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FCW : September 15, 2013
September 15, 2013 FCW.COM 21 General Services Administration CIO Casey Coleman tweets about Amish romance novels and her love of socks. Her colleague Sonny Hashmi, GSA's deputy CIO, has two Twitter accounts and lively opinions on a broad range of topics. Viewed through the prism of their Twitter activity, the personalities of federal CIO Council members come to life. Fewer than a quarter of them have public accounts on Twitter, but those who do offer a glimpse into their personal tastes and their approach to work. To what extent CIOs use Twitter to talk shop, com- ment on the news of the day, or vent about traf c and the like varies depending on the user. Coleman and Hashmi inject humor and personal style into their Twitter feeds as much as they talk about work. Hashmi displays a pen- chant for complaining about the mundane --- "3.25 for drip coffee and dash of soy? That has to be illegal somewhere" --- and an appreciation for pop culture. He linked to a video of an a cappella cover of the popular Daft Punk song "Get Lucky" performed by a scraggly-looking man (and self-proclaimed YouTube celebrity) who created a new baseline uttering the words "boots, cats." Coleman has complained on Twitter about bad hair days and slow Metrorail service. But she and Hashmi also tweet frequently about technology and use Twitter to connect with their colleagues. Federal CIO Steven Van- Roekel, on the other hand, is all business. He uses Twit- ter almost exclusively to talk about the Obama adminis- tration's Digital Government Strategy and other initiatives he oversees. Very occasionally, Van- Roekel sneaks in a tweet about issues outside his pol- CIOs tiptoe into the Only a handful of CIO Council members are publicly active on social media, but their varied approaches offer important lessons By Eliza Krigman @digiphile @ValaAfshar I think I'm on the list of IT people who do cloud AND rescue German shepherds. Casey Coleman @caseycoleman e s r e v r e t ti w
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