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Albert Ng was selected as vice president of network engineering for 2nd Century Communications, Arlington, Va., an application service provider. He will be responsible for planning program management, managing network implementation and monitoring telecommunications interconnections. Before joining 2nd Century, Ng worked for e.spire Communications and MCI Communications.

Step 9 Software Corp., a Fairfax, Va.-based company that furnishes Web-enabled Operational Support Systems for communications providers, appointed R. Lee McElrath as vice president and chief financial officer. Before joining Step 9, McElrath was vice president of finance at Sterling Software.

The University of Virginia's School of Continuing and Professional Studies appointed Rosie Dunn to its faculty as director of technology and business programs at the Northern Virginia center in Falls Church. Dunn will oversee the university's information technology and Web content development certificate programs.

Vitts Networks, a Manchester, N.H., provider of Internet communications and enterprise networking services, named David Etzler vice president of direct sales for its New York and New Jersey region. Etzler will oversee direct account sales in the territory and expand the company's services into eight northeastern states. By 2001, Vitts plans to expand its network offerings into Washington, D.C., Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Vectrix Corp., Dallas, a provider of e-business solutions, hired Bruce Orr as president and a member of its board of directors. He will oversee all operations of the company and be responsible for corporate strategy, business development, global expansion and operations.

YellowBrix Inc., Alexandria, Va., a provider of intelligent content and commerce services, named David Lynch as chief business officer. He will be responsible for managing the revenue and profit center strategy for the company. Lynch has worked for Net-Tel, a British software product company, and MCI International Communications.

Stephen Rabbit joined Digital Access Inc., Philadelphia, as president and chief operating officer. Rabbitt will manage all business operations for the company, such as customer service, sales, marketing, plant and field operations and human resources. Digital Access, a broadband service provider, is building networks in Indianapolis, Kansas City, Mo., Nashville, Tenn., and Milwaukee.DynCorp of Reston, Va., an information technology and outsourcing company, named Joseph Cunningham as president of its information and enterprise technology unit. Cunningham had been DynCorp's senior vice president of the unit. He came to the company from Northrop Grumman Corp., where he was vice president of the professional services division. He also worked for Computer Sciences Corp.

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