Business Briefs: Verizon, OBXtek

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A new Verizon Wireless opened in Chantilly this week. The  store is off of Westfields Blvd., next to the Field at Commonwealth, and is owned and operated by Victra, the leading authorized retailer of wireless products and services for Verizon Wireless. Victra is recognized by Verizon for its award-winning customer service experience.

The Chantilly store, like all of the more than 1,000 Victra stores across the country, will offer a comprehensive mix of wireless devices including smartphones, feature phones, tablets, mobile broadband and wearables; as well as a broad range of accessories and device insurance coverage. Victra stores also offer Redux, a revolutionary technology that dries out wet smartphones and other devices in less than an hour, preserving data, photos and contacts.

Customers can reach the new Chantilly store at (571) 485-2002 or stop by during business hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Further information can also be found online at www.victra.com.

Address: 14385 Newbrook Drive, Suite 202, Chantilly, VA 20151

OBXtek wins Air Force contract

OBXtek Inc. was awarded a contract with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Real Estate Transaction Program (AFCEC-CIT RET). The two-year, $2.7 million prime contract was awarded through the OASIS SB contract vehicle.

OBXtek will provide the AFCEC-CIT with a full range of support and deliverables focused on consulting and working with action officers, team leads, supervisors and the division chiefs to achieve a professional Air Force Real Estate program. Projects will include improving processes, reducing expired grants, assisting with audits, restructuring the Air Force Real Estate training program and performing CIT workflow duties.

“OBXtek is excited for the opportunity to support the AFCEC-CIT RET,” said Dale Spencer, OBXtek president and chief operating officer. “Our proactive team of experts plans to bring innovative solutions that will enhance the program, and we look forward to collaborating with the Air Force team.”

AFCEC-CIT is considered the execution arm for Higher Headquarters (HHQ) established policy and as such implements installation level procedures to ensure the highest level of adherence to Air Force policy.

 

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