ATLANTA, October 17, 2019 —Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that Parsons Corporation, a leading cybersecurity technology provider, is expanding their operations at the Georgia Cyber Center by adding more than 80 new jobs.
“We are thrilled a leading cybersecurity company like Parsons is seeing rapid growth at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta,” said Governor Kemp. “This expansion showcases the Cyber Center’s tremendous impact on the cyber industry in our state and the CSRA. These additional, high-quality jobs will only add to Georgia’s resume as a national leader in the cyber industry and a key national security asset.”
In August 2019, Governor Kemp announced Parsons’ initial decision to locate and create 26 new jobs at the Cyber Center in Augusta. This most recent expansion is the result of Parsons’ growing cyber business as U.S. Army Cyber Command at Fort Gordon continues to promote the growth of the industry in Augusta.