SAP NS2 Plans IT, Cyber Business Expansion in Virginia; Mark Testoni Comments

SAP NS2 Plans IT, Cyber Business Expansion in Virginia; Mark Testoni Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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SAP National Security Services plans to invest $6 million and create 95 new jobs through expansion of its information technology and cybersecurity business operations in Fairfax County, Virginia.

“We are pleased to expand our operations in Fairfax County’s thriving technology corridor,“ Mark Testoni, SAP NS2 president and CEO, said in a statement published Thursday.

“This area offers us access to a talented tech workforce with close proximity to our customers and business partners,” added Testoni.

The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority and the Virginia Economic Development Partnership collaborated to secure the project with SAP NS2.

VEDP aims to help the company bring new jobs through the state-funded Virginia Jobs Investment Program, which offers consultative services and funds to companies with job creation or employee training initiatives.

SAP NS2 established a presence in Fairfax County in 2007 and the company’s Herndon office currently employs more than 150 workers.

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