Intact Technology to expand Fairfax HQ
Growth expected to produce 40 jobs
Fairfax-based IT consulting firm Intact Technology will expand its headquarters, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday.
The expansion will create more than 40 jobs, and Intact will invest at least $700,000, the governor’s office said.
Virginia competed against Maryland for the project. In 2020, Intact relocated its headquarters from Greenbelt, Maryland, to Reston. The company was named to the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Tech 100 list, which recognizes groundbreaking companies, leaders and innovators within the Greater Washington region’s tech community.
“Intact is breaking the IT consulting model with our focus on speed, simplicity, value and risk reduction through our IT operations software implementation and managed service offering,” Intact Technology President Jason Hampel said in a statement. “The demand for Intact’s game-changing approach from federal agencies and Fortune 1000 companies is driving tremendous growth. By residing in Virginia and Fairfax County, we are in the center of a progressive community full of other thought leaders to grow with and learn from.”
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership worked with the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority to secure the project for Virginia and will support Intact Technology’s job creation through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.
“Virginia has the infrastructure and robust talent pipeline that IT firms like Intact Technology need to succeed,” Northam said in a statement. “The commonwealth has the highest concentration of tech workers in the nation. We are pushing new boundaries as an industry leader, thanks in large part to our innovative partners, including Intact Technology.”