Fort Meade Field Site

The Maryland Field Office at Fort Meade is an asset for the Laboratory's cybersecurity research and development efforts for the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community.
The Fort Meade field office supports research and development of new cyber technologies for the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community organizations.
The Fort Meade field office supports research and development of new cyber technologies for the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community organizations.

This field office in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, supports research and development efforts for the National Security Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, the Defense Information Systems Agency, and other Department of Defense and Intelligence Community organizations. The 7,000 square-foot facility is located in the National Business Park across 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. The field office enables use of important government data to validate new technology concepts and operational personnel to transition Laboratory technology. 

The facility enables the Laboratory to directly participate with the rich technology research and development community at Fort Meade and to collaborate with area universities. It includes a hardware security research and development laboratory and is a node on a multi-organizational test bed for researching security Internet-of-Things devices.