Acentia Moving to Northern Virginia

Acentia is moving its headquarters from Montgomery County, Md. to Falls Church, Va. according to a Monday announcement from Gov. Bob McDonnell.

Acentia said it will invest $3.1 million and create 60 new jobs as it moves to its new campus.

“By providing access to a highly-skilled and highly-trained workforce and offering geographic proximity to our customers and partners, Fairfax County is uniquely positioned to support our existing and future growth plans,” said Acentia CEO Todd Stottlemyer.

Acentia’s new campus also is home to Computer Sciences Corp., General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman.

CSC, General Dynamics and Northrop have all relocated to Northern Virginia within the past four years. Click over to GovCon Wire for more on contracting firms moving to Virginia.

Check Also

Former L3 Exec Richard Hunter Named EaglePicher Technologies CEO

Richard Hunter, formerly president of L3 Technologies' defense electronic systems division, has been appointed CEO of battery  manufacturer EaglePicher Technologies. He will oversee the delivery of battery products that are designed for aerospace defense and health care applications, EaglePicher said Wednesday.

FBI Issues RFI on IT Architecture Modeling, Project Mgmt Tools

The FBI has posted a request for information on software applications designed to help users create information technology architecture models and map a portfolio of IT projects.

Retired Lt. Gen. Kevin McLaughlin Joins Tyto Athene Executive Advisory Board; Jeff Murray Quoted

Tyto Athene announced on Tuesday that Kevin McLaughlin, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant general, has been appointed to the company’s executive advisory board. He joins Tyto Athene to assist in the growth of the company’s Department of Defense and cyber strategies.