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Promotions

ITS Services Inc., a Springfield, Va., provider of information technology solutions to government customers, promoted Jill Thompson to group vice president to lead the homeland security business unit. Jeff Tornell was promoted to vice president of the Census ITSS program. Daryl Knuth was promoted to vice president of enterprise architecture consulting.

Vitech Corp., a Vienna, Va., systems engineering software company, named Timothy Tritsch as a senior sales engineer. He joined the firm in 2003. He was a systems engineering manager supporting aircraft carrier design and shipboard information systems development with Naval Air Warfare Center in Lakehurst, N.J., for 15 years.

Appointments

SRA International Inc., a Fairfax, Va., provider of IT services and solutions, named Daniel Chenok as vice president and director of policy and management strategies. He previously served as the branch chief for information policy and technology in the Office of Management and Budget.

GTSI Corp., a Chantilly, Va., government IT solutions provider, appointed Richard Deloney Jr. as vice president of business development and program management. Deloney was previously with NCI Information Systems Inc. The firm also appointed Joseph Kellogg Jr. to its board of directors. Kellogg is a war veteran who recently completed a 36-year career in the Army, retiring as a lieutenant general. He is now a senior vice president for homeland security for Oracle Corp.

Computer Associates International Inc.'s Federal Group in Herndon, Va., appointed Leslie Barry as director of business development. Barry will work closely with CA executives and customers in the civilian sector. Barry previously worked in the federal sector for Computer Sciences Corp.

ActivCard, a Fremont, Calif., provider of secure digital identity and authentication solutions for secure remote access, secure sign-on and digital ID cards, appointed William Crowell as chairman of the company's board of directors. He previously served as a deputy director of the National Security Agency, and most recently was president and chief executive officer of Cylink Corp.

Turner Consulting Group Inc., a Washington company specializing in delivering Web applications and integration solutions to the federal government, hired Don Preuss as senior technical lead. After 11 years in federal IT, Preuss became chief technology officer of MDanywhere.com.

OAO Technology Solutions, Greenbelt, Md., appointed Ed Warrell as vice president for the western region of its wholly owned subsidiary, OAO Technology Solutions Federal Systems Inc. Warrell will be based in Colorado Springs, Colo., focusing on providing IT services to space and homeland defense agencies in the western region.

iDirect Technologies, a Reston, Va., provider of bidirectional, satellite-based broadband access solutions, recruited Warren Brown, most recently with Iridium Satellite LLC, to be its vice president of marketing and corporate communications.

Rapidigm Inc., a Pittsburgh outsourcing and consulting company, appointed Gregory McCaffrey to serve as executive managing director of its new Global Public Sector Practice. Based in Washington, McCaffrey leads the public-sector business unit comprised of defense, civilian agency and international public-sector consulting focus areas.

BearingPoint Inc., a Chicago business consulting and systems integration firm, hired Jose Garcia as vice president and managing director of business development for state and local government, education and commercial health care. Garcia has more than 22 years of experience, most recently with Oracle Corp.

TiBA Solutions LLC, a Greenville, S.C., provider of large-scale, custom software solutions, appointed Pierre Abdel-Malek to partnership status. Abdel-Malek serves as vice president of service delivery.

Dona Lee joined Vitech Corp., a Vienna, Va., developer of systems engineering development software, as vice president for marketing. John Pan, formerly with Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Newport News Division, joined Vitech as a sales engineer.

Tango Enterprises, a Reston, Va., geospatial solutions firm, hired Paul Stayert as director of business development. Stayert has 15 years of experience, most recently with Illuminat.

FCBS, a Springfield, Va., IT services provider, appointed Jay Smith to vice president of business development. Smith has more than 23 years of experience, most recently with AmerInd, a wholly owned subsidiary of FCBS.

KPMG LLP, a New York audit and tax firm, placed one of its professionals to an inaugural eXtensible Business Reporting Language fellowship at the Financial Accounting Standards Board. XBRL is the financial management reporting standard designed to improve transparency. Jennifer Moriarty, an auditor with KPMG's financial services practice in New York, will be FASB's first XBRL fellow. FASB created the XBRL fellowship to investigate ways XBRL and related technologies can be used to improve corporate financial reporting and to develop policy recommendations on XBRL's role in FASB's standards-setting activities.

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