Arcfield hires pair for leadership roles
Chantilly defense contractor has new COO, CAO
Chantilly-based defense contractor Arcfield has hired Robert Gallegos as chief operating officer and Chris McCall as chief administration officer.
Both will report to Arcfield CEO and Chairman Kevin Kelly, who was named CEO and chairman in December 2021.
Formerly called CTFV Acquisition Corp., Arcfield is a portfolio company of The Veritas Capital Vantage Fund LP. The company provides systems engineering and integration capabilities to defense clients. In September 2021, Herndon-based government contractor Peraton sold its systems engineering, integration and support services business to CTVF, prompting the change to Arcfield.
Gallegos and McCall were part of the LGS Innovations leadership team, who, with Kelly, led the company through a spinoff from Lucent Technologies Inc. and then an acquisition by Reston-based Fortune 500 federal contractor CACI International Inc.
Gallegos will oversee day-to-day performance and management of Arcfield’s business sectors. McCall will help plan, define and execute corporate strategy with responsibility over business operations, investment management and strategic growth.
“I am pleased that Robert and Chris have joined the leadership team at Arcfield,” said Kelly in a statement. “Their dedication to mission, innovation-first mindset and proven experience and success serving intelligence and defense customers will be invaluable to Arcfield as we further establish our place in the market. I look forward to building on our already strong and established working relationship at Arcfield.”
Arcfield has 16 offices around the world and 1,200 engineers, analysts, IT specialists and other employees.