|Ministry of Defence Corsham|
|Near Corsham, Wiltshire in England|
Location within Wiltshire
|Type||Military communications centre|
|Owner||Ministry of Defence|
|Operator||Joint Forces Command|
|Controlled by||Information Systems and Services|
The War Office bought a section of the Pockeridge estate to provide space for Basil Hill Barracks in 1936. It became the headquarters of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps Territorial Army in the 1980s.
Located on the former Basil Hill Barracks site, MoD Corsham is the product of a £690 million development project that was completed at the end of 2011. The site is home to the Ministry of Defence's Global Operations Security Control Centre (GOSCC), the Joint Security Co-ordination Centre (JSyCC) and Joint Forces Command's Information Systems and Services (JFC ISS)
In addition to GOSCC, JSyCC and JFC ISS, MoD Corsham is home to several other MoD units. It served as the headquarters of the British Army's No:2 Signal Brigade (disbanded in 2012) and accommodates the 10th Signal Regiment and 600 Signal Troop.
In April 2016, the announcement of a planned Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC) stated that Corsham will be its preferred location. The Operations Centre will work alongside the planned civilian National Cyber Security Centre.
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