Concept Plus LLC plans to add 31 jobs in Fairfax
RICHMOND –Concept Plus LLC, an IT service provider, plans to invest $140,000 to expand its IT operation to create a shared lab for application developers in Fairfax County, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announce Wednesday. The project is expected to create 31 new jobs.
Virginia successfully competed against Colorado, Maryland, Wisconsin, and Washington, D.C., for the project.
Concept Plus is a government IT contractor founded in 2008. The company serves several federal agencies, including the Defense Health Agency, Department of State, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
“Our investment and expansion in Fairfax County, with its premiere location and access to a talented workforce, supports our goal of expanding our footprint in the federal space and strengthens our mission of ‘Customer First,’” Ahmad Abuzaakouk, president and CEO of Concept Plus LLC, said in a statement.
The company will receive funding and consultative services from Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP), an incentive available to companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change.