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Former GSA Official Aaron Snow Named COO of cBrain’s North America Operations

Aaron Snow

Aaron Snow, former senior adviser for the General Services Administration‘s Technology Transformation Service, has joined cBrain as chief operating officer of the company’s North America-based operations.

Per Tejs Knudsen, cBrain CEO, said in a company statement published Thursday Snow brings technological and digital transformation experience to help the Denmark-based company build on its international operations.

Snow has also held the deputy commissioner role at TTS and helped create the organization within GSA.

He was a Presidential Innovation Fellow and previously served as the executive director of GSA’s 18F unit, where he worked with government agencies on the procurement and development of digital technologies and services.

His background is both in law and computer science and he has held positions at firms such as Database Publishing GroupMicrosoft (Nasdaq: MSFT); Boies, Schiller and Flexner; and Daring.

Snow also served as a senior adviser on voter protection to former president Barack Obama during his presidential campaign in 2012.

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