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George Fallon has joined Clifton Gunderson LLC, Greenbelt, Md., as an information systems manager. He will specialize in auditing and consulting, with an emphasis on federal government contracts. Previously, he was a manager of financial systems at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Clifton Gunderson is a certified public accounting and consulting firm that offers tax, audit, accounting and advisory services.

Muse Technologies Inc., Albuquerque, N.M., hired Melanie Corn as a systems administrator, Chris Matthews as a build and release engineer and Chris Wallwork as a technical support engineer. Muse Technologies develops advanced perceptual computing software products.

Harold Klink joined SI International Inc., Vienna, Va., as vice president of sales. He will be responsible for growing the company's direct sales of information technology professional services to federal agencies. The company is a full-service information technology provider to the federal government.

Halifax Corp., Alexandria, Va., hired Charles McNew as executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Robert Santmyer as vice president and general manager of the Halifax Technology Services Division. McNew will assume responsibility for the company's financial and administrative activities. Santmyer will focus on expanding the division's service offerings and broaden its customer base. Halifax offers information technology, communications and maintenance services to commercial and government customers in the United States and abroad.

C2 Multimedia Inc., Falls Church, Va., hired Stephen Thimmesch as vice president of operations. He will oversee the day-to-day administration of the company. Previously, he was a senior program manager in the system integration and technical services division at Unisys Corp. C2 Multimedia provides multimedia-training tools to government customers.

Global Integrity Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Science Applications International Corp. in Reston Va., hired Jean Bennajma as director of business continuity planning services. Previously, she was a senior manager of the information security services division at Ernst & Young, where she managed the business continuity services for the mid-Atlantic region.

Sprint Corp., Washington, hired Vonya McCann as senior vice president of federal external affairs. She will oversee Sprint's advocacy with the federal government, specifically Congress, the Department of Justice, the Federal Communications Commission and the White House.Larry Goode was promoted to partner of Grant Thornton LLP, Washington. He will also hold the partner leadership position for the firm's Global Government Group's applications systems and financial management business units, which combined provide full-service offerings to the federal chief financial officer community.

Telezoo.com Corp., Washington, appointed Doug Humphrey and Esther Smith to its board of directors. Humphrey is founder of Digex Inc. of Beltsville, Md., and SkyCache Inc. of Laurel, Md. Smith is the founder of Washington Technology and Washington Business Journal. She is a consultant with The Poretz Group, an investor relations company in McLean, Va.

Sybase Inc., Emeryville, Calif., appointed Leo Hindery Jr. to its board of directors. He is president and chief executive officer of AT&T Broadband and Internet Services, which was formed in August when Telecommunications Inc. merged with AT&T. Previously, he founded InterMedia Partners.

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