Rick Clarke, President
Rick Clarke has been President of Mancon since 1999 helping Mancon grow from a relatively small business to a strong and efficient government contracting company. Before 1999, Rick was the Vice President of Mancon and similarly helped Mancon to increase the scope and diversity of government contracts.
Prior to joining Mancon, Rick spent several years at UNISYS and Intergraph in Reston, Virginia, developing software, and managing teams of software developers for various government programs. These programs were completed for a variety of government agencies including DMA, EPA, U.S. Army+ and NOAA.
Rick is a graduate of UVA with his BS in Applied Mathematics and a graduate of ODU’s Executive Development Series.
David Meadows, Vice President
As a founding member of Mancon since 1983, David has been instrumental in the growth and development of the company. Under his leadership, Mancon’s service portfolio and product offerings have expanded both in the areas of government contracts and commercial sales.
Prior to Mancon, David worked for CACI in Materials Management and Configuration Support programs. These programs supported the development of the Saudi Naval Expansion Program under the direction of the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
David was a Chief Storekeeper in the U.S. Navy from 1975 to 1979 and the U.S. Navy Reserves from 1979 to 1991 in support of Naval Special Warfare Group II and the fleet.
Bart Consford, Director of Business Development
As Director of Business Development for over 15 years, Bart Consford has been a key player in Mancon’s growth. In this capacity, Bart has been responsible for proposal development, procedural development, and Quality Assurance of Mancon’s existing logistics and technical service contracts. In addition, Bart has provided logistics and data processing consulting services to Government agencies and contractors.
Prior to joining Mancon, Bart was the Project Manager at CACI in Norfolk working for ISSOP West Coast. Before that, Bart worked for MCAS Cherry Point, NC and was responsible for the inventory, financial, ADP and personnel management of five Marine Aircraft Logistics Squadrons and was a Project Manager/Senior Marine Officer for NAVMASSO.
Bart held numerous logistics and Supply Officer management positions supporting both the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy between 1968 and 1985.