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remain economically competitive and better prepare students to enter the 21st-century workforce. (Inside NOVA)


A $1 billion construction project at Rea- gan National Airport that promises to ease traveler congestion was scheduled to begin in July. Project Journey, as the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority calls it, is a multiyear effort to create a new commuter concourse and two new security checkpoints. The $245 million checkpoint project is up fi rst. The secure checkpoints are expected to be operational in 2020. A new $360 million concourse, west of Terminal C, is expected to open in summer 2021. (Washington Business Journal)


Unanet, a provider of cloud and enterprise resource planning software, is expanding its operation in Loud- oun County, creating 60 jobs. Virginia competed against Alabama, California, Florida, Maryland and Tennessee for the project. Unanet’s ERP software is designed to allow clients to provide resource management, budgeting and forecasting, project management, timesheets, expense reports, project accounting, billing, workforce collabora- tion, customer relationship management (CRM), and fi nancials in one integrated system. The Virginia Economic Develop- ment Partnership will support Unanet with the training for up to 38 jobs through its Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP). (VirginiaBusiness.com)


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Fairfax-based FVCbank has promoted Patricia A. Ferrick to president. Ferrick


has served as executive vice president and chief fi nancial offi cer since the bank’s inception in 2007. David W. Pijor continues to serve as CEO and chair- man. (News release)


Andrew C. Grimm has been named CEO of Fairfax-based Apple Federal Credit Union. He was the organization’s chief operating offi cer. Grimm succeeds Larry Kelly, who retired in June. (Credit Union Times)


Reston-based government IT company Leidos Holdings Inc. has appointed Frank Kendall to its board of directors. Kendall stepped down in January as chief weapons buyer for the Pentagon under then-President Barack Obama. He is the 13th Leidos director. (Washington Business Journal)


Stuart S. Malawer, appointed to the Virginia Economic Development Part- nership’s Committee on International Trade. Malawer is the distinguished ser- vice professor of law and international trade at Fairfax-based George Mason University. (News release)


David Maxwell has been promoted to senior vice president at Fairfax-based Dewberry. With this promotion, Maxwell is responsible for leading the civil engineering operations of the fi rm’s


Southern Virginia and North Carolina offi ces. (News release)


McLean-based GTT Communications Inc., a global cloud networking provider,


The J. Edgar Hoover building in Washington, D.C., is the FBI’s current headquarters.


The General Services Administration (GSA) has canceled plans to move the FBI from its downtown Washington, D.C., location to the suburbs due to a $882 million funding gap. The plan to relocate the bureau from the J. Edgar Hoover building had been in the works for years, with locations in Greenbelt and Landover, Md., and Springfield, Va.,under consideration for the move. “Moving forward without full funding puts the government at risk for cost escalations and the potential reduction in value of the J. Edgar Hoover property that developers were to receive as part of this procure-


ment,” a GSA spokeswoman said in July. (The Washington Times)


has created three new divisions with the aim of accelerating sales. The divisions are Enterprise, Carrier and EMEA. Eric Warren leads the Enterprise division, including all enterprise clients in the Americas and U.S. government clients. Jeff Beer leads the Carrier division, in- cluding all carrier accounts in the Ameri- cas, as well as GTT’s largest web-centric clients. Martin Ford leads the EMEA division, including enterprise clients in EMEA and carrier clients. (VirginiaBusi- ness.com)


Christina M. Winn has been named to the Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s Committee on Business


Development and Marketing. She is director of Arlington Economic Devel- opment’s Business Investment Group. (News release)


Michael Zajkowski has joined Stantec Architec- ture as a senior project designer in the fi rm’s Arlington offi ce. Zajkowski’s career spans 30 years. His clients have included the National


Cancer Institute, Washington Dulles International Airport and the Soka Gakkai International-USA Buddhist organization. (News release)


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