Who's on First


GTSI Corp., a Chantilly, Va., IT solutions company, appointed Thomas Mutryn as senior vice president and chief financial officer. He was previously with USAirways. The company also promoted Jack Littley to senior vice president of program services. Littley, who joined GTSI in June 2002, is responsible for its business development, contract management, services delivery, post-sales support and enterprise information areas.

Systems Research and Development, a Las Vegas provider of data warehousing and security analysis software, elected Arthur Money, former assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications and intelligence (C3I), as chairman of the board. Money has more than 41 years of management and engineering experience with the defense electronics and intelligence industry.

McNeil Technologies Inc., a Springfield, Va., management consulting company specializing in security services, appointed James Berry as vice president of McNeil's Security Services Center. Berry served 28 years in the Army before retiring as a colonel in 2001. 

Siemens Corp. appointed Dennis Groh, former assistant commissioner at the General Services Administration, as general manager of its newly established Government Business Office in Washington. Groh will help lead Siemens' effort to grow its share of the government procurement market by bringing to bear the company's strengths in infrastructure and systems integration.

SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va., hired Donald Edwards as senior adviser for homeland security. He was previously with Science Applications International Corp. and spent 38 years in the Army, retiring in 1997 as a major general.

The company also announced that as part of its ongoing integration of The Marasco Newton Group Ltd., the following appointments were made in the MNG Center for Environmental Strategies and Technology: Amy Marasco is vice president and director; Dave Newton, vice president of technology solutions; Jim Whittaker, vice president of strategic technology services; Edward Saltzberg, vice president of environmental management; Michael Gehron, vice president of Internet services; Peter Trick, vice president of decision resources; and Cindy Shephard, vice president of operations.

CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., recruited retired Army Maj. Gen. Warren Edwards as director of its Army Forces Command Operations organization in Atlanta. Edwards will oversee the expansion of CACI's business with FORSCOM as part of the company's strategy to increase its Defense Department support.

Monte Belger, a former senior executive and acting deputy administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, has been named vice president of transportation systems solutions for Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management in Rockville, Md. He will direct the company's business expansion into the broader transportation market.

Bill Tebbenhoff has been appointed branch manager of Canon Business Solutions, an office equipment technology firm. Tebbenhoff will manage the sales efforts in Washington, focused on the government contractor and legal markets.

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