Excivity expands in Fairfax
Custom software and hardware technology company Excivity is expanding in Fairfax County.
The company leased an additional 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, according to a release from Gov. Ralph Northam.
The company has begun hiring additional employees and eventually will create a total of 45 new jobs over the next 18 months.
The company is investing about $392,000 on the project.
Excivity builds software and hardware, performs assessments and security reviews of technology, advises clients on securely implementing technology, performs advanced cyber investigations, and provides unique cybersecurity training for travelers into high technical threat environments.
“Northern Virginia and our proximity to the DC Metro area are both key factors enabling Excivity’s success,” Matthew Ramsey, President and CEO of Excivity, said in a statement. “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 Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) will support Excivity’s new job creation through its Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP). Under the program, the company is eligible to receive $600 per job for up to a total of $27,000.