More than 300 new jobs for Fairfax
- September 24, 2009
Six technology, distribution and health-care companies are investing a total of $2.8 million to expand operations in Fairfax County, creating 334 new jobs over the next three years.
The companies are:
- ACS State and Local Solutions, $1.9 million investment, 175 jobs. ACS State and Local Solutions helps local government agencies in transportation, public safety and health and human services.
- Intec LLC, a technology company, $175,000 investment, 63 jobs. Intec is an IT government contractor specializing in solutions for the intelligence community and Department of Homeland Security and Defense.
- RightStar Systems, $250,000 investment, 31 jobs. RightStar offers business consulting.
- Coveros Inc., $213,000, investment, 30 jobs. Coveros is an IT company specializing in project management and software assurance services.
- Senior Living.com, $150,000 investment, 20 jobs. SeniorLiving.com is the Web site of Sunrise Senior Living, a developer and manager of retirement communities.
- Beltway Supply Inc., $100,000, 15 jobs. Beltway Supply offers facility maintenance and safety products to federal, state and local governments.
“Addressing workforce needs is critical to business expansion projects and the Virginia Jobs Investment Program will develop customized services for each of these six companies,” Lynda Sharp Anderson, director of the Virginia Department of Business Assistance, said in a statement. “Virginia’s Jobs Investment Program is currently helping more than 490 businesses retain or create jobs throughout the Commonwealth.”
The VBDA worked with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority to secure the projects.