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Argon Meets DFARS 252.204-7012

Argon Corporation is Pleased to Announce that it Meets DFARS 252.204-7012 Requirements for Safeguarding DoD Information Alpharetta, Georgia

Argon Corporation, designing and manufacturing Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) and customized rugged display monitors and computers, is pleased to announce that we have successfully made the IT system transition implementing NIST SP 800-171 requirements which fulfills the mandatory requirements of DFARS 252.204-7012.

This process, which begin in 2017 was recently completed. Argon is committed to meeting all necessary regulations and laws for safeguarding Controlled Unclassified Information, or CUI, along with all requirements needed to effectively do business in the C4ISR military market.

To ensure full compliance, Argon employed the team of Secure Open Solutions (SOS), located in Alexandria Virginia. SOS provides customized end-to-end security solutions to identify and mitigate information systems vulnerabilities.

Argon Corporation Now Fully MH-60S (AMCM) Qualified for our ARD19

ARD19, Lockheed Martin

Alpharetta, Georgia – Argon Corporation, designing and manufacturing Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) rugged display monitors and computers, is pleased to announce that our ARD19 rugged display has successfully passed all qualification testing, including environmental, EMI, Electrical/ESD and NVIS Compliance, in support of the U.S. Navy end user for the MH60S Airborne Mine Counter Measures (AMCM) mission. The ARD19 is now an MH-60 qualified unit.

This application required a very specific set of mounting and functional requirements, which Argon demonstrated we could meet. The Argon solution was based on a similar product, the ARD20, 20.1” rugged display, which had completed a full suite of Environmental and Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI) qualification testing for other airborne applications. Leveraging off this experience, Argon was able to successfully demonstrate a design which passed the extreme requirements, particularly vibration, of this rotary wing platform.

Comments Mike Forde, Chief Operating Officer Argon, “This unit will provide not only Lockheed Martin, but all of our customers, with qualified rugged Command & Control (C&C) units for some of the toughest environments that the military market has to offer. This design will serve the market for years to come. We appreciate the opportunity that Lockheed Martin has provided Argon to support such a critical program, and application. We look forward to our continued good working relationship.”

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