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GSA CIO Coleman Joins AT&T Government Solutions
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1/8/2014 | 9:42:25 AM
Casey Coleman
Casey Coleman's departure from GSA is a tough loss for GSA and the Federal CIO Council -- and a great gain for AT&T Government Solutions.  Casey  knew how to fight the many battles CIOs face in government, but she also demonstrated a great willingness to work for the greater good of the government IT community. GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini made a good move in backing Coleman to consolidate GSA's many internal IT operations under one office, and many ways, much of the consolidation work is completed.  Sonny Hashmi brings a lot the position as acting CIO. Here's to his success building on Casey's work and taking GSA's IT operation onward and upward.

 


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