Peter Marquez Named AWS Space Policy Head

Peter Marquez Named AWS Space Policy Head
Peter Marquez Head of Space Policy AWS

Peter Marquez, former White House official, has joined Amazon Web Services as head of space policy, CNBC reported Thursday.

He joins the company as AWS broadens its services in the space sector. AWS recently formed a division focused on aerospace and satellite platforms.

Marquez previously served as director of space policy at the White House National Security Council under the administrations of President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. He held leadership roles at Planetary Resources and Orbital Sciences, which now operates as part of Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC). He also served as a space adviser for Netflix’s comedy series Space Force.

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