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SRA International Inc. of Fairfax, Va., has promoted six senior managers to the position of vice president. They are Hal Boylan, vice president and director, civilian agency programs; Pat Burke, vice president, year 2000 services; Tim Cooke, vice president, defense business systems; Joan Osbourne, vice president, information management and technology; Michael Reingruber, vice president and director, financial services group; and Linda Skelton, vice president, information management and technology. The promotions will support the systems integrator's long-term expansion plans in both federal and commercial markets.
Comark Federal Systems of Chantilly, Va., has promoted Jerry Hildebrandt to federal sales manager. Comark Federal is a reseller of commercial, off-the-shelf computers, microcomputers, software and peripherals, exclusively for the federal government.
The Guild Corp. of McLean, Va., has promoted Kelly Edens to principal status at the firm. Guild is a leading technology-centric executive and contingency recruiting firm serving many Washington area companies. Edens will continue in her role of managing the contingency recruitment practice and becomes an equity partner in the privately held company.
Signal Corp. of Fairfax, Va., has promoted Rik Dilgren to vice president, Charleston, S.C., programs. Dilgren will continue to oversee Signal's in-service engineering and information technology programs for the regional office.
Mitre Corp. has promoted Louis S. Metzger to vice president in the corporation's Center for Air Force Command and Control Systems. Mitre is an independent, not-for-profit systems engineering firm engaged in scientific and technical activities in the public interest. Metzger will work at the company's headquarters in Bedford, Mass.
Statistica Inc. of Gaithersburg, Md., has named V. Russell Sanford to the position of senior program manager for health systems. He will assume responsibility for Statistica's participation in the newly awarded Defense Medical Information Management/Systems Integration, Design, Development, Operation and Maintenance Services program.
Star Technologies Inc. of Sterling, Va., has named Curtis D. Abel as president of Star's subsidiary PowerScan Inc., an image capture and processing software company located in Potomac, Md. Abel, who also will serve as a vice president of Star Technologies, previously was vice president of sales and marketing at Mitek Systems Inc. Star also hired James J. Everett as vice president of sales for Star's subsidiary Curran Data Technologies Inc., a data entry and imaging services company located in Indianapolis, Ind. Everett previously was vice president of government sales for Scan-Optics Inc.
The Software Productivity Consortium of Herndon, Va., has hired Werner Schaer as executive vice president. Schaer will help the consortium expand into the commercial sector. Schaer previously worked for Computer Sciences Corp. The consortium provides its member companies and organizations with a collaborative means to find solutions to common systems and software engineering problems.
ICF Kaiser International Inc. of Fairfax, Va., has hired George E. Dials and Ronald G. Stafford to support the company's work at U.S. Department of Energy facilities. Dials was named group senior vice president for energy programs in ICF Kaiser's Environment and Facilities Management Group. Stafford was named group vice president in the same group.
Eastman Kodak Co. of Rochester, N.Y., has named Carl A. Marchetto president of its Commercial & Government Systems division. He previously was director of the division's Image Acquisition Systems division, working on government and commercial spacecraft and satellite imagery projects.
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