Who's on First


CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., announced that Executive Vice President Carson Morris has been elected to the board of directors of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO). Morris is CACI's director of homeland defense initiatives. The AFIO promotes a national intelligence and counterintelligence establishment capable of responding to the threats of the new defense era.

In other company news, CACI elected three new members to its own board of directors. Retired Air Force Gen.
Larry Welch was former chief of staff of the Air Force and commander in chief of the Strategic Air Command. Arthur Money has been a senior official within the Department of Defense and a technology executive in the private sector with a background in defense electronics and the intelligence industry. Michael Bayer brings experience in homeland security as former counselor to President Bush's Commission on Aviation Security and Terrorism.

Robbins-Gioia Inc., Alexandria, Va., appointed Jim Leto as chief executive officer. Leto is a former chairman and CEO of PRC who also served 23 years at AT&T. Following 22 years of service, John Gioia, founder of Robbins-Gioia, will remain involved, continuing to serve as chairman of the board.

The Enterprise Solutions Division of the Information Technology Association of America, Arlington, Va., announced four additions to its board of directors: Harvey Braswell, group president, federal, ACS Inc.; Nancy Friedman, president, Unitech; Bill Gaffney, director of program development, Network Associates Inc.; and Thomas Grissen, vice president, Maximus.

The board of directors of the Arlington, Va.-based Professional Services Council elected Joseph Kampf, president and CEO of Fairfax, Va.-based Anteon International Corp., as the association's chairman for 2003. Kampf will succeed DynCorp President and CEO Paul Lombardi, who served as PSC chairman for the past two years. The PSC board also elected Edward "Ted" Legasey, chief operating officer of Fairfax, Va.-based SRA International, as vice chairman, and Rod Mateer, a partner at Deloitte & Touche, as treasurer.

Fastnet Corp., a Bethlehem, Pa., Internet service provider, appointed John Englesson as executive vice president of marketing and sales. Englesson will be responsible for overseeing all sales and marketing efforts for Fastnet. He was most recently at Saucon Technologies Inc. and he will continue to serve on its board of directors.

Microsoft Corp., Redmond, Wash., appointed Thomas Richey as its new federal director of homeland security. Richey will be responsible for developing and executing Microsoft's strategy as a partner in the U.S. government's homeland security policy.

William Mecaughey has joined Data Systems Analysts Inc., a Fairfax, Va., IT solutions firm, as chief financial officer. He was previously chief financial officer and treasurer at Roy F. Weston Inc.

Los Angeles-based Northrop Grumman Corp. added two members to its board of directors: Charles Noski, retired vice chairman of the board of AT&T, and retired Adm. Charles Larson. Larson is a consultant on defense, foreign policy and education issues to government and industry. *

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