Epsilon C5I, Inc. Announces Ohio Expansion and Creation of 200 New Jobs
Software Development and Systems Engineering Solutions Experts to Bring IT Support of Innovative Advanced Products and Services to new Beavercreek Location
Company Name: Epsilon C5I, Inc.
Industry Sector: Information Services and Software
Company Profile: Epsilon Systems is a 100% employee-owned company founded in 1998 and headquartered in San Diego, Calif. With a presence in more than 20 locations, Epsilon Systems’ customers include the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, and non-profit and commercial customers. Epsilon C5I, Inc. provides Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat systems, and Intelligence systems (C5I) products and services to government organizations and intelligence agencies, U.S. and foreign militaries, and acquisition and research and development centers.
Type of Project: Expansion
- Jobs committed: 200
- Jobs retained: 3
Capital Investment: $1,500,000
Timetable: Epsilon C5I has begun hiring for positions.
San Diego-headquartered Epsilon C5I was looking to grow its presence in the Midwest to support Air Force contracts.
“Epsilon C50 is honored to receive approval of Job Creation Tax Credits that will certainly bolster our plans to invest in a local facility in Beavercreek and hire new workers. We have already begun to increase our team of C5I engineers, technical experts, and intelligence professionals to be based in the Dayton, Ohio, area to support NASIC NOVASTAR.”
– Pat Moneymaker, President of Epsilon System’s Technology and Technical Solutions Sector
Ohio is home to an array of federal and military installations supporting over 380,000 jobs and delivering nearly $40 billion in gross regional product. Surrounding those installations is an industrial base that represents $69 billion in total economic activity, accounting for nearly 6 percent of the state’s economy.
Ohio is a military and federal employee-friendly state – welcoming personnel and family to be stationed in Ohio. JobsOhio and its partners reinforce the importance of military and federal installations in Ohio leveraging existing programs to benefit the military.
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