Key Management

Mark Wagner, P.E. Mark Wagner, P.E.
President
mark.wagner@artemis-ne.com

Mark Wagner is the CEO and President of Artemis, a serviced disabled veteran-owned small business located in Omaha, NE. The company was established in 2008 to provide analysis, engineering, policy and planning for the defense and critical infrastructure sectors.

Prior to Artemis, Mr. Wagner worked for Scitor Corporation supporting Department of Defense cyber and space operations. His experience includes operations, policy, doctrine and organizational development, non-kinetic targeting and vulnerability analyses. Mr. Wagner supported the United States Strategic Command Intelligence Directorate in developing a deliberate planning framework for non-kinetically targeting foreign command and control systems, critical infrastructures, underground facilities and weapons of mass destruction production processes. He provided vulnerability analyses of communications and electric power systems that included their interdependencies.

Mr. Wagner is a professional engineer with 10 years of critical infrastructure design experience. He is a seasoned project manager leading multidiscipline (civil, electrical, mechanical, architectural) engineering teams to plan and design critical civil infrastructure projects. Mr. Wagner specializes in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, modeling, global positioning and geographic information systems.

Additionally, Mr. Wagner is a retired Colonel, USAF Reserve, with 30 years of experience as a communications officer focused primarily on network operations and security. Mr. Wagner served over ten years on active duty including 15 months post-911 to establish a network operations and security element within United States Strategic Command's Global NetOps Control Center. Previous assignments include Strategic Air Command, Defense Information Systems Agency and the 7th Communications Group, Pentagon, Air Force Reserve Command and Air Force Space Command.

Mr. Wagner holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from West Virginia University, a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering from South Dakota State University. He is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer in Nebraska and Kansas.