Why are there a lot of federal government agencies headquartered in the state of Virginia?
- MercuriLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
It's extremely close to Washington, DC and Washington, DC is tiny.
- Thomas CNSRVLv 78 months ago
Land in Baltimore, Md. is to expensive!
- Anonymous8 months ago
Either because they're in suburbs of Washington, D.C., where the real estate prices or office rents are cheaper than in the city, or because they're located in the Norfolk region as part of a big complex of mostly military and space agencies.
- Donald KLv 68 months ago
Because the district of Colombia borders Virginia. The other neighboring state, Maryland, contains the NSA.
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- Max HooplaLv 78 months ago
It is close to DC