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Arcfield Secures $93M Air Force Contract to Continue Cross-Domain Cyber Solutions Development

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Arcfield Secures $93M Air Force Contract to Continue Cross-Domain Cyber Solutions Development

The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded Arcfield a follow-on contract valued at over $93 million to further develop secure cross-domain cyber solutions.

The five-year contract extends Arcfield’s involvement in the X-Domain Technology Through Research, Evolution, Enhancement, Maintenance and Support – Next Generation program, which focuses on enhancing the capabilities of cross-domain solutions, Arcfield announced.

The program tasks Arcfield to continue supporting the AFRL’s Information Support Server Environment, the X-domain Agile Rules-Based Information Transfer OrchestratoR system and related technologies. Arcfield’s work aims to ensure secure two-way data exchange between networks with different security levels and fortify its defenses against evolving cyberthreats.

Arcfield’s team has partnered closely with the AFRL on the XTREEMS program since 2001, working together to improve CDS capabilities and the security and agility of cross-domain transfers. The partnership has since benefitted agencies within the Department of Defense, intelligence community and mission partners.

Kevin Kelly, Arcfield’s chairman and chief executive officer and a 2024 Wash100 awardee, highlighted the extended partnership and emphasized the significant progress the XTREEMS program has made over the past two decades in achieving seamless and secure multi-domain collaboration

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