Keith Seaman Joins VMware as Public Sector Healthcare Tech Chief; Lynn Martin Comments

VMwareLogoKeith Seaman, former assistant deputy chief information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs,  has joined VMware’s (NYSE: VMW) public sector team as chief technology executive for healthcare.

The 28-year veteran will lead the company to promote the use of information technology programs in public health service delivery, VMware said Thursday.

“We’re excited to welcome Keith to the VMware public sector team, ” said Lynn Martin, public sector group vice president at VMware.

“His depth of experience solving complex challenges of healthcare through IT in government will be a great asset to VMware’s public sector customers, ” she added.

In his most recent role at the VA, Seaman led the agency’s IT project management initiatives.

He has also served the VA as a representative of the senior information technology office and helped lead efforts to develop the Veterans Benefits Management System.

His background also includes work in acquisition, research and development, lifecycle budget execution and other areas.

Seaman graduated business finance management from Cameron University and holds an M.Sc. degree in national resource strategy from the National Defense University.

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