Rhode Island Senate’s Grow Green Jobs RI Legislative Action Plan

Later today, President of the Rhode Island Senate M. Teresa Paiva Weed will host a roundtable discussion of the Senate’s new Legislative Action Plan entitled “Grow Green Jobs RI” and related legislation.

RI Statehouse

RI Statehouse (photo – Infrogmation/wikimedia)

Currently, Rhode Island’s clean energy economy already supports 9,832 jobs across 1,295 business establishments.

In addition to the jobs created by energy efficiency program investments, there is another job creator that results from consumer savings on energy bills. When businesses and households see reduced energy costs, they are able to spend elsewhere in the economy, resulting in additional jobs. On average, this shift in spending supports about 17 jobs per $1 million.

The legislative action plan is intended to take advantage of such factors and facilitate job creation in a wide spectrum of green industries such as renewable energy, conservation, constructing environmentally sound infrastructure, agriculture, seafood, and recycling.

The recommendations in the Grow Green Jobs RI Legislative Action Plan report are listed under eight broad categories. The first one is about expanding workforce development opportunities. Recommendations under this category include an expansion of the Real Jobs RI planning and implementation grants program to include green industries.

Real Jobs RI is a recently launched demand-driven Rhode Island economic development initiative that is collaborative, flexible and business-led. The program aims to address the skills gap across various industries in Rhode Island, from manufacturing to healthcare.

The report also recommends that the Governor’s Workforce Board should create workforce training programs to support well-paying clean energy jobs, including establishing career pathways and internships to ensure accessibility at all income levels.

The second category lists recommendations related to creation of educational and training pathways for jobs in the green economy. This includes encouraging public higher education institutions to further develop degree programs leading to employment in the areas of climate change risk evaluation, sustainability, resiliency and adaptation.

Another recommendation is to encourage public higher education institutions to partner with green sector businesses to identify areas of job demand and to develop certificate and degree programs in a public report. The report also suggests Incentivizing the creation and expansion of STEM/STEAM into all Rhode Island elementary and secondary schools.

A third category deals with recommendations for supporting the growth of renewable energy industries. The report suggests incentivizing in-state generation of renewable energy by expanding the Renewable Energy Growth (REG) Program, ensuring that more jobs and the economic benefits of renewable energy stay in Rhode Island.

Another recommendation is to extend the Renewable Energy Standard (RES) that provides for annual increases in the percentage of electricity from renewable sources that National Grid supplies to its customers.

Here’s the full list of the eight categories under the Grow Green Jobs RI Legislative Action Plan:

  1. Expand workforce development opportunities;
  2. Create educational and training pathways for jobs in the green economy;
  3. Support the growth of renewable energy industries;
  4. Expand energy efficiency programs to include delivered fuels;
  5. Enhance the growth of renewable thermal industries;
  6. Reduce costs to continue the growth of Rhode Island’s solar industry;
  7. Expand Rhode Island’s agriculture and seafood industries; and
  8. Apply strategies that increase recycling and reuse, creating resources and local jobs.

Local Foods, Local Places Will Empower Economic Development in 27 Communities Across 22 States

Six federal agencies have teamed up to announce the selection of 27 more communities in 22 states to participate in the Local Foods, Local Places initiative.

Local Foods, Local Places

Local Foods, Local Places (photo – epa.gov)

Local Foods, Local Places is part of the White House Rural Council’s Rural Impact work to empower creative economic development by increasing economic opportunities for local farmers and related businesses, creating vibrant places and promoting childhood wellness through access to healthy local food.

The initiative, launched in 2014, was developed as a partnership among the EPA, USDA, DOT, CDC, the Appalachian Regional Commission, and the Delta Regional Authority.

Each Local Foods, Local Places (LFLP) partner community works with a team of experts who help community members recognize local assets and opportunities, set goals for revitalizing downtowns and neighborhoods, develop an implementation plan and then identify targeted resources from the participating federal agencies to help implement those plans.

LFLP has already helped 26 communities make a difference through creative economic development programs. With technical assistance through LFLP, participants are launching business incubators to support food entrepreneurs and starting cooperative grocery stores to help revitalize main streets. They are developing centrally located community kitchens and food hubs to aggregate and market local foods. Through the integration of transportation and walkability planning, they are connecting people to markets and local restaurants.

This latest lot of 27 selected communities was chosen from more than 300 applicants. One of these new participants is the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation, which plans to revitalize Avenue Market in the distressed Upton/Druid Heights neighborhood to increase access to healthy food and promote economic development.

Another one is the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation of the Sioux Tribe in Mission, SD, which will receive technical assistance to establish a hub of healthy activity centered on local food using a new trail system that links the local grocery store, community garden, farmers market, creek, and wetlands.

The Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation in Rainelle, WV, will likewise receive technical assistance to establish a mentor program for farmers and producers, develop a community grocery store, form a food alliance, and put vacant land into productive use.

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said in a release that “The program is good for the environment, public health and the economy. By helping bring healthy local food to market and offering new walking and biking options, Local Foods, Local Places can help improve air quality, support local economies, and protect undeveloped green space.”

See the full report with summaries of the projects proposed by the 27 new communities that are now a part of the Local Foods, Local Places initiative.

Cincinnati, Columbus Region Economic Development Projects Approved by Ohio TCA

At its latest meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) Board approved ten projects expected to create 1,227 jobs and retain 1,564 jobs statewide. Collectively, these projects are expected to spur approximately $96.3 million in investment across Ohio and generate nearly $50 million in new payroll.

Ohio jobs

Ohio jobs (photo – americaspower/flickr)

Greater Cincinnati economic development group REDI Cincinnati announced three projects (Quotient Technology Inc., Planes Moving & Storage Inc. and Reztark Design Studio LLC) that are expected to create 146 new jobs, retain 304 jobs and generate $4.75 million in capital investment.

Mountain View, CA-based Quotient Technology Inc. (NYSE: QUOT), formerly Coupons.com Incorporated, is expanding its Cincinnati operations and will open a new office in the Kenwood Collection in Sycamore Township, OH. Quotient has committed to create 100 full-time jobs over the next three years for a total capital investment of $1.5 million.

Steven Boal, founder and CEO of Quotient, said in a release that “We’re excited to be expanding our footprint in Cincinnati where we’ve had real success hiring top talent.”

Planes Moving & Storage is a relocation and transportation business that is a part of United Van Lines. The company is investing $3 million to expand its current headquarter facility and construct a new 65,000-square-foot warehouse in West Chester Township, OH. This project, which is creating 30 new jobs and helping retain another 229 jobs, has received TCA approval for a .693 percent, five-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC).

Reztark Design Studio, LLC is a full-service architectural and design firm that has outgrown its existing location in Cincinnati and plans to invest $250,000 for an expansion. This project, which is creating 16 new jobs and helping retain another 28 jobs, has received TCA approval for a .838 percent, five-year JCTC.

Kimm Coyner, managing director, projects team and JobsOhio for REDI Cincinnati, said they’re happy to kick off the year with growth across multiple sectors. “Greater Cincinnati’s diverse economy offers the right mix for each of these innovative companies to thrive here,” added Coyner.

Columbus Region economic development group Columbus 2020 likewise announced two significant expansion projects by Kenco and Ventech Solutions Inc.

Ventech is a Columbus-based SEI CMMI Level 3 software company specializing in public sector system integration and consulting services. The company is expanding its headquarters operations with the addition of an innovation lab and 75 new jobs to Ventech’s current staff of 65, along with an investment of $750,000 in workforce training. This project has received TCA approval for a 1.600 percent, six-year JCTC.

Ravi Kunduru, founder and president of Ventech Solutions, said in a release that “As we continued to expand, the Region’s innovative collaborative business climate, emphasis on advanced workforce development, and robust labor pool played a critical role in our decision to increase our presence in Columbus.”

Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther likewise responded that “Columbus is proud to be called home to a company of Ventech’s caliber. We are committed to providing the resources and support necessary to help our businesses grow and succeed.”

Kenco Logistic Services, LLC is also expanding in the Columbus Region with a $2.1 million investment to lease and equip an additional 180,000 square-foot warehouse in Groveport, OH. This project, which is adding 63 new jobs to their existing 50 workers in the Columbus Region, has received TCA approval for a 1.310 percent, six-year JCTC.

David Caines, chief operating officer at Kenco, said in a release that “The Columbus Region has a robust logistics sector and its location advantages are unparalleled. We also continue to find a reliable and strong workforce, which has contributed to our growth.”

Jeff Green, the City of Groveport’s Assistant City Administrator, noted that “Kenco’s newest expansion is an example of Groveport’s commitment to growing companies that operate here, and we are happy to welcome new opportunities from an existing employer.”

Indiana Tax Incentives Secure Indianapolis Expansion by Renaissance Electronic Services

Renaissance Electronic Services, the second-largest provider of dental claims in the United States, has announced plans for an expansion of its operations in Indianapolis, IN.

Indianapolis

Indianapolis (photo – susi.bsu/flickr)

Supported by State of Indiana economic development tax credits, the company is investing $14.9 million to expand its operations across Indianapolis, investing in three data centers and two other existing facilities, and adding a sixth facility in the city’s Southside.

Renaissance, which currently employs 151 full-time associates in Indiana, plans to double its current workforce as part of the company’s plans for developing and launching electronic payment processing services by 2019. A majority of the new jobs being created will be in software development and programming, with average salaries above the state’s average wage.

The company expects to move its growing application development team into their sixth new facility in Indianapolis that was formerly a Gerdt Furniture store. Renaissance will lease and equip more than half of the 66,000-square-foot space.

Governor Mike Pence said in a release that “Today, Indiana’s economy is attracting new investment while supporting job creation at homegrown Hoosier companies like Renaissance because we are a state that works for business.”

Erick Paul, president of Renaissance, added that he appreciates the support of the community and its officials for their expansion. “Renaissance is a homegrown Hoosier company that’s proud to be growing and creating employment opportunities in our community,” said Paul.

Renaissance Dental, founded in 2002 in Martinsville, IN is part of the Renaissance Family of Companies, which was founded in 1957. Collectively, Renaissance companies cover 13.1 million people with annual paid claims of $3 billion. Renaissance Dental alone serves more than 28,000 dentists across the country and processes approximately 35 percent of all electronic dental claims nationally. The company is now the second-largest provider of dental claims in the United States, processing more than 65 million transactions each year.

Deputy Mayor for Indianapolis Economic Development Angela Smith Jones likewise responded that they are pleased to welcome the expansion of Renaissance Electronic Services. “Our city has long been the economic driving force for all of Indiana and I look forward to the opportunity to work together for continued investment and growth,” added Jones.

In order to secure the project, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) has offered the company up to $300,000 in performance-based tax credits tied to the company’s job creation plans. The city of Indianapolis supports the project at the request of Develop Indy, a business unit of the Indy Chamber.

2050 Motors Outlines Expansion and Job Creation Plans For US Electric Vehicle Plant

2050 Motors Inc. could mark the third major Nevada economic development project by an electric vehicle manufacturer locating a large facility in the state, following the battery and automotive manufacturing projects announced by Tesla and Faraday Future.

2050 Motors job creation

Photo – 2050motorsinc.com

But 2050 Motors’ plans are slightly different from the multi-billion dollar plans of Tesla and the $1.3 billion investment for Faraday’s plant.

One major difference is that, unlike the secretive manufacturing plans and site selection process demanded by Tesla and FF, this third project is moving forward in transparent phases that have already been made public by the company.

2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), a publicly traded company incorporated in Nevada back in 2012, has included a dedicated “Job Creation” section on its brand new corporate website. Referring to this job creation section on their website, the company said in a release that “This section addresses 2050 Motors’ Phase I and II corporate expansion plans that may create over 3000 jobs in the next few years.”

On their website, the company provides a detailed breakup of its job creation plans. It shows plans for creation of 137 direct jobs in 2017, adding up into a cumulative total of 902 direct jobs by 2020 that could result in the creation of over 3,000 indirect jobs.

2050 Motors has entered into an agreement with Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd., located in Jiangsu, China, for the distribution in the United States of a new four-passenger electric automobile known as the e-Go EV. This is at the moment the only production line electric car with a carbon fiber body and parts manufactured by a new process using robotic machines. The company is also gearing up to unveil a five-passenger carbon fiber luxury sedan named the Ibis EV.

In Phase I, 2050 Motors will be selling automobiles to the American market totally manufactured in China. In Phase II, 2050 Motors intends to assemble the e-Go EV in the United States using parts and components shipped in from China where their partners have already made the capital investment required to make the state-of-the-art aluminum frame and carbon fiber parts for the e-Go EV.

The company can therefore assemble and manufacture the e-Go EV in the United States without making the huge capital investments that competitors like Tesla are making.

As for the location of this vehicle assembly facility, the company has stated in a previous SEC filing that “2050 Motors is already planning an assembly plant for the e-Go in Las Vegas, Nevada and has been in meetings with the Urban Development Authority of Las Vegas for potential locations to build such a facility and initially create several hundred local jobs.”

The company added in their latest release that it has been negotiating for well over a year with municipalities to finalize plans for job creation, and that both state governments and municipalities are offering considerable incentives for job creation.

GSA Kicks Off Phase II of FBI Headquarters Relocation RFP

The U.S. General Services Administration is moving forward with several steps necessary for ensuring a timely completion of the site selection process for the relocation of the FBI headquarters.

FBI Headquarters

FBI Headquarters (photo – Kmf164/wikipedia)

For starters, GSA has issued Phase II of the Request for Proposals (RFP) to bidders competing for the project. The chosen developer will get title to the J. Edgar Hoover Federal building in Washington, D.C. and will, in exchange, agree to construct a new 2.1 million rentable square-foot headquarters facility for the FBI at a site that is yet to be finalized.

The GSA has shortlisted three proposed sites (Greenbelt and Landover in Prince George’s County, MD, and Springfield, VA) as eligible sites to serve as the future headquarters of the FBI. Last year in October, GSA notified the short-listed bidders that they been selected to participate in Phase II. In November, GSA released the draft Environmental Impact Statement, held public meetings in each of the three local jurisdictions, and is in the process of reviewing public comments.

In addition to this latest Phase II RFP issual, GSA also announced that $1.4 billion in construction funding for the project will be included in the President’s FY 2017 Budget so that GSA can make an award for the project in FY 2017. A down-payment of $390 million to begin the initial design, engineering and construction of a new fully consolidated headquarters has already been included in the recently passed Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016 (Omnibus Bill).

Bill Dowd, project executive for GSA’s Public Buildings Service, said in a release that “The consolidated headquarters facility will allow the FBI to perform its critical national security, intelligence, and law enforcement missions in a new modern and secure facility. We appreciate Congress’ support of the project through the inclusion of $390 million in the Fiscal Year 2016 Omnibus.”

This is a critical economic development project for both Virginia and Maryland. An FBI headquarters relocation to Prince George’s County could bring 11,000 jobs to Maryland, which is already home to more than 40 percent of FBI employees, as per a Maryland state report.

In response to GSA’s Phase II RFP issual for this project, the Prince George’s County Council issued a statement appreciating the strong and continuing advocacy of US Senators Mikulski and Cardin, Representatives Hoyer and Edwards and the entire Maryland Congressional Delegation, as well as Governor Hogan and former Governor O’Malley.

The County Council said in the statement that they remain committed to attracting transit-oriented Prince George’s County economic development opportunities that create jobs and grow the local economy, and “look forward to continuing our work with all stakeholders in the months ahead as the General Services Administration moves closer to a final decision on the FBI relocation site.”

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III noted that following over four years of work by Prince George’s County to support the two most competitive sites available to host the consolidated FBI headquarters, this announcement by GSA is a welcome and critical step toward a final decision.

“We look forward to a historic announcement that the FBI is coming to Prince George’s County, forever reinventing our County’s economy,” added Baker.

Maitland, Orange County, Florida Consider Incentives For ADP Regional HQ With 2400 Jobs

Payroll processing company ADP, LLC is considering locating a service center and their regional headquarters in Maitland, FL.

ADP econdev incentives Orange County, FL

Photo – orangecountyfl.net

Supported by State of Florida, Orange County and City of Maitland economic development incentives under the Qualified Target Industry (QTI) tax refund program, the company will make a capital investment of $37.5 million and expects to create 2,400 jobs at this location.

This includes approximately 480 new QTI eligible jobs for Orange County with an average salary of at least $48,995. These are customer service, IT, management and implementation positions, and the wage for these jobs being created is 115 percent of the overall prevailing salary in the county. ADP also plans to add another 1,920 jobs that are not QTI eligible as a part of this project.

ADP is a comprehensive global provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management solutions that unite HR, payroll, talent, time, tax and benefits administration, and a leader in business outsourcing services, analytics and compliance expertise.

The company has applied to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) for approval as a qualified QTI Program applicant, and has applied for $1.44 million in tax refunds under this program, or $3,000 per eligible job created.

At its next meeting, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners will consider approving a resolution facilitating these QTI incentives for this project by recommending the approval of ADP as a “target industry business,” and committing local financial support in an amount equal to 10 percent of the annual tax refund up to but not exceeding $144,000.

Another $144,000 in City of Maitland economic development incentives will likewise cover the other 10 percent of the required 20 percent local QTI match. The Maitland City Council is also scheduled to consider its own resolution next week to facilitate the QTI designation and approve its share of incentives for this project.

The memo to the County Commissioners notes that competition for ADP’s service center and headquarter operations exists outside of Florida, and financial incentives are necessary to ensure that this project comes to Orange County.

Roseland, NJ-based ADP LLC, a subsidiary of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADP), is a global leader in payroll services with nearly $11 billion in revenues. ADP’s 60,000 employees serve approximately 610,000 clients in more than 125 countries.

New York State PSC Approves $5B Clean Energy Fund

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that the New York State Public Service Commission has approved a 10-year, $5 billion Clean Energy Fund to accelerate the growth of New York’s clean energy economy, address climate change, and lower energy bills for New Yorkers.

NY Clean Energy Fund

NY Clean Energy Fund (photo – dps.ny.gov)

The fund will create an estimated $39 billion in customer bill savings over the next 10 years through mobilization of private-sector capital, innovative projects and private-public partnerships focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

The Clean Energy Fund supports the environmental goals of both Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) program and the Clean Energy Standard by reducing an estimated 133 million tons of carbon emissions (the equivalent of removing 1.8 million cars from the road).

Energy efficiency and other priority initiatives of the fund are also expected to save 10.6 million MWh of electricity and 13.4 million MMBtu of fuel consumption overall.

Governor Cuomo said in a release that this unparalleled $5 billion investment will leverage more than $29 billion in private sector funding and open the door to new clean energy opportunities for years to come. “We are raising the bar when it comes to increasing the use of renewable energy and reducing harmful carbon emissions, and I am proud that the Empire State is continuing to set the example for the future,” added Gov. Cuomo.

The $5 billion Clean Energy Fund, to be administered by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), will operate four major portfolios:

Market Development ($2.7 billion): NYSERDA will undertake a variety of activities to stimulate consumer demand for clean energy alternatives, energy efficiency while helping to build clean energy supply chains to meet that growing customer demand;

NY-Sun ($961 million): The funding confirms the state’s long-term commitment for NY-Sun and for the growing solar electric market and industry in New York State. The solar industry in New York already employs more than 7,000 people across 538 solar companies;

NY Green Bank ($782 million): This funding completes the capitalization of the innovative NY Green Bank, and will increase the NY Green Bank’s total investment to $1 billion, in the process leveraging an estimated $8 billion in private investment; and

Innovation and Research ($717 million): The Clean Energy Fund will help spur innovations through research and technology development that will drive New York economic development through clean-tech business growth and job creation, while providing more energy choices to residential and business customers.

NYSERDA President and CEO John B. Rhodes noted that the Clean Energy Fund allows the State to make faster and greater progress towards Governor Cuomo’s State Energy Plan and Clean Energy Standard goals, while reducing ratepayer collections. “It also creates the demand for clean energy and the certainty we need to accelerate the growth of a dynamic clean tech economy that stimulates private investment and job creation,” added Rhodes.

Switch SUPERNAP Michigan Data Centers Will be 100% Powered by Renewable Energy

Last year in December, Switch had announced plans to locate a new $5 billion SUPERNAP data center in Gaines Township, MI. The Las Vegas-based builder of data centers has now announced that this data center complex near Grand Rapids will be powered by 100 percent renewable energy.

Switch

Switch (photo – supernap.com)

This follows the announcement earlier this month that all of Switch’s SUPERNAP data centers in Nevada are now powered with 100 percent renewable energy.

In order to achieve this at the former Steelcase Pyramid data center site in Gaines Township, the company has begun working with local utility Consumers Energy to develop a comprehensive plan to power SUPERNAP Michigan with 100 percent green power.

Garrick Rochow, Consumers Energy’s vice president and chief customer officer, said in a release that since their first contact with Switch, Consumers Energy understood the importance of building new renewable generation to provide Switch with 100 percent renewable power at their SUPERNAP Michigan data center.

“We are excited to partner with Switch to make the largest data center in the eastern U.S. the greenest,” added Rochow.

Switch EVP of Strategy Adam Kramer added that “Sustainably running the internet is one of the driving principles of Switch, which is why in our site selection process for an eastern U.S. SUPERNAP data center site, we had to find a local utility who could provide a pathway to 100 percent renewable power.”

Switch has built its SUPERNAP Prime interactive, super-scale facilities in Nevada at safer inland locations that are still within the millisecond protocols needed to safely serve major markets. The Michigan SUPERNAP Prime follows this Switch site selection criteria, and will be 2 milliseconds from Chicago and 14 milliseconds from New York.

In line with this added site selection criterion of being able to power its data center facilities with 100 percent renewable energy, Switch has also become a member of the WWF/WRI Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles, established to articulate the needs of large renewable energy buyers and add the perspective of large entities who intend to go green or who have already gone green, such as Switch, to the future of the U.S. energy and electricity system.

By joining the Buyers’ Principles, Switch aims to contribute its knowledge on how to create green energy tariffs and procure new, local, renewable generation with other companies who share Switch’s commitment to environmental sustainability.

Switch’s move to power their data center facilities with 100 percent renewable energy also aligns with the company’s founding by Rob Roy in 2000 as a platform for all of his sustainability-focused patents and differentiated technologies.

Shift Technologies to Establish East Coast Operations in Arlington, Virginia

Shift Technologies, Inc., a San Francisco-based company that is making waves in the $750 billion used car market, has announced the selection of Arlington County, VA as the location of its new East Coast outpost.

Shift

Shift (photo – shift.com)

Shift will invest $20 million to establish its first East Coast operation at the 1776 incubator’s Crystal City headquarters location in Arlington. The company expects to create 100 new jobs at this new facility.

Governor Terry McAuliffe, who announced the project at the 1776 headquarters, said in a release that “I am proud to welcome Shift to Virginia, and I look forward to watching the company grow. I am confident that this announcement will help us attract more Silicon Valley startups to create jobs and economic activity here in the Commonwealth.”

Shift was launched in June 2014 to alleviate the pain points consumers face when buying and selling used cars. The company has created a new kind of peer-to-peer marketplace with concierge features that takes the hassle and guesswork out of buying or selling a car. Since June 2014, Shift sales have grown 70 fold, and the company has raised more than $73.8 million in two rounds of financing.

Toby Russell, Shift’s Head of Business and Product and the lead company executive in the state, said in a release that “Virginia is known for being one of the best states to do business, and we experienced this first-hand when Governor McAuliffe visited our office in San Francisco to outline why this investment made sense for our company.”

Shift was considering other cities for this expansion, but Governor McAuliffe’s in-person visit to the Shift offices in California during a West Coast business mission last September ensured that Virginia was one of the contenders for the project.

The Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) worked with Arlington County to secure the project for Virginia. The company will also receive funding and services for employee training activities through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones noted that “Shift’s significant investment to establish an East Coast operation in Arlington County and create well-paying jobs is a big win for both the region and the Commonwealth.”

Arlington County Board Chair Libby Garvey added that “Arlington’s robust millennial workforce and opportunities for tech companies were the catalysts that brought Shift to Arlington’s Crystal City neighborhood, and we couldn’t be prouder to welcome such an exciting company into our community as we work to diversify and grow Arlington’s economy.”

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