Casey Coleman Appointed AT&T Government Solutions Client EVP

Casey Coleman
Casey Coleman

Casey Coleman, formerly chief information officer at the General Services Administration, has joined AT&T (NYSE: T) as client executive vice president for the company’s U.S. federal business division, AT&T Government Solutions.

She will be responsible for developing long-term customer relationships and delivering customized offerings to civilian agencies, AT&T said Tuesday.

At GSA, Coleman oversaw a $600 million information technology budget and led the agency to move its email and collaboration platform into a cloud computing environment, as well as efforts to increase adoption of mobile applications and related tools.

“Advances in cloud, mobility, big data and security present federal organizations with a new world of opportunities, ” Coleman said.

Coleman also held the CIO roles at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service and Federal Technology Service and started her career at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT).

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