According to the Ohio Department of Development, job creation tax credits are performance-based, so, the actual value of the tax credit will be based on verified jobs created and new payroll tax generated.
Radiance Technologies, whose Dayton-area location is headquartered on Pentagon Boulevard in Beavercreek, specializes in engineering, technology, prototype development and operational support for the Department of Defense and the intelligence community. The company established its Dayton office in 2004 and has over 280 employees in the region.
“Radiance Technologies continues to leverage the benefits of the Dayton region’s defense ecosystem‚” said Julie Sullivan, the Dayton Development Coalition’s executive vice president for regional development. “The close proximity to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, combined with a highly skilled local workforce, have created the perfect climate for Radiance to grow their presence in the region and expand their work with the Air Force.”
Radiance is among nine projects approved Monday by the Ohio Tax Credit Authority, which combined would create 982 new jobs statewide. Collectively, the projects are expected to result in more than $64.9 million in new payroll and spur more than $76 million in investments across Ohio, according to a release from the governor’s office.