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Reports: Sonny Hashmi to Depart GSA in April

Sonny Hashmi
Sonny Hashmi

Sonny Hashmi, chief information officer at the General Services Administration, will leave the agency in April for a new role in the private sector, FCW reported Tuesday.

Hashmi confirmed the news to FCW’s Troy Schneider.

He succeeded Casey Coleman in 2014 as CIO after she joined AT&T Government Solutions.

Hashmi joined GSA in January 2011 after his tenure in Washington, D.C.’s local government, Federal News Radio reports.

Jason Miller writes Hashmi led GSA’s effort to establish a laboratory for employees to experiment with technology and write codes, among others.

He also steered the agency to adopt virtual desktop interfaces that allow employees to use personal devices on GSA’s network infrastructure, the station reports.

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