Raytheon Opens Hub Near Future Army Cyber Command HQ; Dave Wajsgras Comments

Dave Wajsgras

Raytheon has opened a new facility in Augusta, Georgia that will act as a center for the company’s cybersecurity services to the U.S. Army Cyber Command as the latter organization continues relocating to Fort Gordon.

The center will also support the company’s cyber offerings to other Defense Department agencies, Raytheon said Monday.

Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon’s intelligence segment, said the company aims to build upon its work for other military entities in the fields of cyber hardening, computer network defense and training.

The Army plans to boost the student population in Fort Gordon by approximately 500 service members per year as well as add 2,600 military, 900 civilian and 200 contractor jobs to the base’s workforce by 2019.

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