PRNewswire — CHANTILLY, Va., April 20, 2022 – Arcfield announced today that John Avalos has been named chief growth officer (CGO) and Ted Fidder has been named chief technology officer (CTO) (CLO). Together, Avalos and Fidder will bring cutting-edge technological solutions to the federal market. Systems engineering and integration, C5ISR, and digital transformation are the core competencies of Arcfield. We are a leading provider of innovative solutions in support of the most critical intelligence and defence missions of our nation.
As CGO, Avalos oversees all aspects of Arcfield’s business development, including pipeline management, new business development, and the company’s capture and proposal processes. For more than two decades, he has worked with a range of government clients, including military, intelligence, and civilian, and has a track record of building and leading high-performing teams and accelerating business growth.
Fidder’s responsibilities as CTO include overseeing Arcfield’s technical innovation, differentiation, and strategy, as well as developing and implementing technology roadmaps, implementing technical solutions for priority captures, and overseeing the company’s internal R&D portfolio. Over the course of 30 years, Fidder has developed a proven track record of successfully converting technological advancements into mission solutions for government customers.
“We are thrilled to have Ted and John join the Arcfield family,” said Kevin Kelly, Arcfield’s CEO. From a company spokesperson, “To ensure that we continue to serve our customers with the latest technological and operational advancements, these two leaders will play a critical role in the development and implementation of strategies supporting our growth from both a business and innovation perspective.”
The day-to-day operations of SOSi were overseen by Avalos while he was the chief operating officer there prior to joining Arcfield. Prior to that, he was the head of Booz Allen Hamilton’s business development division after serving as a vice president in the intelligence and security division of BAE Systems.
After serving as CACI International’s vice president of innovation and technology, Fidder was named an honorary fellow of the Bell Labs. For the past five years, he served as CTO of LGS Innovations, where he led teams that provided mission-critical wireless solutions services to the federal government. He previously served as CTO of applied research and technology at Lucent Technologies and as a consulting member of the technical staff at AT & T Bell Labs for more than 20 years.
Also read: Servus Credit Union is proud to support Alberta Computers for Schools as a technology donor