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Kaman Corp. of Bloomfield, Conn., appointed William Henrickson president of Kaman Electromagnetics Corp. Henrickson was previously vice president and general manager of the company's subsidiary.

Arlington, Va.-based SRA International Inc. announced the promotion of five executives. Matthew Black will serve as senior vice president of integrated business systems, Michael Duffy was promoted to senior vice president of health systems, Richard Hunter will serve as senior vice president and deputy director of integrated business systems, Jeffrey Rydant will serve as senior vice president of information management and technology and Richard Spires was promoted to senior vice president of IBM strategic partnership.

SSE Telecom Inc. of Vienna, Va., announced that Daniel Moore has been named chief executive officer. He was previously the company's executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Comsat Corp. in Bethesda, Md., promoted John Mattingly to president of Comsat World Systems. Mattingly was previously the vice president and general manager of the business unit. Also, Gerald Allen was named vice president of the European region and Todd Kannegieter was named vice president of finance and planning.

Kevin Brauer was named senior vice president of Sprint Corp. of Kansas City, Mo. Brauer was formerly president of Sprint Business. Patti Manuel, president of sales and marketing for Sprint Business, will become president of the division.

Keith Price has been elected to the board of directors of ICF Kaiser International Inc. in Fairfax, Va.

Dan Bannister, chairman of DynCorp in Reston, Va., was elected to the board of directors of the American Arbitration Association in New York.

Comark Inc. in Bloomingdale, Ill., named Scott Daly vice president of engineering services. Daly will be responsible for service delivery, sales assistance and other service-related activities.

Breece Hill Technologies Inc., Boulder, Colo., announced the promotion of Christopher Stone and Robert Schaefer. Both were promoted to vice president. Stone was formerly the director of manufacturing and product engineering and Schaefer was director of research and development.

Telephonics Corp., Farmingdale, N.Y., appointed Samuel Evans vice president of its Washington operations. Evans was previously the company's vice president of business development for the command systems division. Michael Canders will assume Evans' previous role.

Arnold Punaro joined Science Applications International Corp. in McLean, Va., as senior vice president for corporate development. Punaro worked for former U.S. Sen. Sam Nunn for 24 years.

The Potomac KnowledgeWay Project in Reston, Va., added Peter Nostrand, president of the Greater Washington region of Crestar Bank, to its board of directors.

ICF Kaiser International Inc., Fairfax, Va., announced that Anthony Brimble joined the company as a group senior vice president and managing director of European operations. Brimble will focus on the development and direction of the company's business in Europe and the Middle East.

DRS Technologies Inc., Parsippany, N.J., hired Richard Williams, retired Navy rear admiral, as vice president of special projects for the company's DRS Precision Echo subsidiary. Williams will be responsible for pursuing new business opportunities, as well as technical and organizational management.

Edson DeCastro was named to the board of advisors of Innovative Products and Services of Boston, a developer of payment software. DeCastro will assist the company with its strategic alliances with partners that integrate IPS payment software with their products.

Loral Space & Communications Ltd., New York, appointed Ronald Maehl president of CyberStar, Loral's global, broadband, multimedia communications and information distribution system. Maehl was previously senior vice president of strategic ventures at Space Systems/Loral in Palo Alto, Calif.

Ashburn, Va.-based Telos Corp., appointed J. Greg Hanson as chief technology officer and chief scientist. Hanson previously worked as chief software engineer for the U.S. Air Force.

Rae Rottman was named vice president for information technology and chief information officer of Hughes Aircraft Co., based in Arlington, Va. Rottman was vice president of command and control systems with the company's Information Technology Systems unit.

David Patterson joined BDM International Inc., McLean, Va., as president of its Integrated Supply Chain Solutions business unit. Patterson was previously with KPMG Peat Marwick, which is based in New York.

Riverton Software Corp., Cambridge, Mass., appointed Robert Potter executive vice president. Potter previously worked at Object Design Inc. of Burlington, Mass.

Software Emancipation Technology Inc. of Lexington, Mass., named Donald Henrich president and chief executive. Henrich was previously with Parametric Technology Corp. in Waltham, Mass.

Wanda Reiss was appointed vice president of engineering at Sky Computers Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass. Reiss was with Polaroid Corp. in Cambridge, Mass.

Computer Data Systems Inc., Rockville, Md., announced that Kate Lyle joined the company as vice president of human resources. Lyle was previously vice president of corporate recruiting and equal employment opportunity for BDM International Inc. of McLean, Va.

InterDigital Communications Corp. of King of Prussia, Pa., announced that Robert Roath has been elected a member of the board. Roath was senior vice president and chief financial officer of RJR Nabisco Inc.

The Mitre Corp., Bedford, Mass., announced that former U.S. astronaut Sally Ride and William Mitchell joined its board of trustees. Ride is a physicist and physics professor at the University of California, San Diego. Mitchell retired from Texas Instruments Inc. in Dallas in December 1996.

Richard Bibb was promoted to vice president of federal operations from director of federal operations of FORE Systems Federal Inc. in Bethesda, Md.

Global Technologies Group Inc., Arlington, Va., named Dwin Craig vice president of engineering. He was previously with the Naval Research Laboratory's Space Applications division.

GETTING A WINDOW

Cliff Mangum joined Statistica Inc., Rockville, Md., as director of defense business development. Previously he was with CACI International Inc. based in Arlington, Va.

Leitch Inc. of Chesapeake, Va., appointed Norman Stein as director of government programs. Stein will be responsible for the administration of Leitch's General Services Administration contract program and for providing assistance to any U.S. dealers, systems integrators and government contractors selling to GSA customers.

The Northern Virginia Technology Council in Herndon, Va., hired Doug Koelemay as the government affairs manager.

Steven Miller was appointed director of government sales for Applix Inc., Westboro, Mass. Miller will be located in the company's government division in Vienna, Va.

Concert Communications Services in Reston, Va., appointed Brian Muys senior manager of public relations. Muys was previously the manager of corporate communications for PSINet Inc. in Herndon, Va.

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