Agile Cyber Technology

Agile Cyber Technology (ACT) is a $300M Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) ceiling contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate (AFRL/RI) to provide a focused yet flexible, rapid contracting vehicle between Air Force Research Laboratory, its Product Centers, and Operational Community to support rapid research, development, prototyping, demonstration, evaluation and transition of cyber capabilities.

ACT Technical Areas include:

  • Cyber Threat Avoidance & Cyber Defense
  • Full Spectrum Cyber Operations
  • Cyber Network Exploitation
  • Cyber Situational & Mission Awareness
  • Cyber Command & Control
  • Cyber Modeling Simulation & War Gaming
  • Cyber Infrastructure
  • Cyber Mission Assurance
  • Integrate Innovative Cyber Technologies to Enable Cyber Superiority
  • Facilitate Technology Transition

ACT Technical Activities include:

  • R&D
  • Design
  • Prototyping
  • Demonstration
  • Scenario Development
  • Experimentation & Evaluation
  • Integration
  • Testing
  • Technical Installation
  • Transition
  • Support Through Initial Operations
  • Policies & Procedures 

ACT  is available for use by non-DoD agencies such as DOD, DHS, DOJ, etc.

Additional team members can easily be added.

Teaming Info

Contract Number:

Period of Performance:
July 2012 – October 2019

Points of Contact

Rick Lockridge
ACT Program Manager
Rome, NY
(315) 430-1497 (Office)

Bryan Johnson
Deputy ACT Program Manager
Huntsville, AL
(256) 704-3424 (Office)

Brad Atkins
ACT Contracts Administrator
Huntsville, AL
(256) 489-8584 (Office)
(256) 489-8201 (Fax)