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At <b>Social and Scientific Systems Inc.</b>, Silver Spring, Md.: <b>Mary Tondreau</b> to chief administrative officer

At , Silver Spring, Md.: to chief administrative officer; to director of office services and facilities management; to director of professional development and training; to vice president. Dechter will continue as deputy director of the worldwide meetings and communications division.At , Fairfax, Va.: M to group vice president for acquisition support, Air Force programs; to senior vice president for financial operations, systems engineering group; to vice president of corporate communications; to vice president of headquarters for Air Force support, Air Force Programs; and to group vice president, finance.At , Baltimore: to senior vice president of North American operations, enterprise learning solutions group.At , Oxnard, Calif.: Charles Barros Jr. to Eastern region director, with responsibilities to include managing contracts for the Army National Guard.At
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Social and Scientific Systems Inc.Mary TondreauBooker EvansNina PrescottLaura Dechter

Anteon International Corp.Mike MulliganJim BottorffMark MeudtKen HessMike Ivey

RWD Technologies Inc.Mary Shafer

ITS Corp.

InfoReliance Corp.Jeff Crosslin to director of operations; and Eric Olson to director of Marine programs.

At SYS Technologies Inc. of San Diego: Ben Goodwin to the newly created role of senior vice president of sales and marketing.

At Mythics Inc., Tysons, Va.: Paul Seifert to director of civilian operations.

At Amsec LLC, Virginia Beach, Va.: Robert Crawshaw, senior vice president, to director of strategic development Director of Strategic Development

At Kelly Services Inc., Greenbelt, Md.: Michael Bernard to managing director of the Kelly FedSecure business unit, which specializes in placing employees with security clearances.

At SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va.: Barry Landew to executive vice president of corporate development; Patrick Burke to senior vice president of the command, control, communications and intelligence sector; Kakali Banerjee to vice president of business systems modernization for the U.S. Agency for International Development program; Dorothy Cleal to vice president and director of the Navy and Marine Corps Business program; Allen Deitz to vice president and deputy program manager for the U.S. Agency for International Development program; Michael Jacobs to vice president and director of cyber and national security; and Stephen TolbertBoeing Co.: Howard Chambers to vice president and general manager of the Space and Intelligence Systems unit in St. Louis.

At Allied Defense Group Inc., Vienna, Va.: Simon Haye to managing director of Me- car S.A., Allied's Belgian ammunition manufacturer.

At GTSI Corp., Chantilly, Va.: Scott Friedlander to executive vice president of sales.

At SheaHedges Group, McLean, Va.: Susan Diegelman to vice president.

At Northrop Grumman Corp., Redondo Beach, Calif.: Frederick Ricker to sector vice president and deputy, programs; David Ryan to sector vice president and National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System program director; James Myers to sector vice president, sensors and payloads; and Stuart Linsky to vice president, satellite communications.

At Northrop Grumman Corp.'s IT Sector, McLean, Va.: Linda Mills to the newly created position of vice president of operations and processes.

Appointed

Kara Beigay and Steve Carpinelli joined Magnet Communications Inc. of Washington as, respectively, senior account executive for U.S. Treasury and banking and finance clients, and account supervisor for government IT clients such as Northrop Grumman Corp.

At SRA International Inc., Fairfax Inc., Stephen Hughes was named executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief of finance and administration; and David Kriegman was named executive vice president and chief operating officer.

The Internet Society, Reston, Va., named Matthew Shears to the newly created post of director of public policy. Shears will drive the industry association's policy initiatives for an open Internet. At Cisco Systems Inc., Shears created the Europe, Middle East, Africa government affairs team.

William Dixon joined Hi-Tec Systems Inc., Egg Harbor Township, N.J., as the company's program manager for the Broad Information Technology and Telecommunications Services contract known as BITS II. He was Federal Aviation Administration facilities manager for Washington-Dulles International Airport.

Mike Herway was named the new director of IT services for Alexandria, Va. His responsibilities will include managing and directing the city's IT operations and formulating policies and procedures governing them. Herway was the city's deputy director of IT.

Jack Ely and Jeff Jones have joined Intelligenxia Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., as senior account executives for the company's new government sector. Ely was last at FileNet Corp., Jones joins from SAS Institute.

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