MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), announced this week that it has opened its newest office in Augusta, Ga., near Fort Gordon military installation.
The new Fort Gordon office increases the company’s presence substantially and reach into United States Army Cyber Command and intelligence units, as well as TRADOC’s Cyber and Signal Centers of Excellence located at Fort Gordon, according to a MacB press release.
“We have long supported many of the intelligence units located at Fort Gordon,” said Sid Fuchs, president and chief executive officer of MacB. “The opening of our newest office in Augusta reflects our continued commitment to working closely with our customers. At the same time, it expands our ability to provide Army Cyber Command, the Cyber and Signal Centers of Excellence and other joint cyber organizations with our unique cyber capabilities.”
MacB is a national security company delivering advanced engineering services and product solutions to defense, intelligence, special operations forces, homeland security and federal agencies. MacB’s Cyber, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) and Information Operations (IO) solutions and services are designed to immediately identify, respond to and neutralize threats, as well as identify and exploit vulnerabilities in target environments.
The new workplace is set to supply the company with the logistical support necessary for cultivating business and relationships with civilian, military and business leaders who are located near Fort Gordon. It also solidifies MacB’s expansion in the mid-Atlantic.
MacB Vice President Dan Gutierrez will lead the Fort Gordon-based office and initiatives.
Locally, MacB operates its national capital headquarters from Vienna, Va. and its corporate headquarters from Dayton, Ohio.