COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced the approval of assistance for 11 projects set to create 1,636 new jobs and retain 1,715 jobs statewide, in aggregate.
Specifically, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic development proposals brought to the board by JobsOhio and its regional partners, including one proposal from Two Six Technologies.
Two Six is excited to receive this approval for economic assistance for the future lease, build-out, and hiring at its potential facility in Kettering, Ohio. The company is grateful for the ongoing support of the TCA, JobsOhio, and the City of Kettering, as well as its project partners and advisors.
Two Six, a high-growth technology company dedicated to providing products and expertise to national security customers, will continue to develop plans for a potential new facility in Ohio. The facility is intended to support the company’s ongoing strategic growth and nationwide hiring initiatives to expand its talented workforce.
About Two Six Technologies
Two Six Technologies supports national security customers across the Department of Defense, including U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Cyber Command and DARPA; Department of State; the Intelligence Community; and Civilian agencies.The company offers a family of operationally deployed products including IKE™, M3, Pulse, SIGMA™, and TrustedKeep™.
Two Six is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia and employs more than 750 professionals working in 36 states across the country.
Vice President of Corporate Development