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Citizant Expands N. Va. HQ as Workforce, Business Grows; Raymond Roberts Comments

Raymond Roberts, Citizant

Citizant has added 2, 000 square feet to its Chantilly, Va., headquarters office as the company has grown its workforce by 35 percent since Jan., the company said in a release.

The company said it has several new programs requiring contractor-site performance. Citizant has won seats on the Justice Department’s TSS-4 IT contract vehicle and the Treasury Department’s TIPSS-4 IT contract vehicle in the past six months.

The company said it expects to hire 30 to 40 more workers by the end of the year.

“For the past year, Citizant has been winning more assignments from new and established customers at an accelerated pace, ” said Raymond Roberts, chief executive officer at Citizant. “This new space gives us breathing room to add employees through the end of the year while we establish a strategy for expanding our real estate footprint to best serve our customers in Washington, D.C., and other key markets around the country.”

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