Casey Coleman is the chief information officer for U.S. General Services Administration, a position she’s held since Sept. 2, 2007. In her role, Coleman is faced with the task of aligning technology with the administration’s strategic business objectives and efficiently and effectively managing its information technology solutions. She manages the $500 million GSA IT program.
Prior to her current position, Coleman served as the CIO for the U.S. General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) for almost a year, and before that, she served two years as the GSA Federal Technology Service CIO. She was also the head of the GSA Office of Citizen Services from June 2002 through July 2004, where she developed and successfully launched the USA Services government-wide citizen customer service program.
Coleman got her start at Lockheed Martin, where she spent several years in software and system engineering roles, developing onboard command and control systems for military systems employed during the Gulf War. She also served for a year as a Congressional Legislative Fellow in 1994.
Hailing from Texas, Coleman graduated with honors from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, and then earned a master’s degree in business administration and finance from the University of Texas at Arlington.