Friday, December 08, 2006


RSOC it to me

Charlie Norwood's office announced a big construction contract at Ft. Gordon today. Watch the Metro Spirit for more...but for now, here's the release:

National Security Agency Operations Center
Project Moves Forward at Fort Gordon

(Fort Gordon, GA) - U.S. Representative Charlie Norwood (R-GA) today announced that a construction contract has been awarded for a new operations center for the National Security Agency/Central Security Service Cryptologic Center in Georgia - NSAG.

"This is a great day for America's security and intelligence forces, for Fort Gordon, and for the CSRA," says Norwood, who lobbied extensively for the facility in recent years. "We're now cleared for groundbreaking, and that means we've passed the last conceivable hurdle to the center becoming a reality."

[Knock on wood!]

Norwood says infrastructure improvements and expanded national security missions at Fort Gordon were critical to the Fort's staying off the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) list ...

According to the U.S. Army, a contract for $23,127.979 was awarded this week to Phelps/Keweit [sic] Joint Venture of Chantilly, Virginia, for construction of the operations center, with an estimated completion date of June 29, 2010.

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