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Bradford Brown was named chairman of the National Center for Technology & Law at The George Mason University School of Law. The center's goal is to analyze legal and technology issues affecting the business community. Brown was executive vice president of technology affairs and deputy managing director of Shandwick in Washington. He also has been president of Western Strategies, the government relations division of Nelson Communications Group.

Grant Thornton, Vienna, Va., hired Chris Mattingly as practice leader for its government contracts business services practice unit. He will manage the firm's government contractor business.

PEC Solutions, Fairfax, Va., made two new additions to the professional services firm. John Forbus joined PEC as vice president of planning. He will be responsible for advancing strategic corporate development initiatives to broaden the company's federal, state and local government client base. Also, Philip Camero will be the new director of advanced programs. He will lead the effort to develop and implement security technologies for clients with specialized security missions.

The Advanced Television Technology Center, Alexandria, Va., replaced two officers. Edward Caleca steps in for Howard Miller, who left after four years as chairman. Caleca has been senior vice president of technology and operations at Public Broadcasting System. Also, Vice Chairman Robert Hopkins has left his position. He was replaced by Philip Livingston, vice president and strategic technical liaison of Panasonic Broadcast and Digital Systems Co.
TRW Inc., Cleveland, named Christopher Welker vice president of marketing and business development for TRW Global Enterprise Solutions. He previously managed enterprise application integration for the enterprise-solutions business for TRW. Global Enterprise Solutions focuses on e-business consulting, technology integration and integrated supply chain solutions.

Net2000 Communications Inc., Herndon, Va., promoted Steve Wright into the newly created position of general manager for Northern Virginia. He will be responsible for boosting business with existing customers and establishing new customers. Wright also will continue his responsibilities as regional vice president of sales for the south, which currently extends from Baltimore to Virginia Beach, Va.

Rockwell Collins Government System, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has promoted several employees. The company selected Steven Nieuwsma as vice president of engineering. He will be responsible for managing all government systems engineering activities while continuing his role as senior director of communications systems engineering.


Bruce King was named director of KC-135 programs for the company. He will focus on the execution of the PACER CRAG and Global Air Traffic Management programs. He has been with the company more than 14 years.

Ronal Hornish was promoted to vice president of integrated application and navigation systems. He will manage the navigation systems and integrated applications businesses and the KC-135 program. Hornish has been vice president of engineering for government systems.

The company also appointed Gregory Churchill as vice president of business development. He will oversee business development and marketing activities and provide strategic and business planning support.



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