IT Giant CSRA Unveils New Tagline, Website

CSRA Inc., a leading provider of next-generation IT solutions to the federal government, launched its new brand identity — ‘Think Next. Now.

‘Think Next. Now.’ represents CSRA’s ongoing commitment to the future — to deliver imaginative ideas and flawless execution that are vital to the safety, security, health and well-being of the nation,” said CSRA CEO Larry Prior. “CSRA’s mission is to make America stronger through bigger ideas and better delivery. ‘Think Next. Now.’ imagines a better future and delivers it today for our customers, our partners, and, ultimately, all of the people our mission touches.”

CSRA also unveiled a redesigned website,, aligned with the new brand and featuring expanded content on CSRA’s solutions. The website has more robust information on its expertise in cybersecurity, data and analytics, digital platforms, digital services, enterprise business services, and intelligent business process services, and on its main service areas: civil, defense, health, homeland security and intelligence.

CSRA develops relationships with companies that complement and enhance its broad range of information technology services and solutions; as a result the website highlights CSRA’s Strategic Alliance Partners: Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP and ServiceNow.

A new blog called Thinking Next showcases articles on a variety of technical and industry topics from CSRA’s thought leaders. The site also provides a self-service library of collateral and information on CSRA’s various offerings.

The new brand introduces a bold visual identify which reflects CSRA’s innovative spirit and continuing commitment to delivering tomorrow’s thinking, today. It also conveys CSRA’s energetic approach to attracting and cultivating top talent and building brilliant teams that power ingenious ideas for our customers’ missions.

For the full release, please visit HERE.



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