George Tronsrue III, President
Prior to starting MFSI Government Group in 2010, George served as an advisor, investor and member of the Board of Directors for Imagespan, Inc (Vice Chairman), Open Range Communications, Inc (Board of Directors) and SinglePipe Communications, Inc (Executive Chairman) and several other private companies. George has prior experience on the Board of Directors for Infospace (NASDAQ:INSP) from 2003- 2009 and iPass (NASDAQ:IPAS) from 1998-2001; Chairman & CEO and President & COO for several private and public companies, including Monet Mobile Networks, Inc, XO Communications (NASDAQ:XOXO) and espire Communications, Inc (NASDAQ traded) during the period 1994 – 2004, all in the high tech and fiber optic/wireless communications industry. While working at these companies, he was responsible for and oversaw fundraising activities raising an aggregate total of more than $1 billion, resulting in building more than $1 billion of wireless, fiber optic and voice/data switching infrastructure in major US markets and collectively growing revenues at various companies from zero to $300 million.
George received his Bachelor of Science from the USMA, West Point, NY in 1978 and served in various operational roles for more than 5 years as an airborne, ranger infantry officer in Europe and the US. He left the Army in 1983 and was placed on Temporary Disability Retired List, after sustaining injuries in a service related accident, which resulted in his permanent disability retirement from the Army in February 1984.
Evan Bailey, Senior Vice President
Evan is a founding member of MFSI who from day one has been an integral part of all business aspects and company growth. His recognized capacity to analyze and simplify multifaceted situations, identify issues, develop and present innovative solutions, then implement project objectives within designated timeframes and resource parameters has been invaluable to MFSI's growth throughout the years.
Prior to joining MFSI Evan served a distinguished career as an Army officer for five years where he distinguished himself in various leadership roles and multiple combat deployments. Today Evan continues his service as Co-founder and coordinator of The Red Badge Project.
Evan is a 2004 graduate of USMA, West Point where he earned an BS in Portuguese and Spanish. Continuing his professional development he also holds an MA in Leadership Studies from the University of Texas and an MBA from Thunderbird University.
Mark Fuller, Vice President (NCR) & Strategic Initiatives
Mark is an accomplished leader and manager with over 35 years of experience in large corporations and start-up ventures in both government and commercial markets having served in various Chief Executive levels and senior leadership roles in sales, marketing and service delivery.
Prior to joining MFSI Mark worked extensively in various industries; telecommuications, internet services, software, energy manangement, design and project development solutions, renewable energy and consulting. As the President of Network Services of One point Communications he led the growth of the company from start-up to $123M in revenue in a 22 month period before being sold to Verizon for $350M.
Mark is a 1979 graduate of USMA, West Point where he received a Bachelors of Science in Engineering. He also currently holds Series 7 and Series 66 securities licenses and is working on his Series 79.
Daniel Clancy, Director Value Engineering Services
Dan is an innovative leader in the architecture and value analysis industries, providing services since 1978. An effective communicator and insightful collaborator, his ability to interface with diverse user groups and regulatory officials eliminates barriers to project success.
While at OAC Services, Inc. (1993-2012) Dan managed multiple IDIQ contracts for value analysis and value-based decision making with US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Alaska, Honolulu and Fort Worth Districts that led to OAC’s 2004 Value Engineering Achievement Award from the Department of Defense and the 2006 Design and Environmental Excellence Awards from the USACE Chief of Engineers.
Since launching Clancy Value Services, LLC in February 2012, Dan has continued as a value consultant on a variety of projects from Korea to Texas. Through 2013 Dan completed 15 value engineering studies for USACE Seattle District that improved performance and resulted in $12.9M total savings on $174M total project costs. Dan received his Master in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978 and holds numerous industry certifications.