Mr. Mark Wagner

Deputy to the Commander

Mr. Mark Wagner

Mark Wagner, Deputy to the Commander at the Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD), has over 15 years combined civilian and private industry financial and analytical experience. He joined CCAD in September 2015 as the Director of Resource Management with a broad range of financial management experience at multiple organizational levels in DoD, including championing initiatives to reduce cost and improve management of resources.

Before joining CCAD, Wagner served as the Comptroller for the Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers (COMFRC). As the Comptroller, Wagner had oversight and influenced the management of over $2 billion in working capital fund and $100 million in appropriated resources in support of organic naval aviation depot repairs. His key accomplishment was the establishment of the first comptroller business unit for COMFRC, and included oversight of three CONUS working capital fund and one OCONUS appropriated comptroller organization.

Wagner joined the Department of the Navy in 2004 as a Business and Financial Manager in the Navy Acquisition Intern Program (NAIP). He was assigned to Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) during the NAIP and worked for various programs including Navy Unmanned Combat Air System, the FA-18 Hornet, the Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile, and the H-60 Black Hawk.

Upon completion of the NAIP, Wagner was assigned to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Comptroller (OUSD(C)), Operations Directorate from 2007 until 2010. During that time, he worked in numerous capacities including the Senior Budget Analyst for Operation and Maintenance appropriations of the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, National Guard, and Reserve Component accounts. He was also the OUSD(C) lead for the Defense Foreign Currency Fluctuation Account, Civilian Personnel, Non-Appropriated Funds, and the Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund.

Before joining DoD, Wagner worked as an Investment Advisor for Edward Jones and as a Special Educator providing inclusion and content mastery services to students with disabilities.

Wagner graduated in 1999 from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science in both Communication Disorders and Psychology. He attained his Master of Public Administration in 2004 from the University of North Texas.




Mission statement

  • Return rotary wing aircraft and components to the Department of Defense and other government organizations with uncompromising quality, at the lowest possible cost, in the shortest amount of time possible.
  • Safeguard the workforce. Integrate safety and risk mitigation into every aspect of depot operations.
  • Support the Army’s accident investigation processes worldwide with materials expertise and laboratory analysis.
  • Assess, evaluate and repair forward-deployed aircraft and components worldwide. Provide on-site depot capacity to the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence at Fort Rucker.
  • Support Active, Reserve and National Guard aviation maintenance skill development with hands-on training at the depot.

VISION STATEMENT

  • Provide our Nation the best value solution for modification, repair and overhaul of rotary wing components and aircraft; posture the depot to meet our Nation’s future requirements in peacetime and at war.

END STATE

  • Customers satisfied - demands met on time - carryover goal met. Zero accident related loss of life, limb or eyesight with all OSHA safety goals met. Depot is right sized and right skilled to meet customer demands.

 


Last updated on: 03-Nov-2017