Arcfield, a U.S. government services and mission support provider, has announced that it has secured multiple classified systems contracts from an unnamed U.S. intelligence agency. The contracts are worth $158 million in the 2023 fiscal first quarter. The contracted work includes enterprise engineering, integration, and verification and validation of space and ground systems, infrastructure, and mission applications both in development and operation. Arcfield will also provide acquisition and strategic planning, simulation, analysis, and verification services. Arcfield Chairman and CEO Kevin Kelly said in a statement that the company has been trusted to support some of the nation’s most critical space-related and national security missions for over six decades. He added that the company is honored to extend its long-standing relationship with the Intelligence Community as they work together to pioneer innovative systems and solutions through investments in digital engineering, high-fidelity satellite analysis, and multi-cloud optimization.