Martin Gross serves as a program executive officer at the Defense Information Systems Agency, holding executive management and acquisition oversight responsibilities for programs and projects encompassing command and control, combat support and information sharing services.
Prior to this position, he served as deputy PEO for Global Information Grid enterprise services, overseeing programs and projects in net-centric enterprise information sharing services.
Gross first joined the federal acquisition community in 2001, initially serving as program manager for the Global Combat Support System and subsequently serving as chief of the Combat Support Center and senior program manager in the office of the component acquisition executive.
In 2006, he was assigned to the National Security Council, where he served as program manager for the renovation of the White House Situation Room.
After the renovation completed, he moved into the Executive Office of the President to serve as a special projects coordinator for
the deputy chief of staff.
He returned to DISA to serve as the vice acquisition executive.
Gross holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Drexel University, performed graduate studies at Virginia Tech and also attended both the Federal Executive Institute and the Defense Systems Management College.
He is a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps and is level-three certified in the program management career field.