Chartis Federal, an integration and engineering firm for the federal government, relocated its headquarters from Falls Church, Va. to McLean, Va. The fast-growing company attributes the move to a need for a larger office that can accommodate more employees as the company has seen rapid growth.
“We are excited to join the McLean community and remain a Virginia business,” said Nick McCarter, Chartis Federal CEO. “With the recent growth at Chartis, this new facility provides us the necessary additional space and amenities to better serve our employees and business partners.”
Chartis Federal was founded in 2008 and has more than 100 staff located in 17 states. In 2018, it had a three-year sales growth rate of 93 percent and supported more than $80 million of prime contracts. The company was also named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies for the fifth year in a row.