IT consulting firm Intact Technology to expand Fairfax County headquarters, create more than 40 new jobs
Gov. Ralph Northam announced today that Intact Technology, a software consulting and managed services firm, will invest more than $700,000 to expand its headquarters in Fairfax County and create more than 40 jobs.
In 2020, the company relocated its headquarters from Greenbelt, Md., to its new Virginia location at 12700 Sunrise Valley Drive in Reston. Virginia successfully competed with Maryland for the expansion project. The company will expand its headquarters as it hires new employees.
“Intact is breaking the traditional IT consulting model with our focus on speed, simplicity, value, and risk reduction through our IT operations software implementation and managed service offering,” said Intact Technology President Jason Hampel. “The demand for our game-changing approach from federal agencies and Fortune 1000 companies is driving tremendous growth. By residing in Virginia and Fairfax County, we are in the center of a progressive community full of other thought leaders to grow with and learn from.”
Intact has deployed the first fixed-price, outcome-based, customer-focused consulting service. Its laser focus on driving customer success through speed and agility has helped some of the world’s largest companies and federal agencies do more with less, faster, and accelerate digital transformation. For the first time, a consulting service creates value for all stakeholders. Intact contractually takes on customer risk where other consulting companies contractually avoid it and provides the best value for customers in the industry. Founded in 1994, Intact empowers IT leaders to deliver meaningful business outcomes through IT software consulting and managed services that are 100 percent risk-free, adoption-focused, and surprisingly simple.
“We are delighted to see Intact Technology expanding so quickly after moving to Northern Virginia, because its IT consulting focus is a great match for the tech-talent pipeline that we are attracting and growing here,” said Victor Hoskins, president and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. “We are proud of the second vote of confidence the company has made in our business climate.”
“I congratulate and thank Intact Technology for growing in Reston,” said Fairfax County Supervisor Walter Alcorn (Hunter Mill District). “Their growth is evidence of our dynamic business environment that helps fulfill one of the original seven founding principles of this community – that Reston should be a financial success.”
The FCEDA worked with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership to secure the project for Virginia and will support Intact Technology’s job creation through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP). State-funded VJIP provides consultative services and funding to companies creating new jobs in order to support employee recruitment and training activities. As a business incentive supporting economic development, VJIP reduces the human resource costs of new and expanding companies and demonstrates Virginia’s commitment to enhancing job opportunities for residents.
“Virginia has the infrastructure and robust talent pipeline that IT firms like Intact Technology need to succeed,” Northam said. “The Commonwealth has the highest concentration of tech workers in the nation. We are pushing new boundaries as an industry leader, thanks in large part to our innovative partners, including Intact Technology.”
Intact takes its responsibility as a member of the community seriously, supporting causes that are meaningful to the Intact team. Many Intact employees, for example, have family in India who needed oxygen resources during the pandemic. These employees set up a fundraiser for SEWA International and Intact immediately offered a matching incentive. Another Intact employee wanted to stand up a local chapter of Support & Feed, a nonprofit bringing healthy food to disadvantaged neighborhoods, and Intact provided the funds, people and resources to make it happen.
Intact has also been inspired by its team this year to support organizations including Feeding America, World Central Kitchen, Action Against Hunger, Fight for Children, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Healing Transitions, St. Jude, ‘Giving to Georgetown’ and other cancer research charities, Rare Village, and the VA Star Program, to whom Intact donated over $30,000 worth of high-quality laptop computers. Intact also regularly sponsors charitable events raising money for tuition scholarships, youth programs, and other nonprofit organizations.
Intact has an annual tradition of giving customers and partners the opportunity to contribute to causes meaningful to them too. During the holidays, Intact gives out charity gift cards that recipients use to donate to charities of their choice.
The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority promotes Fairfax County as a business and technology center. The FCEDA offers site location and business development assistance, and connections with county and state government agencies, to help companies locate and expand in Fairfax County. In addition to its headquarters in Tysons, Fairfax County’s largest business district, the FCEDA maintains business investment offices in six important global business centers: Bangalore/Mumbai, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Seoul and Tel Aviv. Follow the FCEDA on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.
The FCEDA is a member of the Northern Virginia Economic Development Alliance, which promotes and markets Northern Virginia outside the region and conducts activities and events to build the regional business community. Other members of NOVA EDA are the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership, Arlington County, City of Fairfax, City of Falls Church, Fauquier County, Loudoun County, City of Manassas, City of Manassas Park and the Prince William County Department of Economic Development.
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