MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott and Agency of Digital Services Secretary John Quinn have appointed Scott Woodward deputy secretary of Digital Services. Woodward will join Quinn in leading the newly formed agency, created by Scott and approved by the Legislature.
“He is a problem solver with a reputation for successful delivery of service to customers and partners,” said Quinn. “He will be a valuable addition to our team as we work with other agencies and departments to implement Governor Scott’s vision for a more modern, efficient and valuable state government.”
Woodward brings more than 25 years of leadership, consulting and IT experience to the position. He began his career as an officer in the U.S. Army. Since leaving the Army as a captain, Woodward has served as regional operations manager for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, and spent 10 years in Silicon Valley in roles such as director of service quality and vice president of professional services for startups.
Over the last ten years, he was employed by Booz Allen Hamilton, CH2M Hill and on his own as an independent consultant. Woodward started with Digital Services on May 15.