Excivity, a developer of custom software and hardware technologies, will invest approximately $392,000 to expand its operation in Fairfax County, Virginia.
The company will add 7,000 square feet of office space to support its growing technology development business line, as well as additional software developers, quality assurance specialists, and DevOps gurus.
“Northern Virginia and our proximity to the DC Metro area are both key factors enabling Excivity’s success,” said Matthew Ramsey, President & CEO of Excivity. “We operate in a region heavily focused on creating security-focused technologies for unique missions, and our expertise in technology development and cybersecurity is directly applicable to many entities in the area.”
The project is expected to create 45 new jobs. The Virginia Economic Development Partnership will support Excivity’s new job creation through its Virginia Jobs Investment Program.
“The Commonwealth prides itself on being a prime environment for the booming technology industry, and Excivity is a great example of what cutting-edge companies can achieve in Virginia,” said Governor Ralph Northam. “Ten years since its founding, this young company is more than doubling its team with this expansion, which is a powerful testament to Fairfax County’s strong talent pool and business climate that fosters growth.”
“Excivity is an impressive entrepreneurial success story for Fairfax County and Virginia, and we are honored the company will continue its critical work in the Commonwealth,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Brian Ball. “Creating well-paid, 21st-century jobs is essential to a stronger Virginia economy, and we thank Excivity for contributing to our efforts.”
“I am delighted to see Excivity growing in Fairfax County because its work in software and hardware, applications, investigations, and training illustrates just how the deep the cyber- and security-related cluster is here,” said Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D., President & CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. “More than a quarter of people employed in Fairfax County work in technology jobs, and this is a company that can take full advantage of the highly skilled workforce we have in the county and throughout the Washington region.”