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Jerry McCarty has left Titan Corp. to join Geographic Data Technology Inc., Lebanon, N.H., as a federal market account manager for the geographic information systems company. GDT has named Mark Fiorentino to the newly created post of technical marketing specialist for state and local government, telecom and utilities markets.

Robert Walmsley has been elected to the board of directors of General Dynamics Corp., Falls Church, Va. Walmsley, who retired from the British Royal Navy as a vice admiral, was formerly chief of defence procurement for the U.K. Ministry of Defence.

Lisa Mullaly has been named associate director of the College of William and Mary executive MBA program in Reston, Va. Mullaly formerly was program manager of executive education at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School.

Nancy Greer has been named vice president and chief financial officer of Raytheon Co.'s intelligence and information systems in Garland, Texas. Greer will direct overall financial policies and procedures for Lexington, Mass., Raytheon's IIS business.

Financial systems provider Adonix Inc., Reston, Va., has named five new members to its board of directors: Anthony Canselosi, former chief executive officer of iBrite Inc.; Mary Davis Holt, former CIO and senior executive vice president of Time Life Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Marie Johns, a member of the Energy Department's Electricity Advisory Board; Frank Ross, chair of the KPMG Foundation; and Esther Smith, a partner in Qorvis Communications LLC.

Mark Steffler and Joseph Parker have joined Vitech Corp., Vienna, Va., as vice presidents of, respectively, sales and professional services. Steffler will direct the systems engineering software and consulting services sales team. Parker will lead Vitech's software engineering consulting practice.

The primary objective for Robert Bruce, newly named senior executive officer at IT consultancy GTI Federal, Frederick, Md., will be to develop new business, according to a GTI spokesman. Bruce most recently was president and chief operating officer of IT consultancy InfoPro Inc., McLean, Va.

Kathleen Burns and Doug Johnson have been named practice alliance managers at SAS International Inc.'s public sector division. From the company's Reston, Va., office, Burns will support programs and core offerings in the federal market. Johnson also will support the federal team, but from SAS worldwide headquarters in Cary, N.C.

Smart-card software developer ActivCard Corp., Fremont, Calif., has named Ben Barnes CEO and elected him to the company's board of directors. Barnes was most recently president and CEO of enterprise IT provider Intraspect Software Inc.

David Hardesty has joined LTI DataComm Inc., Reston, Va., as manager of business development. Hardesty is charged with developing and maintaining strategic business partnerships with suppliers and government integration organizations.

WiredRed Software Inc., a communications software provider in San Diego, has named Steven Peltier to take over as CEO from company founder Allen Drennan, who will assume the role of chief technology officer, while retaining his position as chairman of the board. Peltier comes to WiredRed from a slot as CEO of ICS/Advent Inc.

Jeff Schmidt has joined network security provider EndForce Inc., Dublin, Ohio, as director of product management. EndForce makes software for enforcing security policies across a broad range of security applications, infrastructures and operating systems.

Former deputy to Washington State Transportation Department program manager Joyce Wenger will lead Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.'s federal transportation business. Wenger comes to the McLean, Va., company from a vice presidency managing SAIC's transportation research division.

Michael Schwartz has been named vice president of finance at Verizon Airfone. Schwartz's "telecom financial management experience will be essential" in the Chicago company's expansion of inflight services to include WiFi support, according to Bill Pallone, company president.

Alaska native 8(a) IT provider EyakTek, Reston, Va., has named Quang Le as the company's CFO. Le comes to the company, a subsidiary of EyakTek Corp., from a position as vice president and corporate controller for GTSI Corp., where he was also acting CFO in 2002.

As the new vice president for intelligence programs at Impact Innovations Group, Washington, Ed Grimes will take charge of all intelligence programs, including business and strategy development. Impact Innovations leads IT projects for the Defense Department and several intelligence and civilian agencies.

Smart Technologies Inc., Calgary, Alberta, has named Tina Moore as vice president of sales. Moore is tasked with working with the company's channel partners, users and major accounts to expand Smart's segment of the market for products such as whiteboards.

Promotions

Marc Bailey has been tapped to lead federal sales for Verizon Wireless, Bedminster, N.J. Bailey, associate director of national federal sales, has more than 20 years of experience in government account management and sales and experience in the wireless industry.

Send personnel announcements to whosonfirst@postnewsweektech.com.

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