Katie Lewin serves as program manager for cloud computing at the General Services Administration, where she is responsible for identifying, developing and delivering methods for agencies to use cloud computing.
GSA’s cloud program includes Apps.gov, cloud-based email, security-as-a-service and data center consolidation.
Prior to this position, she served as chief of staff to the agency’s CIO.
Before joining GSA, Lewin was an information technology consultant at SRA International and Lockheed Martin, where she worked with clients at the Internal Revenue Service, other financial management agencies and the Federal Aviation Administration.
She started her federal service career at the Library of Congress and has also worked at the Office of Management and Budget and IRS.
Lewin holds a master’s degree in library and information science from Dominican University and an undergraduate degree in American history from Trinity University.