BayFirst Moves to New D.C. Corporate HQ; Kevin Gooch Comments

BayFirst Solutions has relocated its corporate headquarters to a facility situated close to several of the consulting firm’s government customers in Washington, D.C.

The company said its newly opened office at 1025 Vermont Ave. NW has an open floor plan and features conference and collaborative working spaces equipped with communications technology platforms.

“We’d outgrown our previous space and have been looking for 2 years to relocate for the future expansion of our company and to provide pioneering resources to our industry partners and government clients,” said BayFirst CEO Kevin Gooch.

The office was designed after the company gathered input from its employees and customers about real properties and technologies necessary to provide defense and homeland security consultation services.

BayFirst holds a spot on the the General Services Administration‘s potential $15 billion Alliant 2 Small Business contract vehicle.

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