General Dynamics opens Colorado data center; 100 jobs expected - Denver Business Journal - by Jeff Clabaugh Washington Business Journal
A unit of giant defense contractor General Dynamics Corp. has opened a data center in Westminster to support its work for the Department of Homeland Security.
The company's Information Technology division's new Colorado data center will support its work for DHS's U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a contract General Dynamics first won in 2007.
The new facility, a LEED-certified complex, will employ about 100 IT workers when fully staffed, including service desk agents, IT security specialists, engineers and administrators.
It is General Dynamics Information Technology's first dedicated data center, and has room for future expansion.
USCIS is responsible for processing and verifying applications for those seeking to work and live in the U.S. It also aids in political and humanitarian asylum cases and manages applications for Americans seeking foreign adoptions.