AUGUSTA (WFXG) — A British-based defense company is getting ready to expand its cyber footprint in the CSRA. BAE Systems has signed off on a massive expansion plan at the Georgia Cyber Center.
“So, it’s quite significant,” said Ken Rector, the BAE Systems regional account manager in Augusta. “It gives us the ability to support the customers’ mission and look on the innovative side and provide solutions.”
Right now, BAE has a tiny office space of about 1,800 square feet. But with this move, it will grow about ten-fold, expanding to take over half of a floor.
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