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Tech firm taps Tangherlini for D.C. operations

Dan Tangherlini

Cloud document platform provider SeamlessDocs has named former General Services Administration administrator Dan Tangherlini to lead its Washington operations.

The New York City-based firm said in a May 9 statement that Tangherlini will head up its D.C. operations as president of Seamless Federal. He will work out of tech incubator 1776 in Washington and be responsible for introducing the firm's services to the federal marketplace, according to the company.

Tangherlini left his post as chief operating officer of real estate investment firm Artemis Real Estate Partners last month, where he was in charge of corporate strategy and operations since leaving GSA in February 2015.

SeamlessDocs offers a cloud-based platform that hosts PDF versions of forms that users can fill out and submit with electronic signatures, payments and attachments, eliminating the need for paper forms. The firm was founded in 2011 and was formerly known as Bizodo.

"If government is going to deliver its services in the way people have come to expect in nearly every other transaction they engage in, it is going to need to update its systems to meet those expectations," Tangherlini said in the company statement. "SeamlessDocs provides an important step toward that future of better service and quality."

Correction: This story was updated May 11 to reflect the previous name of SeamlessDocs and Dan Tangherlini's departure from his previous position.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on May 09, 2016 at 11:53 AM


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