Balto. Co. health IT company recruiting for jobs

October 27, 2011|By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun

A health information technology company in Baltimore County has made the first major expansion at the new Federal Center at Woodlawn and is recruiting for dozens of positions.

Executives of Maricom and CSC on Thursday joined Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, a Democrat, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and County Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver for a public announcement of the new jobs at Maricom's offices in Woodlawn.

Virginia-based CSC announced Sept. 1 that it had acquired Maricom, whose 200 employees provide IT services for the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The acquisition was part of CSC's focus on high-growth areas of the federal government.

The state named the Federal Center an "enterprise zone" in July. The designation is meant to spur development through property and income tax credits.

Maricom moved to the center earlier this year after upgrading a 1970s-era office building. The company is recruiting for more than 35 positions, including software engineers, systems architects and analysts.

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