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Minority tech company to expand headquarters in Fairfax and add 120 new jobs

Governor Ralph Northam today, March 27, announced that Zantech IT Services, Inc., a provider of leading-edge technology solutions to federal government and industry, will invest $317,853 to expand its corporate offices in Fairfax County. Virginia successfully competed with Washington D.C., Maryland, and West Virginia for the project, which will create 120 new jobs.

Founded in 20017, the minority-owned company’s professional services span the full IT lifecycle, focusing on program support, applications development, and systems operations and maintenance.

“Strengthening Virginia’s position as a leader in information technology remains one of my highest priorities and partnering with a forward-looking firm like Zantech reinforces the Commonwealth’s reputation as an epicenter for this industry,” said Governor Northam in a news release. “With this expansion, the company will continue to benefit from Northern Virginia’s proximity to the nation’s capital on top of its outstanding workforce and business climate, making this region one of the most desirable destinations for IT businesses worldwide. We look forward to Zantech’s continued growth in Fairfax County,” Northam added.

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