The National Security Agency (NSA) will hold career expos in Georgia and South Carolina this month as part of its drive to hire approximately 1,500 people enterprise-wide every year through 2008. NSA is holding these expos away from its Ft. Meade, Maryland, campus to widen its reach for top talent and to highlight areas other than its headquarters where some of the new hires will be assigned. Subsequent expos will be held in Texas and Hawaii.
NSA recruiters will be in Columbia, South Carolina, on March 15; in Atlanta on March 16; and in Augusta, on March 17, 2005. NSA is hiring intelligence analysts, language analysts, computer scientists, computer/electrical engineers, mathematicians, signals analysts, cryptanalysts, accountants, budget/financial analysts, investigators, and police officers.
NSA is continuing to develop a global cryptologic enterprise that is resilient, agile, and effective in prosecuting a dynamic target/threat environment. By way of these career expos, it hopes to reach out and attract the best and the brightest that the nation has to offer in support of NSA's mission and improve NSA's capabilities to continue to provide critical intelligence to policymakers and war fighters.