Arcfield awarded $93M follow-on contract to continue development of cross-domain cyber solutions with U.S. Air Force

CHANTILLY, Va., April 16, 2024 ~ Arcfield, a prominent provider of government technology and mission support, has recently been awarded a significant contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The contract, known as the X-Domain Technology Through Research, Evolution, Enhancement, Maintenance and Support – Next Generation (XTREEMS-NG), has a total value of over $93 million and will span five years. This marks a continuation of Arcfield's partnership with AFRL and represents follow-on work for the company.

As part of this program, Arcfield will be responsible for providing full life cycle support for the AFRL Information Support Server Environment (ISSE) and X-domain Agile Rules-Based Information Transfer OrchestratoR (X-ARBITOR) cross-domain solution (CDS) and associated suite of technologies. The main focus of this work will be to enhance the secure transfer of information between networks operating at different classification levels while also safeguarding against evolving cyber threats.

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Kevin Kelly, chairman and CEO of Arcfield, expressed his excitement about the extended partnership with AFRL on the next-generation XTREEMS program. He stated that over the past two decades, Arcfield has made significant progress in achieving seamless secure multi-domain collaboration and looks forward to continuing to advance technology and innovation in this field.

Arcfield's involvement in the XTREEMS program dates back to 2001 when they were originally awarded the contract. Since then, their team of engineers, developers, software designers, and cyber specialists have worked closely with AFRL to improve the capabilities of CDSs and enhance security for various agencies within the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, and coalition mission partners.

This new contract further solidifies Arcfield's position as a leader in government technology and mission support. With their continued dedication to advancing secure cross-domain transfers, they are poised to make even greater strides in this field in the years to come.
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