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Appointments

Gary Ervin was named corporate vice president and president of Northrop Grumman Corp.'s integrated systems sector, succeeding Scott Seymour, who is retiring. Ervin most recently was Western region vice president for the sector.

K. Stuart Shea was named president of the intelligence, security and technology (IST) group at Science Applications International Corp., of San Diego. Shea was formerly senior vice president and general manager of the company's space and geospatial intelligence business unit. Shea is founder and chairman of the board for the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. Stepping up from deputy general manager, Tony Moraco succeeds Shea as general manager of SAIC's space and geospatial intelligence business unit, a division of the IST Group Shea now leads.

Tony Urenda joined Thales Communications Inc., of Clarksburg, Md., as business development manager on the company's tactical communications team. His primary responsibility will be as the liaison with the U.S. Special Operations forces. In the 14 years since he retired from the Air Force, Urenda has held industry positions primarily concerned with Special Operations Command and Air Force programs.

Women in Technology International of Santa Clara, Calif., named to its hall of fame: Wanda Austin, senior vice president of the Aerospace Corp.'s national systems group in Chantilly, Va.; Helen Greiner, co-founder and chairman of iRobot Corp. of Burlington, Mass.; Lucy Sanders, chief executive officer and co-founder of the National Center for Woman and Information Technology in Boulder, Colo.; and Padmasree Warrior, executive vice president and chief technology officer at Motorola Inc., of Schaumburg, Ill.

Edward Harrington and Eugene Murdock joined Phacil Inc., of Camden, N.J. Murdock, the com-pany's new senior national capital region program manager, most recently was a senior-level information assurance consultant at
the company. Harrington, formerly brigadier general and director of
contracting for the Army, previously supported Phacil as a senior
adviser.

Promoted

At Force 3 Inc., of Crofton, Md.: Christine Baker to director of advanced technologies.

At real property decision analytics developer Vista Technology Services Inc., of Herndon, Va.: Daniel Aloisi to program manager.

At Diamond Data Systems Inc., of New Orleans: Bryan Foret to programmer/analyst for the IT professional services provider's federal sector; and in the com-pany's commercial sector, David Dean to network technician; William Horton to network engineer; and Nicholas Laverde to network technician.

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