Perspecta Expands Presence in Georgia to Drive Cyber Research Efforts

Perspecta Expands Presence in Georgia to Drive Cyber Research Efforts
Perspecta

Perspecta has opened its new location in Georgia as part of the company's efforts to expand its cybersecurity research initiatives.

WFXG reported Monday that the new office is located within the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta and currently houses the operations of 15 to 20 employees.

Jennifer Napper, vice president of Perspecta's U.S. Army segment, said the company also plans to cover initiatives with Augusta University’s Medical College as part of its expansion efforts.

"This is the beginning of our footprint here in Georgia," she noted.

The expansion comes ahead of Perspecta’s plans to grow its portfolio beyond public sector programs, according to the report.

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