The Georgia Defense Industrial Base Task Force was developed by the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Technology Association of Georgia in partnership with various industry stakeholders to assist the DIB with resiliency.
The Task Force’s 2020 goal is to support the defense industrial base developing cyber resiliency with the support of the State of Georgia and other key industry stakeholders.
Through industry partnerships and collaboration, the Task Force provides training, collaboration, recruitment and compliance assistance for the Defense Industrial Base.
Members and guests of the Task Force receive access to resources and materials to assist them with managing federal compliance requirements including DFARs, ITAR, CMMC and more.
The Task Force is actively recruiting additional subject matter experts to support the mission of the Task Force. If you are part of the DIB and interested in contributing, collaborating, or collecting information related to cyber resiliency please reach out to us
Task Force Members
Technology Association of Georgia
Georgia Centers of Innovation
Adams and Reese LLP
Georgia Department of Economic Development, Centers of Innovation
The Clunhou.se at the Cyber Center
Augusta University and Cyber Center
Georgia Institute of Technology
The University of Georgia SBDC
Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC)
Director, TSYS Cybersecurity Center
Columbus State University
Recent Georgia Defense Industrial Base Taskforce blog posts
DFARS Interim Rule: Major Changes to CMMC and Contract Requirements
Significant changes are confirmed for DoD contracts per a new Interim Rule to DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 published on September 29, 2020 and going into effect November 30, 2020.
All DoD contractors must act as soon as possible to ensure they will continue to qualify for contracts, task orders, and delivery orders with this DFARS clause.