Bio of Chuck Cliburn, Founder and President of New Capitol IT
Over Two Decades of Business Leadership in Florida
Chuck Cliburn is the founder and president of New Capitol IT, LLC a governmental business development and lobbying firm located in Tallahassee Florida. The firm specializes in helping companies in the information technology and business processing industries do business with Florida government.
Chuck is a long-time Tallahassee resident and business leader. For over two decades he has worked closely with Florida leaders, industry, and stakeholder organizations to identify and advocate for innovative technology-based solutions that enable more efficient and cost-effective government operations. He is a trusted advisor to some of Florida’s most well-known and respected business and service organizations. He has been a member of the Florida TaxWatch Cost Savings Task Force for the past 3 years and is current chair of the Legislative Affairs Committee for the AIF Florida IT Council. He is a member of Associated Industries of Florida and TalTech Alliance and holds board positions with Florida TaxWatch, the Challenger Learning Center, and the Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce. He is past chair of the American Heart Association Tallahassee HeartWalk and is active in his church, Good Samaritan United Methodist. He plays keyboards in the church band.
Chuck is a champion of Florida economic and business growth and led the Xerox expansion in Florida that resulted in in the opening of two new corporate facilities in Tallahassee in 2011. While at Xerox, he and his team were recognized by Florida Workforce Plus on multiple occasions for leadership in promoting business and job growth in the Tallahassee area.
Chuck began his career in Phoenix, Arizona with Burroughs Corporation (now Unisys) and has spent his entire career in the IT industry. In the early years, he held sales and management positions across the country including positions in Las Vegas, Miami, Philadelphia and Jacksonville and Tallahassee. However, for most of his career (over 23 years), he has lived and worked in Tallahassee.
After a long career at Unisys, he joined ACS (now Xerox) in 2005 as Vice President of Sales for Florida Government and was later promoted to Senior Vice President and Florida Client Executive where he was responsible for the overall sales and business strategy for Xerox State Government Solutions Group in Florida until leaving Xerox in late 2012.
Chuck received his BS degree in business administration from the University of Southern Mississippi and his MBA from the American Graduate School of International Management. He resides in Tallahassee with his wife Madelin. They have two grown children, Brian and Jamie, and one granddaughter, Karis.
As a well-established business leader, Chuck Cliburn has excellent insight and successful experience in enhancing the efficiency and productivity of Florida government operations and services. Chuck has been a strong and consistent Florida TaxWatch Board Member and excellent Member on several Florida TaxWatch Government Cost Savings Task Forces.~ Dominic Calabro, President and CEO, Florida TaxWatch
Chuck has deep business roots in Tallahassee and a unique understanding of how business and government intersect. He has been a strong member of AIF and Chairman of the IT Council. He is very well-respected in the Florida IT business community.~ Tom Feeney, President and CEO, Associated Industries of Florida
I have worked closely with Chuck for over 20 years during his tenure at Unisys and Xerox/ACS on several major procurements involving complex legal and business issues. Chuck’s business acumen and understanding of Florida’s procurement processes are impressive – he is indeed a leader in the field of public procurement. Chuck has an acute sense of doing the right thing to insure a level field and that the state is receiving fair value. I would highly recommend Chuck as a consultant to any firm interested in doing business with the State of Florida.~ Rob Vezina, Managing Partner, Vezina, Lawrence & Piscitelli