MorphoTrak appoints FBI's Scott Swann as senior director of innovation
06 January 2015 16:00 GMT

Swann joins MorphoTrak after serving as special assistant to the FBI’s executive assistant director of the Science and Technology Branch.

US-based secure biometrics firm MorphoTrak USA has revealed that a former FBI official, Scott Swann, will become senior director of innovation at the company’s criminal justice and public safety business unit.

The unit is responsible for delivering biometric and security solutions for customers including the FBI, DHS, DoD, and many state and local law enforcement and civil agencies.

Swann joins MorphoTrak, a Morpho (Safran) company, after serving as special assistant to the FBI’s executive assistant director of its Science and Technology Branch.

Swann previously served as an executive officer in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, as a subject matter expert of biometrics and identity intelligence.

Prior to this, he was the FBI Agency Primary representative to the National Science Technology Council Subcommittee on Biometrics and Identity Management and Chairperson for the Department of Justice Biometric Cooperative.

Last August, Morpho announced the appointment of Steve Vinsik as MorphoTrak’s new vice president of criminal justice and public safety business unit.

 

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