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Casey Coleman moving to Unisys Federal Systems

Casey Coleman

Casey Coleman

Former General Services Administration CIO Casey Coleman is leaving AT&T Government Solutions to become Unisys Federal's civilian agency business leader. Her first day at Unisys will be April 22.

Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman interviewed Coleman on April 14 about the pending move. She said she had long been impressed by Unisys' "depth of capabilities and skills, whether it is the cloud, mobility, security or the core infrastructure."

Coleman joined AT&T in January 2014 after spending 11 in various IT leadership roles at GSA. Prior to GSA, she held positions at Lockheed Martin and Kana Software.

A three-time Federal 100 winner, Coleman told Washington Technology her time at GSA would serve her well at Unisys. "I have a lot of empathy for our government customers," she said. "You have to understand the pressures they are under."

For the full Washington Technology article, please click here.

Posted by Troy K. Schneider on Apr 15, 2015 at 5:02 AM


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