SAP National Security Services, Inc., a provider of national security and critical infrastructure solutions, will invest $6 million to expand its operation in Fairfax County, Virginia. The project is expected to create 95 new jobs.
“We are pleased to expand our operations in Fairfax County’s thriving technology corridor,” said Mark Testoni, President & CEO of SAP NS2. “This area offers us access to a talented tech workforce with close proximity to our customers and business partners.”
“Virginia is a leader in the IT and cybersecurity fields because of cutting-edge companies like SAP NS2, which is working tirelessly to advance our national security,” said Governor Terry McAuliffe.
“SAP NS2’s decision to reinvest in Fairfax County and Virginia is a strong testament to our competitive business environment, unparalleled technology workforce, and strategic access to the nation’s capital. Creating tech-savvy, well-paid jobs of the 21st century remains critical to building the new Virginia economy, and we are proud to support the company’s growth,” he added.
“It’s exciting to see SAP NS2 expanding its footprint in Fairfax County and the commonwealth and benefitting from our topnotch workforce resource offered through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Todd Haymore.
“We boast the largest cybersecurity workforce in the U.S., with over 85,000 Virginians working in this growing sector. Our robust pipeline of talent cannot be overstated, and was undoubtedly a critical factor in SAP NS2’s decision to expand in the commonwealth,” he added.
Virginia Economic Development Partnership will support SAP NS2’s new job creation through its Virginia Jobs Investment Program.
“Fairfax County is a perfect location for a company like SAP NS2 that uses a big data platform for national security work. We have the right kind of workforce and proximity to customers in both the public and private sectors,” said Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D., President and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority.