In 2009, IT may be used as a driver and sandbox to deliver innovation and competitive advantage to businesses worldwide. At the same time, worldwide labor...
Author - Casey Coleman
Casey Coleman was named Chief Information Officer for U.S. General Services Administration effective September 2, 2007. As CIO, Casey manages the Agency's $500 million IT program, overseeing the GSA's information resources. Previously, Casey was appointed the Chief Information Officer for the U.S. General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) on October of 2006. FAS, is the service formed by the combination of the GSA Federal Technology Service and Federal Supply Service.
Prior to her designation as FAS CIO, Casey served two years as the GSA Federal Technology Service CIO. She also headed the GSA Office of Citizen Services from June 2002 through July 2004, where she developed and successfully launched the USA Services governmentwide citizen customer service program. Casey began her career at Lockheed Martin, where she spent several years in software and system engineering roles, involved in developing military systems employed during the Gulf War.
She also served for a year as a Congressional Legislative Fellow in 1994. With more than 18 years of experience in the high tech sector and a background in electronic business commerce, Casey is known for her ability to implement organizational change, and using technology to achieve business and mission goals.