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White House Nabs Google’s Megan Smith as New CTO

04
Sep
2014

Google exec Megan Smith is leaving Googles Mountain View campus for the White House, where shell be its next Chief Technology Officer and will oversee the federal governments use of technology. Lets go #InnovationNation! — Megan Smith (@smithmegan) September 4, 2014 Obama released the following statement Thursday, adding that fellow Google alum and former Twitter lawyer Alexander Macgillivray will join as Deputy CTO: I am confident that in her new role as Americas Chief Technology Officer, she will put her long record of leadership and exceptional skills to work on behalf of the American people.

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