150 new jobs to come to Virginia Beach

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Tuesday morning 150 new jobs are coming to Virginia Beach.

The new jobs are thanks to DOMA Technologies. The locally-based company specializes in cloud-based data and document management.

They are expanding after receiving a $50 million contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs. The money will help clean up backlogged claims at the agency.

Speaking about the announcement, Governor McAuliffe said,

“The efficient benefits processing services that DOMA Technologies will provide to our veterans and their families is truly invaluable. Virginia has the highest number of veterans per capita in the entire United States, and it continues to grow. Each year thousands of veterans go without adequate mental and physical healthcare, and disability benefits are critical to their well-being. I applaud this Virginia-based, veteran-owned company on its proactive approach to be part of the solution. It is a priority for my Administration to secure employment for our veterans and ensure that healthcare is available. I am working to build a New Virginia Economy, and I am proud that DOMA Technologies’ expansion and addition of 150 new jobs to service this important contract are part of this movement.”

The additional office space will be adjacent to DOMA Technologies’ corporate headquarters location at 2875 Sabre Street, where it currently occupies 21,200 square feet.

DOMA Technologies, LLC was founded in 2000 and is a certified small, women- and minority-owned (SWaM) business.

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