ATLANTA – March 30, 2022 — Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Commissioner Pat Wilson today announced that GovStrive, a human resources services and solutions provider for federal government clients, will expand its operations in Dublin, Georgia. The expansion will create 50 full-time jobs, increasing the company’s total workforce in Dublin-Laurens County to 150.
“We are excited to see another Georgia-based company expand this year, and we look forward to GovStrive’s continued growth,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson. “GovStrive’s success is a testament to the vitality of Georgia’s small businesses, which account for 80% of registered businesses in Georgia. These small businesses enrich local communities and help Georgia retain the talent produced by the University System of Georgia.”
GovStrive’s expansion includes a new Client Solutions Center on the second floor of the newly renovated Stubbs Building, located at 100 West Jackson in Dublin, Georgia. This new facility will be home to 50 professional positions, such as computer programmers and individuals providing Human Resource solutions for numerous government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Forest Service. To learn more about employment opportunities, visit https://govstrive.com/careers/
“We are excited to partner with the Dublin-Laurens Development Authority to showcase a unique venture highlighting the big impact of small business in our community,” stated James Sasser, GovStrive President/CEO. “GovStrive is committed to providing professional opportunities that are critical to our local economy.”
GovStrive was founded in 2013 and has been headquartered in Dublin for the last six years. GovStrive operates facilities in Dublin, Georgia; Atlanta, Georgia; and Arlington, Virginia. The company employs approximately 200 people across the country, 100 of which are housed in two offices in Dublin: the corporate headquarters in the Henry Building on Jefferson Street and a service center on Hillcrest Parkway.
“The City of Dublin applauds the expansion of GovStrive,” stated Mayor Joshua Kight. “GovStrive is fulfilling its workforce needs by focusing on professionals who love the combination of Dublin’s vibrant small-town atmosphere, thriving downtown, and advanced connectivity through its existing fiber optic ring system. Dublin has emerged as an attractive option for top-tier talent seeking to enjoy what rural Georgia has to offer. We look forward to GovStrive’s continuing growth and expansion in our town.”
The expansion of GovStrive in downtown Dublin will create a demonstration center and concept office model for other companies considering similar operations in Dublin-Laurens County.
“The continued growth of GovStrive in Dublin-Laurens County further solidifies our status as a destination for regional employment,” added James L. Allgood, Jr., Chair of the Dublin-Laurens County Development Authority. “Leveraging the Small Business Administration’s HUBZone program, James and his leadership team have built an innovative company that is headquartered right here in Dublin. We are proud to partner with GovStrive to assist in their continued growth and the establishment of this new technology center in Downtown Dublin.”
GDEcD’s Project Manager Andrea Taylor represented the Global Commerce team on this competitive project in partnership with Dublin-Laurens County Development Authority, the City of Dublin, and Georgia Power.
GovStrive provides best-in-class support to federal clients across the Human Resources (HR) and Civil Rights (CR) arenas. From challenge identification to solution implementation, GovStrive employs its proprietary tools—built for the federal market and its highly skilled project teams—comprised of former federal HR and CR leaders and subject matter experts to help clients stabilize and innovate their operations, achieve Program priorities, and accomplish their most challenging strategic objectives.
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