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Capgemini US Govt Unit to Consolidate HQ in Tysons Corner, VA; Doug Lane Comments

Doug Lane
Doug Lane

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 22, 2016 — Capgemini‘s U.S. government solutions subsidiary is set to move its operations in Washington and Reston, Virginia, to a new 15, 301-square-foot consolidated headquarters in Tysons Corner, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

Real estate advisory firm Serten Advisors said Tuesday the subsidiary will relocate to the new site at 1765 Greensboro Station Place under a lease agreement.

“We have added over 100 new employees in the first half of this year, and we expect to see continued growth, ” said Doug Lane, CEO of Capgemini Government Solutions.

“Having a consolidated office space enhances our ability to work across market teams in the DC metro region.”

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