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Qwest Communications International Inc., Arlington, Va., has appointed Howard Seeger as vice president of sales and marketing for its Government Systems Division. Seeger will be joining James Payne, senior vice president for government markets, who jumped on board at Qwest in August 1999.

Seeger came from Wang Government Services in McLean, Va., where he was vice president of business development.

Mike Ligas was promoted to director of business development at Sprint Corp.'s Government Systems Division in Herndon, Va. Ligas has been director of program management for government solutions.

The business development team will be responsible for developing new revenue streams for the government division, enhancing the market position for Sprint and managing the strategic and business planning.

Deloitte & Touche LLP, McLean, Va., a professional services firm providing assurance and advisory, tax and management consulting services, made four new appointments to its Baltimore office.

Michael Kohen will serve as manager in the east region multistate tax service group. He has been with Deloitte & Touche since 1995. He advises multinational U.S. companies on the state tax implications of domestic operations, specializing in technology and communication companies.

Daniel Krosin was selected as audit manager. Krosin will coordinate audit services performed for the firm's retail and manufacturing clients. He has been with the company since 1993.

The company also appointed Stuart Rudo as manager in the tax practice. He has been with the company since 1995.

Finally, the company selected Kevin Thomas as manager in the internal audit services group. He has been with Deloitte & Touche since 1996.

Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin, an international investment bank in Los Angeles, promoted two people in its Washington area office. Jerry Grossman will be the new managing director, and Robert Kipps will be the new senior vice president. In 1999, the firm managed 83 announced transactions valued at $39.2 billion.

Sherikon Inc., Chantilly, Va., a provider of advanced-level consulting expertise in engineering, information systems, telecommunications, health services, aerospace systems and shipyard operations, announced the following promotions:

In the Frederick, Md., office, Robert Ullman was named vice president of the health sciences sector, and John Rosarious was selected as project manager in the information management and logistics division.

In the telecommunications technologies division in Harrisburg, Pa., Michael Boyle will be the new division manager, Ray Bishop was named project manager of information management and planning services, and Steve Billett was selected as project manager of system development and application support.

In Orlando, Fla., Gerald Ehleiter was named group director of the applied engineering group, and Roger Lennox was selected as project manager in the applied technology division. In San Diego, Brian McFarland was chosen as project manger of system integration in the communications system division.

Anne Altman was appointed vice president of federal sales for the IBM Public Sector, Bethesda, Md. Altman will be responsible for IBM's business with the federal government. She joined IBM in 1981 as a systems engineer.

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