Washington, D.C., July 8, 2021 – GovernmentCIO (“GovCIO”), a leading provider of high-end technology and digital solutions to the federal health IT services market that is backed by Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe (“WCAS”), today announced it has agreed to acquire Salient CRGT (“SCRGT”), a leading provider of data analytics, cloud, agile software development, cybersecurity, and infrastructure solutions to U.S. national security, federal civilian, and federal health agencies, from Bridge Growth Partners and Frontenac.
The combination of GovCIO and SCRGT will bring together two premier, complementary providers of government IT solutions to form a diversified, best-in-class platform well-positioned to meet the evolving needs and priorities of government customers. Jim Brabston, GovCIO’s CEO, will lead the combined company. Tom Ferrando, SCRGT’s CEO, will join the board of directors and long-time industry veteran Phil Nolan will become chairman of the combined company, which will be named GovernmentCIO, following the close of the transaction. The combined company will have more than 2,200 employees and revenues of approximately $700 million in 2021.
Washington D.C.: GovernmentCIO is proud to partner with the Department of Veteran Affairs to release Veterans Legacy Memorial (VLM) Version 8.0 ahead of Memorial Day.
VLM is a publicly available interactive online memorialization platform for the National Cemetery Administration to honor the service and sacrifice the millions interred or inurned at VA national cemeteries. Since the program launched last May, the public has contributed over 17,000 tributes, and there are 1,200 registered member users to date.
Some of the new features introduced in Version 8.0 include the ability for all users to
Washington, D.C. – Inc. magazine announced Tuesday GovernmentCIO placed No. 64 on its second annual Inc. 5000 Regionals list for fastest-growing companies in the D.C. Metro area.
GovernmentCIO, which grew 175% in two years, is joined by Intuit, Microsoft, Oracle and other notable technology companies on Inc. Magazine’s annual list.
“We’re honored to be recognized on this list. Growth is important because it allows us to take care of the most important asset we have in this company: our people.” said Jim Brabston, GovernmentCIO CEO.
The government services firm specializes in IT transformation as well as digital, data, cybersecurity and Agile services,
WASHINGTON -- GovernmentCIO announced today that Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe ("WCAS"), a leading technology-focused private equity firm, has completed a strategic majority investment in the Company, a leading provider of high-end technology and digital solutions to the federal health IT services market. WCAS's investment in GovernmentCIO will support continued organic growth in its existing customer footprint, adjacent customers and expansion into new customers and capability areas through a focused acquisition strategy.
GovernmentCIO is a rapidly growing provider of advanced technology solutions and digital services to the federal government. In the 10 years since its founding, GovernmentCIO has become a leading prime contractor supporting the mission of federal health agencies, including the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Health and Human Services. In April, GovernmentCIO was recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the government services industry. GovernmentCIO was founded in 2010 by Brian Moran, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, who will remain with the company as the President of Strategic Operations and retain a
WASHINGTON -- GovernmentCIO has landed in the upper echelons of the Inc. 5000 list, earning a spot as America’s 848th fastest-growing company of 2020. Among the rankings, GovernmentCIO placed 42nd in the government services category and fifth in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
From the moment of its founding in 2010, GovernmentCIO has grown rapidly due to the team’s unwavering dedication and ingenuity. GovernmentCIO enjoyed one of its fastest-growing years yet, with a 562 percent growth rate in 2019.
“We are proud of our ongoing success, a product of our team’s dedication and hard work, and the opportunity to take on America’s most significant and momentous federal IT projects,” said GovernmentCIO CEO Brian Moran.
GovernmentCIO has taken on a prominent role at the Department of Veterans Affairs and continues to expand into the Department of Health and Human Services and the Defense Health Agency. Driven by the company’s missions to transform government IT, GovernmentCIO’s team works together with government agencies to continually improve their services.
The company has positioned itself for further
GovernmentCIO has won a prime spot on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Professional IT Program, Technical Services, and Strategy Mission Alignment of IT Services program, a vital component within the NIH’s ambitious modernization program.
The scope of the BPA includes program management services, IT services, communications, cybersecurity, and IT assessments, evaluations, and solutions.
GCIO is proud to have secured the opportunity to help further modernize NIH and maintain its standing as one of the most vital agencies advancing public health both within America and the world at large.
The demands of the COVID-19 epidemic have created new challenges, and NIH serves at the forefront of advancing treatment, testing, and potential cures for the disease.
Modernized IT and data processing capacities are an essential component of ensuring the NIH continues to develop breaking discoveries during one of the greatest trials the U.S. has faced, and GCIO is honored to be among those helping bolster the agency’s technical capacities.
As a company dedicated to public service, GovernmentCIO sees our upcoming work on behalf of the NIH as putting
GovernmentCIO has won a prime spot on the Paper Mail Conversion and Management Services contract supporting the modernization of claims processing at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The VA’s record digitization and paper mail conversion are essential components of the agency’s expansive and broad-reaching modernization initiative. These foundational steps will streamline the delivery of veteran benefits and set the groundwork for momentous transformation across the Veterans Benefits Administration.
The VA serves over 9 million veterans annually and manages a comprehensive roster of benefits from home and student loans to disability payments. As a service disabled veteran-owned business, GovernmentCIO understands the vital importance of caring for veterans and providing them with premier services that honor their sacrifice and dedication to our country.
GovernmentCIO’s work supporting the VA’s ongoing modernization campaign embodies our defining company value of public service as well our mission of transforming federal IT to help build a government that is dynamic, efficient and responsive to the needs of Americans nationwide.
WASHINGTON — GovernmentCIO secured two contract awards supporting the Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Institutes of Health, and was downselected for a contract supporting the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
GovernmentCIO received a contract to support the Paper Mail Conversion and Management Services program supporting the VA with automation and digitization of veteran’s benefits claims. As one of the prime contractors, GCIO will provide program management, applications development, integration support, quality control and risk management oversight. The T4NG Task Order was competed as a Fair Opportunity and has a 2-year period of performance. GCIO's contract is valued at $99 million.
The second win is for a prime spot on the Large NIH Professional IT Program, Technical Services, and Strategy Mission Alignment of IT Services program under the NIH Center for Information Technology Blanket Purchase Agreement. The multi-award $50 million BPA was awarded to GCIO as a large business, along with 11 other large business primes and several small business awardees, out of a competitive pool of 38 companies. The scope of the BPA includes program
The Department of Veterans Affairs rolled out a new feature on its digital, interactive virtual profiles for service members and veterans interred at VA cemeteries May 14 to begin the observance of Memorial Day. Now the public may leave comments or other messages of tribute on each veterans' profiles through the Veterans Legacy Memorial program.
VLM allows veterans' family members, like Michael Heisey, to share memories about their loved ones on a widely viewed digital platform.
WASHINGTON — The Sprezzatura-GovernmentCIO Joint Venture is proud to announce the acquisition of the Veterans Affairs Operating Division from IntelligentWaves LLC, a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) based in Reston, Virginia.
The Veterans Affairs Operating Division has shown considerable finesse in supporting the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract, having previously won a $2.9 million task order to provide Just in Time (JIT) user provisioning and warehouse management support for the VA’s Office of Strategic Operations.
“As we continue our growth in both personnel and skill capacities, GovernmentCIO will benefit from the Veterans Affairs Operating Division’s knowledge of systems engineering, cloud management and application security,” said GovernmentCIO CEO Brian Moran.
“We are looking forward to bringing the Veterans Affairs Operating Division into the Sprezzatura - GovernmentCIO Joint Venture fold not only because of their hard-won knowledge and considerable breadth of experience, but also due to our shared values as
WASHINGTON -- The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded GovernmentCIO a T4NG Task Order, VA Pulse Transition to SharePoint Online.
As the exclusive awardee, GovernmentCIO will work closely with the VA OIT Office of Healthcare Transformation (OHT) to provide web design, web support, virtual collaboration management, and training as the agency transitions its VA Pulse users and sites away from the Jive software virtual collaboration platform to the VA’s SharePoint Online (SPO) platform.
Over the past five years, VA Pulse has allowed VA to establish an online social business collaborative site that facilitates the sharing and promotion of evidence-based best practices and innovative methods for continuous improvement across the agency.
This transition to SharePoint Online will further strengthen OHT’s business collaborative network by improving access to information and allowing practitioners to deliver tailored solutions that integrate seamlessly within their workflow.
“GovernmentCIO is honored to have been selected as a partner during this integral transition, and is looking forward to contributing our distinct talent and expertise towards
Forbes selected GovernmentCIO for its annual list of Top 100 Companies for Remote Work, recognizing businesses that lead in providing the ability to telecommute while also meeting their organizations’ missions.
Forbes officials issued the honor prior to many global businesses transitioning to more flexible telework policies in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Never before has there been as much focus on offering employees remote working opportunities.
“The boom of remote jobs means that many have more flexibility in choosing where they live, how they commute and which career to pursue. Working from home allows some to reclaim that illusive work-life balance, as they don’t have to spend as much time going to work or getting dressed for meetings,” Forbes writes.
While GovernmentCIO has three offices across America in Washington D.C., Florida and Texas, the organization’s embrace of remote work has enabled the company to grow and recruit talent across the country. The company’s workforce spans from
WASHINGTON -- The Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration held up the Veterans Legacy Memorial program as its second greatest achievement of 2019 — behind only the NCA’s near perfect score under the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
In an annual retrospective, the NCA lauded how VLM is “reinventing the way the public memorializes veterans.” Designed in partnership with GovernmentCIO, VLM allows the families of veterans to access digital memorials for America’s warriors. These profiles include duration and branch of service.
VLM is designed to celebrate the full scope of each veteran’s life, with plans to further develop the program and include additional space for family members to memorialize the course of a veteran’s life after they’ve retired from service. The goal is both reverential and civic-minded, allowing family members to honor how veterans continued serving their country and community after their time in the armed forces.
Feedback on VLM has been positive. VLM has proven a special boon for veteran families
WASHINGTON -- The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded GovernmentCIO a $900M IDIQ for the Veterans Intake, Conversion, and Communication Services (VICCS) program. There were 6 awardees, each with a $900M ceiling, to assist VBA with their transformation efforts.
VA developed the five-year IDIQ to obtain proactive, highly qualified partners to help the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) implement major transformation across its benefits processing environment to improve how VA serves veterans.
“We’re honored to be one of the companies that VA leadership has entrusted to support America’s veterans through the Veterans Benefits Administration,” said GovernmentCIO CEO Brian Moran.
GovernmentCIO established a team comprised of leading experts in digitization and conversion, legacy modernization, integration and automation. The company compiled the resources and expertise to execute complex, high volume requirements. GovernmentCIO also partnered with cutting-edge and innovative technology companies to best support veterans.
“GovernmentCIO looks forward to further supporting VA and VBA’s mission and is excited to explore additional ways in
An upcoming digital platform from the Department of Veterans Affairs harnessing existing data from the National Cemetery Administration will allow loved ones of deceased veterans to honor them though interactive virtual profiles. The platform, called Veterans Legacy Memorial, is built using existing 25-year-old NCA records. The first phase has begun testing for a planned public release later this year.
The project has been two years in the making, when it was first conceptualized under NCA's Veterans Legacy Program. In addition to providing the ability to leave messages in honor of deceased veterans buried at VA cemeteries, VLM will improve the on-site cemetery experience and provide academic opportunities to scholars and research professionals to obtain background information on veterans.
VLM was inspired by NCA's Bryce Carpenter who noticed the difficulties traveling to a deceased service member's memorial site can be for various reasons, according to a post on the Federal Data Strategy's website. Carpenter proposed developing "
WASHINGTON – GovernmentCIO, an established leader in government information technology and research, announced Megha Chokshi will assume the role of vice president of data, analytics and strategy.
Chokshi joins GovernmentCIO after 17 years with SAIC/Engility, where she served as director of VA programs and operations to support instrumental business operations and organic growth.
Chokshi -- who brings more than 15 years of experience in business operations, account management, and leading strategic planning initiatives -- will develop innovative initiatives with GovernmentCIO’s Delivery VPs, who include Digital Services VP Erin Mirsky, IT Transformation VP Alex Brown, and Cybersecurity VP Daryl Eckard. Working with Chief Delivery Officer Kristin Gill, Chokshi will execute solutions for government IT transformation at multiple government agencies.
As a mission-driven leader, Chokshi has effectively engaged stakeholders to design winning strategies. With a focus on value-driven frameworks and building a culture of excellence, she has a deep understanding of federal agencies and integrators. Chokshi
WASHINGTON -- GovernmentCIO, a leading government information technology and media research firm, increased the number of veterans working for the company by 71 percent..
GovernmentCIO CEO Brian Moran, a Navy veteran, has consistently made veteran hiring a priority. In July, the company hosted a veterans hiring event at its Washington, D.C., headquarters.
The boom of veterans hiring comes during a period of significant growth for the company as it has doubled in size over the past year. The growth follows the addition of three new Department of Veterans Affairs IT contracts for GovernmentCIO.
“We want to grow our team with the best. Hiring America’s veterans throughout our company allows us to do just that,” Moran said. “We have seen incredible benefits from their leadership and experience in the service.”
LEESBURG, Va. -- GovernmentCIO hosted its annual All Hands Retreat on October 7-8 here at the Lansdowne Resort. Company leaders spoke about the significant growth the company has seen in the past year. Since last year’s retreat, the company has doubled in size.
The evening kicked off with inspiring and motivating speeches from CEO Brian Moran and COO Bill Giandoni during dinner.
This year’s retreat also featured live music from the GCIO band, a wonderful treat and showcase of company talent as members socialized, enjoyed a bonfire and played games on the outdoor terrace.
The following day consisted of presentations, case studies and growth stories from company leadership from all divisions: Media, Growth, Finance, Delivery, Business Development, Capture and Proposals, Contract, and the company’s four branches of services: Cyber, Digital, Data and IT. Leaders focused their presentations on the employee-centric direction of the company.
And in ongoing efforts to engage geographically dispersed employees, GCIO colleagues worked together to brainstorm and present ways in which GCIO can better integrate employees nationwide. Common ideas ranged from