KPMG Adds 375 Jobs in Tysons Corner, Virginia
"Tysons was the best fit among the options we considered, in part because our customer base in northern Virginia has grown tremendously in recent years," said Candy Duncan, managing partner for KPMG's Washington metro area.
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership and the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority partnered to bring the project to Virginia. The Governor's Opportunity Fund will provide a $250,000 grant to partially fund the project, and the Virginia Department of Business Assistance will offer training assistance through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.
"Any time a firm of this caliber expands in Fairfax County, it is exceptionally good news," said Gerald L. Gordon, president and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority.
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