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Appointments

Retired Navy Adm. Paul Miller has been named to the board of directors of government IT contractor Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va. Miller is also chairman of the board of directors of aerospace and defense contractor Alliant Techsystems Inc.

Jeffrey Affuso has left CACI International Inc. to become president of the public sector division at biometrics and IT security provider Saflink Corp., Bellevue, Wash.

Saflink also appointed two new members to its board of directors: former Special Assistant to the President on Homeland Security Frank Cilluffo and former National Security Agency Director Lincoln Faurer.

Computer Sciences Corp. has elected David Barram to its board of directors. Barram was formerly administrator of the General Services Administration and vice chairman of the President's Management Council.

Retired Navy Capt. Peter Eltringham has been named director of business development at Telos Corp., Ashburn, Va. He'll be responsible for expanding Telos' business providing IT security solutions to the federal government.

José Fuentes has left the U.S. Agency for International Development to join White and Partners, Herndon, Va., as director of consumer and public relations. The advertising firm is developing government-to-consumer outreach campaigns for the Defense Department.

Former Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Michael Carns has been named to the board of directors at wireless network security solutions provider Cranite Systems Inc., San Jose, Calif.

Ken McDonald has joined FreeBalance Inc. of Ottawa as vice president of sales in the company's Rosslyn, Va., office, where he will be responsible for continuing to expand the company's global business in government accountability solutions.

Dick Davies has joined IT services provider Architech Corp., Reston, Va., as vice president of customer relations. Davies will work with local companies to enhance their use of databases and applications.

Workforce provider Peopleclick Inc., Raleigh, N.C., appointed three new vice presidents: Michael Plant, product management; Michael DeFrancesco, finance; and William Anderson, engineering teams.

John Loverude, former chief technology officer for the Illinois State Police Information and Technology Command, where he served for 30 years, has joined ATS Public Safety, a division of Advanced Technology Systems Inc., McLean, Va., as senior public safety consultant. Loverude will focus on information sharing and interoperability issues in state and local criminal justice agencies.

IT services provider XAware Inc., Colorado Springs, Colo., has named E. Flint Seaton as chief financial officer. Seaton was most recently CFO, vice president of finance and treasurer of enterprise resource management software provider NxTrend Technologies Inc.

Bob Giannaris has joined science and engineering solutions provider Information Systems Laboratories Inc. of San Diego as vice president and manager of the company's advanced signal processing engineering division.

Promoted

At Computer Sciences Corp.: Thomas Irvin, to vice president and treasurer.

At Artel Inc., Reston, Va.: Andrea Zeman to vice president of human resources.

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