David Clark began his employment with the District of Columbia government after a 24 year career with the US Postal Service. He began his postal career as a letter carrier working his way up to serving as the Postmaster of Washington DC for 7 years. He spent his last 2 years with the USPS as the Manager of Vehicle Operations nationally where he oversaw the largest non-military fleet in the world, with over 210,000 delivery vehicles and an annual operating budget of over $800M.
Dave began work in the District of Columbia as the agency Director for the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs in 2001. For the last 8 years, Dave has served in the independent Office of the Chief Financial Offer as the Director of the Capital Improvements Program. The District’s capital program encompasses over 800 hundred current projects with an annual budget of about $1.2 billion dollars, and assets valued at over $17 Billion.
Mr. Clark did his undergraduate work at the State University of New York at Albany, and holds a MBA from the George Washington University in Washington DC. He has also done graduate course work at Harvard University.