MIT Lincoln Laboratory opens field site in Maryland

On 30 April, Lincoln Laboratory opened a field site in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. The 2700-square-foot site, which includes conference rooms, offices, and space for experimentation, will be used to support research and development efforts sponsored by the National Security Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, the Defense Information Systems Agency, and other Department of Defense and Intelligence Community organizations. The new field office is located in the National Business Park across the Baltimore-Washington Parkway from the U.S. Army's Fort George G. Meade, which is the Department of Defense's principal center for information, intelligence, and cyber operations.

Ribbon-cutting for new Lincoln Laboratory field siteLincoln Laboratory Director Eric Evans (center), Jeffrey Gottschalk, Associate Leader of the Cyber Systems and Operations Group (on left), and Stephen Rejto, Head of the Cyber Security and Information Sciences Division (on right) cut the ribbon to open the Maryland field site. Christopher Putko, Senior Administrative Officer in the Communication Systems Division (far left) and William Semancik, Senior Staff in the Cyber Systems and Operations Group (far right) assisted with the formalities.

 

Posted May 2015

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