Any time a major transaction occurs — IPO, merger, acquisition, divestiture — all eyes turn to the CFO. For Arcfield, one of the newest players in the game after its separation from Peraton, appointing an exceptional CFO was a necessity.
Its selection in Lori Becker was strategic and intentional. Becker is a seasoned executive with a proven record of transformative financial and operational excellence in government contracting and technology sectors.
Prior to joining Arcfield, Becker was CFO at Sierra Nevada Corp., where she served as an executive adviser to leadership on strategic business transactions. Earlier in her career, Becker spent nearly 15 years at Deltek, most recently as CFO, before taking on senior financial roles at various government contractors.
“I enjoy the challenge of standing up systems, defining processes, uncovering efficiencies and navigating the complex world of government contracting,” Becker said. “It’s an opportunity to start fresh, build it right from the start, and prime an organization for ultimate success.”
All eyes are on Arcfield in 2022 as the company gets its footing and sees what happens next. The company is focused on building and executing an organic and inorganic growth strategy while remaining steadfast in its commitment to delivering technology-differentiated mission solutions for its customers.