Frank Posey

Founder & CEO

Frank Posey is the founder and CEO of AlphaSix and was a Captain in the USMC and served in Vietnam from February 1966 through March 1967. He was a platoon leader for the 8-inch Howitzer Battery, 3rd Marine Division, during which time his call sign was Redwood Alpha Six.

Frank spent over 35 years in the IT industry including seven years as a senior manager of Federal business for Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) prior to their acquisition by Compaq Computer Corporation. He also spent six years with IBM prior to his employment with DEC. Frank's primary focus during his tenure with DEC was in Defense and the Intelligence Community. He worked with DuPont, and later Lockheed Martin where he developed Enterprise Solutions and Support Services.

 

Jeff Posey

Founder & President

Jeff Posey is an owner and President of AlphaSix and has been employed in the Federal IT sector since 1993 where he started working at Falcon Microsystems/GTSI, a prominent Federal reseller.

After GTSI, Jeff joined Hewlett-Packard, resulting in a very successful ten-year engagement calling on the Department of State, US Navy, Marines Corps, and the Department of Justice. In 2005, Jeff left HP to join Emtec (formerly Westwood Computer Corporation), where he filled a variety of roles including Senior Account Manager, Federal Services Manager, and, lastly, spent two and a half years as Vice President managing the Federal Sales Organization.

 

Mark Hughes

Founder & Vice President

Mark Hughes is an owner and the VP for Strategic Programs for AlphaSix. Mark started with Federal Data Corporation, a Federal Systems integrator, in 1987 and has since held positions with a number of IT manufacturers including Everex, Acer, and Hewlett-Packard.

During his 13 year employment with HP, Mark held roles as an end user sales rep, a channel sales rep, strategic program manager for SLED and corporate sales, and as a sales manager for SLED and DOD sales. His last position was with Emtec as the Director of DOD Sales.

 

Stephen Moore

Vice President, Engineering

Stephen started working in Federal Government contracting in 1995 at The MITRE Corporation. At MITRE, he supported multiple Department of Defense customers in multiple various computer security areas including intrusion detection and forensics.

In 2000, Stephen became one of the founders and CTO of Crucial Security, Inc. He spent 12 years at Crucial Security supporting the Department of Justice by leading teams in the areas of software and application development, systems engineering, and information security. His last position was as Director of Engineering and Program Manager for Harris, which acquired Crucial Security in 2009.