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Mark Lay Assumes Chief Information Officer Role at Noblis

Mark Lay,

CIO and VP,


Mark Lay Assumes Chief Information Officer Role at Noblis

Science and technology not-for-profit Noblis has appointed Mark Lay to serve as vice president and chief information officer, replacing the retiring Gail Hogan.

Currently the deputy CIO, Lay will report directly to Chief Financial Officer Gary Sladic and join the Executive Council, Noblis said.

Mile Corrigan, the company’s president and CEO, said she and the selection committee are confident that Lay is well-positioned for the CIO role, given his leadership knowledge and ability to convert technical research initiatives into value for customers.

Corrigan, a 4×24 member and 2024 Wash100 awardee, stressed the importance of Noblis customers and partners continuing to receive “the most secure and resilient infrastructure and innovative services.”

As deputy CIO, Lay led key transformational initiatives and took charge of various customer-facing programs, business development and capture initiatives. The company has twice awarded him the President’s Award to recognize his contributions to corporate objectives.

Lay serves as a board member for the Fairfax County Government’s Information Technology Policy Advisory Committee.

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