Coleman will assume a vice president position with the company.
Former U.S. General Services Administration CIO Casey Coleman is making a switch in the private sector, joining Unisys Federal as its group vice president for civilian agencies.
Coleman spent seven years as the GSA’s tech czar before leaving for a job with AT&T Government Solutions. She previously worked for Lockheed Martin and Kana Software, according to a Unisys press release. Her role at Unisys will focus on integrating the company’s products with government agencies.
"We are extremely pleased to have Casey leading Unisys' U.S. federal civilian agency business," said Venkatapathi "PV" Puvvada, president of Unisys Federal, in a statement. "Her expertise in areas like cloud, mobility, security and IT consolidation fits perfectly into the strengths of the portfolio of solutions Unisys provides to its federal clients. Her skills and experience will help us continue to achieve success at meeting the mission-critical needs of our civilian agency clients."
Coleman spearheaded a number of projects as CIO of the GSA, including transitions to cloud-based email and CRM platforms. She’s also championed mobility efforts at the GSA.
"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 added in a statement. "This position offers me an opportunity to have a significant impact across the entire federal civilian sector."
Coleman's first day at Unisys will be April 22, according to Unisys spokesman Brad Bass.
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