Huntsville, AL – Radiance Technologies, Inc. (Radiance) Cyber Solutions Group (CSG) has been awarded the Cyber Platforms and Capabilities – Efficiency (CPAC-E) task on the Agile Cyber Technology 2 (ACT2) contract. The task is valued at $97M over a five-year period of performance. Radiance will provide cyber operational platforms and capabilities to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), its Products Centers, and the Operational Community to facilitate the successful execution of United States cyber mission objectives.
Under the CPAC-E task, Radiance will conduct research, development, enhancement, integration, and facilitate the transition of cyber technology across varying entities of the United States (U.S.) Government and coalition forces to increase the ability of the U.S. to more efficiently conduct cyber operations, cross discipline operations such as cyber-kinetic operations, and cross domain operations including air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace. To facilitate the successful transition of cyber technology, Radiance will provide testing, evaluation, assessment, prototyping, modeling, simulation, derivation of documentation, and demonstrations to showcase technology in exercises, experiments, and war-games.
“This is Radiance’s first task award under ACT2 and we are excited to support AFRL and their cyber mission partners,” said Mr. Rick Lockridge, Radiance Assistant Vice President CSG and ACT2 Program Manager. Adding, “CPAC-E will allow us to develop, enhance, integrate, and transition cyber-range-type environments to rapidly test and experiment with newly developed technologies.”
ACT2 is a five-year, $950M, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle to research, develop, and integrate cyber solutions to address emerging requirements for the Air Force and its mission partners.