Aaron Snow, senior adviser of the General Services Administration‘s Technology Transformation Service and founding member of GSA’s 18F organization, will leave the agency at the end of the month, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday.
Jason Miller writes Snow said in an email obtained by the station that “family and other events” influenced his planned departure from government service.
TTS commissioner Rob Cook told Federal News Radio in an interview that Snow’s four-year renewable term at GSA is slated to end soon.
Snow co-founded 18F and previously held the roles of director of delivery, deputy executive director and executive director at GSA’s digital services unit.
He began his federal career as a presidential innovation fellow at the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Before he joined OSTP in 2013, he served as co-founder and vice president of engineering at Daring Software and a program manager at Microsoft.