systems.

Carter has over 20 years of experience in government consulting and, according to TechFlow, has a successful track record of integrating and growing businesses.

Prior to joining TechFlow, he served as the deputy operations manager for Leidos’ logistics solutions operation unit. His responsibilities included program, independent research and development, financial management, managing key captures and balancing investment priorities.

He spent 15 years in various leadership roles at Science Applications International Corporation, according to his LinkedIn profile.

He spent five years as a division manager for a profit and loss center at SAIC and was responsible for financial planning and performance, business development, risk management, staff development and retention and program execution oversight.

Carter earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in civil engineering from Queen’s University.



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