Gov. Ron DeSantis will make what his office calls a major announcement Friday at the Fidelity National Information Services Inc. headquarters in Jacksonville.
FIS fits the profile of code-named Sharp, described as an international financial technology services firm. Sharp has pledged to create 500 jobs in Jacksonville and build a 300,000-square-foot office building and parking structure for a $145 million corporate headquarters.
Sharp and government officials are finalizing a $29.9 million city and state-backed incentive package for the project.
According to a media advisory Thursday afternoon, DeSantis will be joined by FIS Chairman, President and CEO Gary Norcross at the 1 p.m. event at 601 Riverside Drive.
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Executive Director Ken Lawson and Enterprise Florida Inc. President and CEO Jamal Sowell will also attend.
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