Cyber center opened in Augusta, Georgia by RaytheonNews
August 01, 2016
DULLES, Va. Officials at Raytheon announced its new cyber facility opened its doors in Augusta, Georgia. It will deliver cybersecurity capabilities to the Department of Defense (DoD), including the U.S. Cyber Command in Fort Gordon.
Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon's Intelligence, Information and Services business, says, "building our presence in Augusta allows us to strengthen our partnership with the Army's new Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon."
Officials say, Fort Gordon is one of few military installations projected to grow over the next few years and Raytheon is expanding its reach to bring its cyber solutions to the Fort Gordon area.
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