Coleman, who led GSA’s IT efforts from 2007 to 2014 before taking a position with AT&T Government Solutions, is joining Unisys Federal.
Former General Services Administration Chief Information Officer Casey Coleman is headed to Unisys.
Coleman, who led GSA’s IT efforts from 2007 to 2014 before taking a position with AT&T Government Solutions, is joining Unisys Federal as its group vice president for civilian agencies.
Coleman was a decorated civil servant -- a three-time Fed 100 winner, among numerous other accolades -- known for innovative thinking and helping modernize GSA’s technology, including its most to cloud-based email.
While AT&T Government Solutions was her first private sector employer after government service, Coleman held positions at Lockheed Martin and Kana Software before her time at GSA.
She’ll bring a wealth of experience and an extensive networking of connections to her position at Unisys Federal, where she’ll “be responsible for delivering integrated Unisys products and services” to government clients, according to a press statement.
"As someone with a passion for helping federal government agencies use technology to advance their missions, I look forward to working at Unisys to serve the company's civilian agency clients," Coleman said. "This position offers me an opportunity to have a significant impact across the entire federal civilian sector."