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An American Success Story

GEICO is built on ingenuity, perseverance, innovation, resilience, and hard, honest work. From our humble beginnings in the midst of the Great Depression to our current place as one of the most successful companies in the nation, GEICO represents a quintessential American success story.

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What does "GEICO" stand for?

Government Employees Insurance Company. Puzzled, are you? Well, the name goes back to the beginnings of our company. Founder Leo Goodwin first targeted a customer base of U.S. government employees and military personnel. Today, of course, GEICO has grown to provide insurance to a wide range of customers.

Our Guiding Principles 

GEICO's seven operating principles help define our unique corporate culture and have been the basis for some of our greatest achievements.

Respect, Support & Provide Opportunity for All Associates


Be Fanatics for Outstanding Customer Service


Be the Low-Cost Provider

Operate with Uncompromising Integrity

Operate with Uncompromising Integrity


Maintain a Disciplined Balance Sheet


Make an Underwriting Profit While Achieving Optimum Growth

Invest for Total Return

Invest for Total Return

GEICO's Culture

At GEICO, we love that our associates are proud goal-seekers, and that's why we believe in celebrating their milestones and rewarding their achievements. Throughout the year we reward performance and accomplishments, host programs that recognize personal successes, and acknowledge innovation, service, and leadership.

GEICO In The Community

We are a community—inside and out—and being an active corporate citizen is a fun and rewarding aspect of our culture. Thousands of GEICO associates support worthy causes and charitable organizations in an effort to contribute to the greater good.

One Dream, One Team

​​​​​​​You can always accomplish more at GEICO. Our associates create opportunities to get to know one another better and build stronger teams. They participate in contests and company-sponsored athletics, volunteer for community service events, attend on-site activities, and much more.