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Appointments

Native American-owned Oneida Communications Inc. in Upper Marlboro, Md., has named Donald Chapman as vice president of marketing. For four years, the IT contractor has been a qualified 8(a) company with the Small Business Administration.

Emory Miller, until last year the General Services Administration's director of professional development, will join management consultancy Robbin-Gioia LLC, Alexandria, Va., March 1 as senior vice president for government affairs. During his 37-year government career, Miller also created the CIO University and was outreach director for the Federal CIO Council.

Milton Cooper, former Computer Science Corp. federal-sector president, joined the board of directors of Identix Inc. Cooper replaces Robert McCashin as chairman of the board of the Minnetonka, Minn.-based biometrics company. Cooper is the immediate past chairman for the Secretary of the Army's National Science Center Advisory Board.

AT&T Government Solutions in Vienna, Va., has named Ken Bianchi as chief financial officer. Bianchi comes to AT&T from a stint as vice president and controller at global telecom company Intelsat Ltd.

Terry Glasgow joined IT systems engineering and integration company NCI Information Systems Inc. as executive vice president for federal programs. He'll be responsible for NCI's Army, Navy and intelligence agency business. Glasgow will also be deputy chief operating officer of Reston, Va.-NCI.

IT services provider SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va., appointed David Langstaff to its board of directors. Previously, Langstaff was chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors at Veridian Corp.

Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Walter Jones has joined the federal systems group of Islandia, N.Y.-based Computer Associates International Inc. as director of strategic planning and transformation. Jones, who retired as director of C4 systems, and chief information officer for the U.S. Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, Va., will direct government strategic planning initiatives for CA's Herndon, Va.-based federal division.

Senior systems engineer Jim Scroggin has joined Vitech Corp., Vienna, Va., and will focus on intelligence community business. At his former employer, SAIC, Scroggin modeled the Joint Service Imagery Processing System for the Navy.

Former commander of the 6th Fleet, Vice Adm. Scott Fry will be senior strategist for Defense Department programs at employee-owned research and development company Alion Science and Technology in McLean, Va.

Thomas Patrick, until his retirement in July the executive vice chairman of finance and administration at Merrill Lynch and Co., has been elected to Computer Science Corp.'s board of directors. Patrick will advise the El Segundo, Calif., IT services company on emerging investment and regulatory issues, policy and practices.

Promotions

Information Network Systems Inc., a provider of medical logistics and asset protection support, has reorganized its Medical Response and Security Operations Group, naming Mike Stanley as senior director of operations and Jim Wigger as division director of operations at its Frederick, Md., site.

Other promotions at the Eastport, Maine-based Information Network Systems include Kim LeCour, who relocates to Fort Detrick, Md., to take up duties as program manager supporting the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Disaster Medical System. William Kruse will assume program management duties for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Emergency Operations Programs. Sylvia Brown will assume division director responsibilities for the Atlanta Region Operations, and Shannon Fowler will be the new program manager at the director's emergency operations center for the CDC in Atlanta. Patrick Leneghan moves up to director of the Security Management Division.

At Titan Corp. in San Diego, Rebecca Garcia has been promoted to vice president of business development in the enterprise IT company's National Intelligence Solutions Group.

David Lingley has been promoted to vice president of North American consulting services at enterprise software developer Verity Inc. Lingley will oversee project design and management, and development and implementation of product life-cycle methodologies for in Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Verity.

American Electronics Association in Washington has promoted Tim Bennett, who has been the trade association's senior vice president international, to chief operating officer.
Please send personnel announcements to whosonfirst@postnewsweektech.com.

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