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AFRL Units Collaborate in New Joint-Use Secure Corporate Facility

New AFRL facility

AFRL Units Collaborate in New Joint-Use Secure Corporate Facility

The Air Force Research Laboratory has opened a new joint-use Secure Corporate Facility at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The facility offers a one-stop shop for collaboration and communication in an expansive workspace with premier network security. It can accommodate multiple teams, enabling effective communication across organizations.

Four AFRL offices and directorates fielded 17 individuals in the team that created the facility.

AFRL Executive Director Timothy Sakulich described the facility as “a leap forward” for the laboratory’s researchers to have the workspace and tools for leading the delivery of game-changing technologies.

A newly consolidated information technology, security and cyber team from the Aerospace Systems Directorate, the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate and the Integrated Capabilities Directorate will occupy the facility. 

The building provides three 30-person conference rooms with full video conferencing equipment for classified meetings and customer engagements. Small- and large-team rooms individually configurable and controllable are also provided.

The facility is also available for short-term partnering activities with other Department of Defense and non-DOD science and technology partners, AFRL said

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