Who's On First

New Hires

Dorothy Cleal is joining SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va., as director of Navy programs. She will be responsible for program management, customer satisfaction and the delivery of information technology services. Before joining SRA, Cleal was the acting chief information officer and associate director for information systems and technology at the White House.

The National Association of Computer Consultant Businesses, Washington, appointed Jim Carter vice president of its Washington, D.C., chapter. He was formerly the branch manager for KENDA's Virginia and Washington office. KENDA, Salem, N.H., is an IT recruitment firm providing contractors and permanent placement services to companies worldwide.

Carter will be responsible for supporting the chapter's president and assist in developing and planning its bimonthly meetings and chairing the joint advertising committee.

Steve McDonald recently was appointed as federal account executive for Quest Software's Government division in Bethesda, Md. McDonald previously was a sales account manager with DLT Solutions, Herndon, Va. Kia Pugh also was hired as Quest's state and local account manager for the government division. Quest software is a provider of database tools for Oracle Corp.

Dynamic Systems Inc., Alexandria, Va., recently had some new hires and promotions. The company hired Randall Brown as senior program manager. Ann Charron was promoted to manager of corporate communications. John Graveen has been selected as program manager. David Greyard will be the new director of system integration. Cindy Latimer was promoted to assistant program manager. And Dona Lee was promoted to deputy director of information technology.

Computer I/O Corp., Laurel, Md., a provider of technology, products and services for accessing real-time or complex data streams, announced that Hussein Sallam was selected for the newly created position of chief technology officer and vice president of engineering. He will be responsible for defining and delivering next generation products as the company expands its portfolio to software-based network data access solutions.

Decision Systems Technologies Inc., Rockville, Md., appointed Robert Dove as director of business development for the southwest United States. Dove has more than 31 years of experience in government and commercial business management and development.

Lucent Technologies Inc. named William Brinkman vice president of research for Bell Labs, the company's research and development arm. In his new position, Brinkman will oversee the work of 1,200 Bell Lab researchers in computing, software, mathematics, communications science, physics and engineering. Before his new job, Brinkman was physical sciences research vice president at Bell Labs, focusing on converting technology from the labs into marketable products for business.

Emerald Solutions Inc., Portland, Ore., a provider of project-based e-business engineering consulting services, announced that Barry Blackburn has been promoted to vice president. He directs operations in the Washington office, which has been open for a year.

Nitin Shah will join ArrayComm Inc., San Jose, Calif., as executive vice president and general manager of the company's Internet products business unit. Shah's responsibilities will include driving the development and rollout of i-BURST, a broadband wireless Internet technology. Shah is currently the vice president of the Wireless Networks Group of Lucent Technologies. ArrayComm is an adaptive signal processing technology.

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