Home of US Army Cyber Command and the Georgia Cyber Center

CyberCity Augusta

Workforce. Infrastructure. Partners.
We are utilizing federal, state and local investments to build
the premier 21st century CyberSecurity Ecosystem.
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Our story begins...

The US Army created what would become US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) in 2010 to begin the development of new age cyberwarriors. It was clear a location for a unified headquarters was needed and most current spaces were full at existing federal facilities near.

With room for growth, Augusta, Ga's Fort Gordon became the primary target. Fort Gordon was already home to the Army's Signal Center of Excellence housing the Signal School and NSA-Georgia.

Downtown Augusta, Georgia, located on the Savannah River.
The Cyber Operations Center on Fort Gordon, Augusta, Ga.

Army Cyber Command

In 2014, it was announced that US Army Cyber Command, the Army Cyber Center of Excellence and a portion of the Army's Intelligence and Security Command would be relocating to Fort Gordon in Augusta, GA. With $1.6 billion in new construction underway through 2028, the new command will bring over 17,000 new military personnel, civilians, contractors and family members to the greater Augusta region.

Fort Gordon

Fort Gordon's main mission is to serve as the home of Army Cyber Command and the Joint Forces Headquarters for Cyber. This includes serving as the home for the Cyber Center of Excellence and its Cyber school and Signal school. Components of Army Intelligence and Security Command as well as NSA-Georgia are located on post, along with operations units from the Navy, the Air Force, the Marines and reserve and national guard units. The Fort is also home to Eisenhower Army Medical Center. The command structure includes one three-star general, one two-star general and five one-star generals.

Campus plan for the Army Cyber Center of Excellence, Fort Gordon

With more than $1.6 billion slated for construction, Fort Gordon now hosts the largest military construction program in the continental United States and is scheduled for completion in 2028. During the next few years, 25 individual projects will comprise a multi-year facilities modernization plan. The largest single piece of the project, the Cyber Center of Excellence (above), has an estimated value of $934 million upon its completion.

Cyber & Tech Companies

There are hundreds of new IT and cyber graduates each year from regional schools. Hundreds more skilled cyberwarriors are transitioning every year from the military to civilian life and choosing to stay in Augusta. And hundreds more are relocating here for the incredible opportunities. A number of companies, like the ones listed below, are taking advantage of the talent that's here.

Shouldn't you?

And there's more! Other tech companies in town include: A3 Missions, Alion, Athena Technology Group, Advanced Technology Leaders, Inc., Burning Castle, C4 Planning Solutions, Choisys Technologies, Corsica Technologies, Drayton, Drayton and Lamar, Graham Technologies, LEAD Endeavours, Legal Spark, LNO Inc, Mosaic Technology Group, Network Designs, Inc., OmniSYS, OPS Consulting, OPS Tech Alliance, OSC Edge, Premier Networx, SageNext, SecureGive, SRC, Two Six Labs and Zapata Technologies.

More are arriving every week. Seriously... come and join us!

Middle school students at Cyber Patriot Camp.

Alliance for CyberSecurity Education

Recognizing the workforce demand that Army Cyber would bring to the Augusta region, the community has launched the Alliance for CyberSecurity Education (ACE). This is an education partnership between regional universities, technical colleges, chambers, K-12 school systems and Fort Gordon to develop education tracks for both youth and adults and prepare them for work in cybersecurity jobs. Efforts have seen regional cybersecurity program graduates increase by nearly 200% over five years.

The Georgia Cyber Center

The Georgia Cyber Center is a unique public/private collaboration among academia, state, federal and local government, law enforcement, the U.S. Army and the private sector. With two adjacent buildings totaling 332,000 square feet, the Georgia Cyber Center, located on the Nathan Deal Campus for Innovation in Augusta, is designed to meet the growing need for cybersecurity talent in Georgia, the nation and across the globe.

The facility currently houses Augusta Technical College's Cybersecurity programs, Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, BAE Systems, CSRA Alliance for Fort Gordon, Defense Digital Service, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Cyber Crime Center, Network Designs, Northrup Grumman, OPS Consulting, Parsons, Perspecta, theClubhou.se and Two Six Labs. The facility also houses the state's only cyber range as well as a cyber innovation center. For more information, visit gacybercenter.org

Cyber Ecosystem

It takes a lot of partners to make the CyberCity a success. From governments and non-profits to business associations and educators, we're bringing diverse players together to make Augusta the 21st century cyber hub.

Life in CyberCity Augusta

The heart of CyberCity Augusta is found in both Richmond County and Columbia County. We have access to nearly 100 miles of cycling and running trails, lakes, golf, entertainment, sports, music and so much more!

Get in touch

This site is a collaboration between the Augusta Economic Development Authority, the Development Authority of Columbia County and the Georgia Power Community & Economic Development organization.

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