Introducing the New GovCIO

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Why We've Changed

2021 was a landmark year for GovCIO. We’ve transitioned to a new leadership team and acquired an entire company, Salient CRGT, tripling in size to 2600 employees in a matter of months. Through our investment in Salient CRGT, in addition to welcoming many new colleagues to GovCIO, we’ve expanded both our footprint across the defense and civilian spaces and the breadth of capabilities we can offer customers.

With any growth such as this one comes change. With new customers markets come new challenges and needs to address; with new technologies come new solutions; and with expanded capabilities and employee expertise come expanded avenues for innovation.

We’re embracing this change, using it as an opportunity to update our brand as well. As we continue evolving towards our next phase as a company, we’ve refreshed the GovCIO brand (including this name change) to better position ourselves in the government marketplace. Don’t worry though, our name and look may change, but we’ll always stay true to our roots and core founding mission of transforming government IT.

The New GovCIO

We’re excited to show you what we’ve been working on.

What's Changed?

How We're Referring to Ourselves

Our Logo

Our Website

What Hasn't Changed

As we mentioned above, with the growth of our company, change is inevitable. In fact, GovCIO is built on the concept of change, of transformation. However, what hasn’t changed with this rebrand-and what won’t change- is our dedication to our customers and our core mission of transforming government IT. What won’t change is our commitment to you and your families, as we’ll continue making sure we’re providing you with the resources you need to thrive both professionally and personally.


GovCIO is no longer a 10-person team working out of a single office space in Washington D.C. We’re a 2,500-person team spread across the United States and beyond. And we needed to update our branding assets needed to reflect the evolution and increased diversity of our company.

In initiating this rebrand, we evaluated who our company was at its start, who we are as a company today, and where we want to go in the future.

The previous version of our logo and brand reflected how our customers and employees saw the company at the time: mission-focused, approachable, nimble. We sought to retain those perceptions in our new look while also showing how we’ve evolved over the years. We’ve acquired new products and services with our recent acquisition of Salient CRGT and it was time for a change.

We’re so excited to share this new brand with you.