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Frank Quick to Join RevTek

RevTek Solutions is pleased to announce that Frank Quick is joining as its Director for Defense Intelligence and Combatant Commands. Frank brings to RevTek over thirty years of management and technical expertise supporting our defense community. Frank’s accomplishments include leading several large combatant commands and intelligence programs supporting technical analytics and systems for national and partner nations.


Frank began his career in the Navy, first enlisted, then Commissioned Officer and later a Reserve Officer. After leaving active duty he joined the MITRE Corporation where he spent over twenty-five years in a variety of technical and leadership positions. As a reserve Naval Officer, Frank served in a variety of capacities to include the Operations Officer at the Navy Anti-Terrorism Alert Center, NCIS, Washington, DC after the terror attack of Sept 11, 2001. He also served as an Intelligence Officer at the Pentagon as well as Naval Space Systems Command, Dahlgren, Virginia.


His responsibilities at MITRE included not only supporting the nine world-wide Combatant Commands but working across Defense Intelligence Agency, the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and the intelligence components of the Army, Navy and Air Force. He led various corporate efforts including the Great Power Competition working across US agencies and the US State Department but with allied partners. Frank’s strong capabilities and versatility has included directing Security Cooperation Initiatives among partner nations to leading the internal research for Arctic Communications for USNORTHCOM and the U.S. Coast Guard while managing relationships with Canada


Frank has a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science for the College of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville. In addition to extensive military training, he is a graduate of the Leadership Development Program, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). He is based in the Washington DC area supporting the defense and intelligence agencies.

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