Perspecta Marks Move to Georgia Cyber Center
Perspecta CEO and Chairman Mac Curtis, a Potomac Officers Club member and 2020 Wash100 awardee, said he expects the Georgia Cyber Center to attract highly skilled cyber professionals needed for complex cyber challenges.
“We are excited to make the move to Fort Gordon alongside our ARCYBER customer and are honored to support them as they defend our nation in this critical domain,” Curtis said.
Perspecta said the move will create 178 job opportunities that will support ARCYBER's headquarters relocation from Fort Belvoir in Virginia.
The company is currently recruiting engineers, analysts, investigators and solution architects who will help provide comprehensive cyberspace operations support.
According to Perspecta, the move will also benefit Joint Forces Headquarters-Cyber, ARCYBER subordinate components, service components of U.S. Cyber Command and other Department of Defense cyber mission partners.
The $100M Georgia Cyber Center was created out of a collaboration among state and federal governments, academia and the private sector.
Perspecta said the site was built to fulfill a vision of solving complex cybersecurity challenges, developing the region's cyber workforce and offering unbiased advice to policymakers.
Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, Perspecta is a government services company that specializes in information technology and services.
The company boasts a diverse portfolio of capabilities that support customers in the defense, intelligence, civilian, health care and state and local markets.
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