A Beavercreek defense contractor that specializes in information technology-related services has expanded and added staff with its recent move to a new building.
TAGC has added six positions at its new offices at 3725 Pentagon Blvd., in Beavercreek. The new office space provides multiple large meeting areas, allowing for collaborative project work, and fully equipped cubes and offices for 28 staff that includes a mix of TACG employees and teaming partners, the company said.
The Dayton Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the company at 11 a.m. March 11.
TACG received an Air Force contract in 2014 valued at more than $18 million to provide support to Air Force Materiel Command. The contract and others have led to the expansion for the Alaska-based company.
TAGC is a federally recognized Alaskan tribal firm, the company’s website shows.
“Our new office space creates an atmosphere of excitement,” said Brian Chaney, President, TACG, LLC. “It is busy. It is vibrant. It is dynamic. It truly feels like a business, not just an office space.”
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