AUGUSTA (WFXG) — Many states, counties, and even local businesses are now mandating masks.  The increased demand has brought one small company into the spotlight.

“Partnerships with the Georgia Cyber Center and Augusta University and Augusta Technical College, The—all of those are designed to help general Fogarty solve his national mission,” said Sam Anderson, the executive vice president of Softact Solutions.

Joy Barr’s work crosses over into multiple companies too.

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