Leesburg HUBZone-based B3 Group, Inc., was a big winner recently.
The company, which is located in the town’s Mason Enterprise Center, is one of 21 companies selected for awards under the Department of Veterans Affairs’ $22.3 billion Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract for IT infrastructure, operations and cybersecurity services.
B3 Group is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), founded in 2008. The company has been a Mason Enterprise Center client since February 2015 and is in the process of graduating from the business incubator into office space located in the Leesburg HUBZone, which provides qualifying businesses with advantages in competing for federal contracts.
“We are proud of this significant milestone that B3 Group has achieved,” MEC Regional Director Susan Henson stated. “It is a testament to their hard work and to the connections and collaborations that the MEC Leesburg strives to provide to its members. We look forward to continuing to help them grow as they graduate from the MEC program in the coming months.”
“The IT service work of B3 Group as a part of this $22.3 billion contract will benefit Leesburg in a big way by creating jobs and filling office space with their growing number of employees,” town Economic Development Director Marantha Edwards stated. “B3 Group will be the twentieth MEC-Leesburg graduate and we are delighted to retain them in Leesburg.”
For more information about B3 Group, go to b3groupinc.com. For more information about the MEC-Leesburg, the Leesburg HUBZone or the Town of Leesburg’s economic development programs, visit www.leesburgva.gov/business.