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To a Corner Office

America Online Inc., Dulles, Va., appointed George Vradenburg III senior vice president and general counsel.

System Resources Corp., Burlington, Mass., named Rear Admiral David N. Rogers, USN (ret.), director of the defense systems division.

BMC Software Inc., Bethesda, Md., named John J. Balena general manager, federal operations.

Boeing Information Services, Vienna, Va., named Rick Knaggs senior director of commercial
programs in the San Francisco office.

Electronics Industries Association, Arlington, Va., named John Kelly executive vice president.

Pioneer RocketPlane Corp., Ann Arbor, Mich., appointed Gen. Merrill A. McPeak and Lawrence Hecker to its board of directors.

Baker and Botts LLP, Washington, named two new partners, James G. Gatto and Kevin. Dent.

Insight Research Corp., Livingston, N.J., named Michael French vice president of market research.

Telephonics Corp., Farmingdale, N.Y., named Richard M. Negin vice president of marketing and sales.

AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp., Columbia, Md., named Jeff Shuman vice president of human resources.

Radian International LLC, Austin, Texas, hired Larry Novak as vice president and electronics sector manager.

Getting a Window

The Presidio Corp., Lanham, Md., named Rudy Casasola vice president of sales and marketing.

Planning Technologies Inc., Atlanta, hired Nicole Conroy as bid specialist. Seth Heine was named manager of marketing programs. Robert Musser was appointed federal territory sales manager.

Federal Sources Inc., McLean, Va., promoted Jennifer Collins Toma to director of the consulting division's Vision Service. Rebecca Mullen was named a market research analyst, David Frailberg was named a research analyst, Brent Dillabaugh was hired as a research assistant and Amy Scott was hired as a marketing and client support representative. The company also appointed Mary Gostel as manager of the Fedmark WinAward service.

GeoSyntec Consultants, Atlanta, appointed Eric H. Snider, Ph.D. director of process engineering.

Integrated Partners Inc., Newport, R.I., hired two client representatives, Luke T. Hyder and Alejandro Zapata.

Bruce McLeod was named director of public relations by Ryan McGinn Communications, Arlington, Va.

Export Software Interna-tional, Chantilly, Va., hired Kelly Geiken and Robert R. Patterson as senior sales reps. The company also hired Amish Sheth and Derrick Cobey into the Applications Engineering Group.

System Technology Services Inc., Laurel, Md., named Julia Neel and Chris Long to its technical staff.

C. Jay Elwood was appointed director of sales by Zebra Technologies Corp., Vernon Hills, Ill.

Decision Systems Technologies Inc., Greenbelt, Md., named Becky T. Watson director of human resources.

D. Appleton Co., Fairfax, Va., appointed John V. Tieso director of process engineering.

Skydata Inc., Melbourne, Fla., named John Musgrove director of wireless sales and Joe Noa director of network sales.

Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y., named David S. Ledgerwood director of commercial and international markets for its Commercial and Government Systems division.

Intelligent Electronics Inc., Denver, appointed Rick Bruns director of Memphis configuration operations.

Access Beyond Inc., Gaithersburg, Md., appointed William Taylor director of marketing.

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., named Steve Libowitz director of news and information.

Orkand Corp., Falls Church, Va., appointed Tim Kaczmarski as controller.

LexiBridge Corp., Shelton, Conn., appointed Oni Chukwu director of finance and administration.

Computran Systems Corp., Hackensack, N.J., named John L. Mancinelli manager of transportation planning and design.

Multifamily Housing Institute, Washington, named Donald M. Manson chief information officer.

Space Applications Corp., Vienna, Va., named Mark Lippman director for commercial business operations.

Reed, Smith, Shaw & McClay, Washington, elected Daniel K. Steen counsel in the D.C. office.


George Mason University received a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to determine how technology can enhance quality and reduce costs of teaching.

Chris Henderson, a senior logistician with Cobro Corp., Fairfax, Va., was awarded the Individual Member of Industry Award by the Army Aviation Association of America. The award is for saving money and
adhering to schedule on the Blackhawk Maintenance Trainer production program.

McDonnell Douglas Corp., Los Angeles, presented its Gold Level Award to Manufacturing Technology Inc., Fort Walton Beach, Fla. The award is for supplier performance excellence.

Who's On First highlights promotions, new arrivals and awards at high-tech companies in the Washington marketplace. To include your company, send a press release, which may include a photograph (photos cannot be returned), to Who's On First Editor, Washington Technology, 8500 Leesburg Pike, Suite 7500, Vienna, Va. 22182; fax at (703) 848-2353; e-mail news@technews.com.

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