Jackson County has received a $136,516 state homeland security grant to create a backup data center to restore critical services in the event of a breakdown, a disaster or a terrorist attack.

Jackson County has received a $136,516 state homeland security grant to create a backup data center to restore critical services in the event of a breakdown, a disaster or a terrorist attack.

The backup data center will have data protection for other county agencies as well.

— Damian Mann