Tim Irvine Named Head of Accenture Federal Digital Studio

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Tim Irvine

Tim Irvine, formerly head of design for the North America sector at Fjord, has been appointed to lead Accenture’s (NYSE: ACN) federal digital studio in Washington, D.C., Technical.ly reported Friday.

He will oversee a team of designers, data scientists, technologists and developers who help federal agencies better communicate with employees and clients through digital platforms under his new role at Accenture Federal Services.

Irvine previously served as chief experience officer at Acquity Group, which Accenture acquired in 2013.

The appointment came after the studio expanded its facility, launched the AI Innovation Hub and Discovery Lab and added digital professionals to its team.

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