President Obama Names Former Facebook Inc (FB) Engineer As First White House IT Director

Former Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) engineer David Recordon has been named as the first ever Director of White House Information Technology, according to an announcement made via The White House Blog.

Prior to being hired for his new post, Recordon was Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB)’s engineering director for five years.

According to the White House, the hiring of the former Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) executive is part of the Obama administration’s push to modernize White House’s own technology.

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Anita Breckenridge, President Obama’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Operation and the author of the announcement of the official White House blog, noted that the President created the U.S. Digital Service (USDS) last year to improve the way the government uses technology to serve the American People.

“In our continued efforts to serve our citizens better, we’re bringing in top tech leaders to support our teams across the federal government. Today, I’m pleased to welcome David Recordon as the Director of White House Information Technology,” the President said in a statement.

Furthermore, President Obama said that Recordon’s substantial experience in the private sector seeing to the deployment of the latest collaborative and communication technologies among other things “will be a great asset to our work on behalf of the American people.”

The former Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) engineer will be tasked to continue the Obama administration’s Smarter IT Delivery efforts, Breckenridge wrote.

Columbus Circle Investors managed by Donald Chiboucis increased its stake in Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) to 3.64 million shares by the end 2014’s December quarter. The stake increased 21% quarter over quarter.

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