Steven Smith Appointed to Sevatec Board of Advisers

Steven Smith, U.S. Dept. of Commerce

Steven Smith

Sevatec Inc. announced Dec. 1 the appointment of Steven Smith to the company’s board of advisers. Smith brings Homeland Security Department and Transportation Department experience to Sevatec, having served as deputy chief information officer at both the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Federal Highway Administration.

“Steve Smith is a powerful addition to Sevatec’s advisory board and we are fortunate to have him lending his broad federal government expertise and energy to our firm,” Sevatec Founder and Chairman Sonny Kakar said. “His perspective gained over decades of government and industry experience greatly enhances our strategy to deliver and grow across our customer base. His specific insight into the national security, homeland/law enforcement, commerce and transportation markets — Sevatec’s primary markets — uniquely positions us to exceed our customer’s expectations by focusing on their mission success. We look forward to his advice and counsel.”

Smith has previously served as the chief operating officer for the White House Communications Agency, the Defense Systems Agency and U.S. Army. Today, he serves as the senior manager of FirstNet supporting the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration in their its to establish a nationwide, interoperable public safety communications network to improve emergency response times.

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