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B. Scott Swann is the President and CEO of IDEMIA. This subsidiary provides biometric products and services to leading federal government agencies. Mr. Swann previously served as the Vice President of Federal Operations and Innovation at MorphoTrak, LLC, where he was responsible for delivering biometric and security solutions for customers including the FBI, DHS, DoD, and many other state and local law enforcement and civil agencies. Mr. Swann joined MorphoTrak, a Morpho (Safran) company, after serving as Special Assistant in the FBI Director’s Office to the Executive Director of the Science and Technology Branch. Mr. Swann entered duty with the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division in 1996. In 1998, he was assigned to the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) Program Office and worked as an engineer ensuring the integrity of FBI IAFIS repositories. As a Unit Chief for the Services, Evaluation & Analysis (SEA) Unit between 2008 and 2010, Mr. Swann was responsible for directing, coordinating, and administering research, development, tests and evaluation of biometrics technologies to support the Next Generation Identification Program. In 2010, Mr. Swann accepted a joint duty assignment with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), where he served as an Executive Officer and Science and Technology Office as the Identity Intelligence Lead for the Intelligence Community (IC). As part of his 18 year tenure with the FBI Mr. Swann was an active member of the International Association for Identification and also served as the FBI Agency Primary representative to the National Science Technology Council Subcommittee on Biometrics and Identity Management as well as Chairperson for the Department of Justice Biometric Cooperative. Mr. Swann holds an undergraduate degree in business management from Salem-Teikyo University and a Master of Science degree in software engineering from West Virginia University.

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