Aerospace & Defense

With easy access to NASA, the U.S. Department of Defense, and a variety of prime government contractors, it’s no wonder Loudoun attracts more innovative aerospace companies every year. Join companies like Northrop Grumman, Airbus, Raytheon and Telos, and take advantage of a highly skilled workforce and a strong industry backbone.

Location Advantages

  • The #2 highest concentration of technology workers in the U.S., according to Cyberstates 2015
  • Rapid workforce growth and one of the lowest levels of unemployment in the nation
  • Scalable site and building options
  • Easy access to key federal government clients, Washington D.C.-area suppliers, agencies, customers, and workforce
  • Home to Washington Dulles International Airport
  • Available incentives and financing opportunities
  • Affordable, reliable utilities
  • “The Largest number of internet, satellite, and defense companies in the nation,” according to Moody’s Economy.com

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