The state on Monday helped clear the way for a major defense contractor to bring 215 new high-paying jobs to the area that focus on a growing area of expertise here.
The State Controlling Board on Monday granted Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) $550,000 to be used to add 180 jobs at its Beavercreek office and 35 in the Springfield area during the next three years. SAIC currently has about 380 employees in the Dayton area. …
Also on the controlling board’s agenda was a $232,918 purchase of a femtrosecond pulsed laser by Wright State.
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