GovernmentCIO Media & Research Rebrands as GovCIO Media & Research

GovernmentCIO Media & Research Rebrands as GovCIO Media & Research

You may notice something a little different about us. Today we updated our brand to include a new logo and a new name: GovCIO Media & Research. We’re still the publication you have come to love, but we feel the new look captures our publication’s growth and our expansion into additional topics and agencies. That includes our expertise in covering the news and insights that impact federal technology leaders.

What's Changed?

How We're Referring to Ourselves

If you've been with us from the very beginning, you know we've had a few iterations of our name. We're now going by GovCIO Media & Research. This change reflects a simple concept – a concise name that represents the clear, concise reporting you trust and value from us. And let's face it: GovernmentCIO Media & Research was a mouthful. Many of our employees, partners and audience members already refer to us as GovCIO Media, so the change made sense.

Our Logo

With a new name comes a new logo: bigger, bolder, better. Our updated logo reflects a more modern design with a bold spirit. It’s rooted in our history but gives us the momentum and strength to move into the future and underscores our position as the leading publication for federal IT news.

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The flywheel has been with us since the beginning – that’s not new. It represents momentum and transformation and gets a bolder treatment in the new logo. The flywheel and O sandwich and center the logo with the multi-colored V serving as the focal point. The V serves as the connector between Gov & CIO, uniting the two as one.

What Hasn't Changed

Our commitment to our readers has always been - and will continue to be - to deliver best-in-class journalism about federal IT. Over the years, we’ve brought the news to your inbox, invited you to take part in events, beamed interviews to your podcast apps and more – and we’ll keep doing that, just under a new name with a fresher look.

Conclusion

We cover IT modernization. Transformation and progress are at the center of our conversations with federal leaders – and we wanted in on the action. We’ve evolved, so it’s time for our brand to evolve too. In initiating this rebrand, we evaluated who our company was at the start, who we are as a company today and where we want to go in the future – and that’s to new heights.

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We’re so excited to share this new brand with you and to take you with us into a bolder future.

 
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