Wyle Moves Information Systems Group Closer to Biz Hub Tysons Corner

Tom Anderson, Wyle Information Systems Group

Systems integrator Wyle will move the headquarters of its Information Systems Group to a new facility in McLean, Va.

The Information Systems Group provides information-based solutions focused on cyber, enterprise and business offerings to the Department of Defense, NASA, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Transportation, Health and Human Services, Department of Veterans Affairs and many other agencies.

“This is an exciting time at Wyle as we continue to evolve our business in the Washington, D.C., area,” said Tom Anderson, president of the Information Systems Group. “The entire Wyle team is very excited about this move and is looking forward to the new environment.”

The new location on 1600 International Drive in McLean will include state-of-the-art workspaces, conferencing capabilities and a Solutions Innovation Center in 2011. It will also provide the capability for Wyle Information Systems to test and demonstrate innovations to its customers.

“Wyle will be taking the top two floors at 1600 International Drive with building signage,” said Dominic Orfitelli, CB Richard Ellis senior vice president. With this move, the company is upgrading its office spaces and provides a more convenient location for their customers, near the business hub in Tysons Corner.”

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