GovCIO Launches Partnership with Washington Capitals

GovCIO, a leading provider of advanced technical solutions and digital services to the federal government, is proud to announce its partnership with the NHL’s Washington Capitals.

GovCIO, a leading provider of advanced technical solutions and digital services to the federal government, announced today a partnership with the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Washington Capitals.

The Capitals are a longtime supporter of military, veteran, and health IT causes. GovCIO’s partnership will extend through the end of the 2021-2022 season and into the 2022-2023 season.

GovCIO will serve as the exclusive sponsor of the Capitals’ inaugural Military Wives Baby Shower during the 2022-23 season. The Capitals will work with service members and their growing families to welcome their newest addition. Expecting parents will receive critical gifts from the Capitals and GovCIO to help ease their way into parenthood.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Washington Capitals,” says Jim Brabston, GovCIO CEO. “We’re especially excited to work with the Capitals to support the new Military Wives Baby Shower program. Military families serve as an integral part of our armed forces. We’re honored to provide any assistance we can during such a special time for a family.”

About GovCIO

GovCIO is a rapidly growing provider of advanced technology solutions and digital services to the federal government. In the 11 years since its founding, GovCIO has become a leading prime contractor supporting the mission of federal agencies, including the Departments of Defense, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Justice, and Veterans Affairs, as well as the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, United States Patent and Trademark Office, Government Accountability Office, and the Internal Revenue Service. GovCIO’s core capabilities are in IT modernization, cybersecurity, digital services, data, and IT management and mission services.

About the Washington Capitals

The National Hockey League (NHL) awarded Washington, D.C. with an expansion franchise in 1972, which became the Washington Capitals in 1974.  Washington has qualified for the playoffs 31 times – including the team’s Stanley Cup championship in 2018, the run to the Stanley Cup Final in 1998 and three Presidents’ Trophy-winning teams (2009-10, 2015-16, 2016-17), symbolic of the NHL’s best regular-season record.

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