Department of Defense Agency Leaving Manassas for Fairfax County

The new offices will be in Chantilly, Defense Contract Management Agency officials said.

The move is coming in 2014. (Patch.com)
The move is coming in 2014. (Patch.com)
A large agency under the Department of Defense is leaving its location in Manassas and heading for a new place in Chantilly. 

Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), an agency that provides defense contract administration services, has outgrown its 36,000-square-foot facility and plans to move to Chantilly in the summer of 2014, said Billy Ray "B.R." Brown, chief of public affairs at DCMA. 

There are no layoffs associated with the move; all 300 positions will transfer to the new offices located at 14501 George Carter Way, about 10 miles from the current offices in Blue Ridge Office Park in Manassas. 

The new location was selected through a General Services Administration competitive bid process, Brown said.

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Erin Pender Thomson August 29, 2013 at 11:57 AM
Isn't DCMA a government agency, not a defense contractor? That would be why GSA bid out the contract.
Jamie M. Rogers (Editor) August 29, 2013 at 12:42 PM
Thanks Erin. yes it is! thanks.


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