Deputy Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services
Mark Paese serves as the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services. . In this capacity, he provides day-to-day oversight of the activities of NESDIS’ satellite operations, data processing, product and service delivery and research functions. He also has oversight responsibilities of the NESDIS budget planning and administration.
Mark previously served as the Director of the Office of Operational Systems for NOAA’s National Weather Service (NWS) where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of NWS systems, providing systems engineering, software management, facilities, communications, configuration management and logistical services. He was also responsible for policy development, implementation, operations, support and evaluation of operational weather systems. Mark has 30 years of experience in all facets of weather, communications and aviation, including 12 years in private industry. He has broad experience in leading science-based service organizations, introducing change, and using and implementing technology and science.
Previously, Mark held senior positions at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, and prior to that with Westinghouse Electric Corporation. While in the private sector, he was responsible for systems engineering, operations and maintenance, acquisition, program management, strategic planning and business development.
Mark has also served as the Executive Director of the White House Task Force on Effective Warnings. His efforts resulted in the President signing the Executive Order 13407: Public Alert and Warning Systems. Mark also served on the FCC’s Commercial Mobile Service Alert Advisory Committee – charged with examining existing and planned disaster warning systems – resulting in today’s Wireless Emergency Alert capability.
The International Partners session will include talks by NOAA’s partners in the weather satellite field. Presentations are expected from: EUMETSAT, the China Meteorological Agency (CMA), the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the Korean Meteorological Agency (KMA) and the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The invited speakers will presenting their agencies updates and current plans. […]