Two Googlers Take Top White House Tech Jobs
Washington is searching Google to fill its top technology jobs. The White House said Thursday on its blog that it hired Megan Smith, a Google executive with years of Silicon Valley experience, to be the next U.S. Alexander Macgillivray, who spent years as counsel for Twitter and Google, will serve as a deputy CTO. As the nation’s top tech leader, Smith will guide the administration’s information-technology policy and initiatives.
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