Donnie Scott Named Idemia North America Public Security SVP

Donnie Scott

Donnie Scott, formerly director of national security business development at DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), has been named senior vice president of public security at Idemia‘s identity and security business in North America.

Idemia said Tuesday Scott brings more than 16 years of business development experience in the U.S. public sector market to his new role.

He has worked with multiple clients from defense, civilian and healthcare agencies.

Before DXC, he held positions at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) and Electronic Data Systems.

Billerica, Mass.-based Idemia offers biometric and facial recognition and automated identification systems designed to help law enforcement agencies public security threats.

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