Tysons-based Easy Dynamics Corp. is planning to invest $100,000 to expand their operations in the Tysons area of Fairfax County. Moreover, the expansion will create 61 new jobs at Easy Dynamic Corp. The formal announcement came from Gov. Glenn Youngkin on Monday.

Company’s profile

Easy Dynamics is a technology services provider with an emphasis on cybersecurity, cloud computing and information sharing. The company was founded in 2006. Easy Dynamics brings well-architected solutions and management consulting to its clients and is committed to delivering unparalleled quality and service in all aspects of its organization. The provide customers with customers with technical excellence and the business acumen to advise on both tactical and strategic initiatives. “Northern Virginia has emerged as one of the nation’s leading and thriving tech hubs for driving growth and innovation for our nation.” Easy Dynamics CEO Poupak Afshar in a news release.

Break Through Tech program

Easy Dynamics is also working to broaden the tech talent pool. They want to become one of the first Virginia companies to participate in the Break Through Tech DC’s Sprinternship. Therefore, they have introduced a short paid internship program as well. The three-week, paid internship program aims to propel more young women and underrepresented communities into the tech field. “Easy Dynamics has been an innovator in workforce development, and we look forward to using our Fairfax County-funded talent initiative to help it grow in the county,” Victor Hoskins further added in his statement.

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    The FCEDA worked with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership to secure the project for Virginia. Hence, they will support Easy Dynamics’ job creation through the state-funded Virginia Jobs Investment program. “We are proud to be the home of Easy Dynamics and gratified to see it continue to expand in Fairfax County,” Victor Hoskins, president and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) said in his statement. Moreover, the new job roles will include software engineers, business analysts, project managers and other business support roles.

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