U.S. ARMY CYBER COMMAND IN AUGUSTA
Effective 2020, Fort Gordon in Augusta is home to U.S. Army Cyber Command, the central post for all of the U.S. Army’s cybersecurity operations. 4,700 high-tech military personnel will be relocated to Fort Gordon as part of the growth within military intelligence, cyber, and the NSA, with the Army spending an estimated $2.1 billion in facility improvements by 2020.
Cyber Center of Excellence is the Army’s epicenter for training and development of cyber warriors. NSA Georgia operates a 600,000 sq. ft. cryptologic center at Fort Gordon. Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation and Training, state-owned facility for public and private industries, opens $60 million Phase One in 2018.