Two Googlers Take Top White House Tech Jobs

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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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