Update.com, a Vienna, Austria-based vendor of customer relationship management (CRM) software, named Gerhard Schuberth as its new chief executive officer.

Raytheon Co. in Arlington, Va., appointed Thomas M. Culligan as executive vice president of business development and president of Raytheon International Inc. He will oversee Raytheon's domestic and international business development and government relations activities, and will serve as the company's principal interface with its Washington, D.C., defense and other government agency customers. He was previously with Honeywell International Inc. Raytheon provides defense, government and commercial electronics, and business and special mission aircraft.Grady E. Means, a strategy adviser to business and government leaders for nearly 30 years, has been named managing partner of the government services practice of Pricewaterhouse-Coopers in Arlington, Va. He has been with the firm since 1984, leading the Strategy Consulting practice for the last 18 years.

ITT Industries, Avionics Division appointed Jeff Gernitis as its vice president and director of engineering. He will lead ITT's engineering initiatives in the areas of systems, software, product design and project engineering. The Clifton, N.J., company supplies electronic protection and communication/navigation/identification systems for the armed forces of the United States and allied nations.

Mitre Corp., a McLean, Va., independent, not-for-profit company that provides technical support to the government, promoted Alfred Grasso to senior vice president and general manager of the Washington Center for Command, Control, and Communications (C3). Mitre's Washington C3 Center is part of the federally funded research and development centers operated by Mitre for the Department of Defense. Mitre also promoted John S. Quilty to lead the federally funded research and development center that Mitre operates in support of the Defense Department. The FFRDC conducts systems engineering work in the areas of command, control, communications and intelligence.

Kingsport, Tenn.-based Eastman Chemical Co. promoted Roger K. Mowen to senior vice president of global customer service and chief information officer, and Garland S. Williamson to senior vice president of worldwide operations and chief health, safety and environmental officer.

New York-based TrueArc promoted Russell E. Stalters, an IT industry veteran and leader in the design of innovative records management solutions, to president and chief operating officer. Stalters will lead TrueArc's launch of TrueArc for Microsoft Exchange ? a cutting-edge e-mail management tool that cost-effectively identifies and archives only the e-mail that an organization truly requires. He joined the firm in 1999 as vice president of professional services and customer support and general manager of U.S. operations. TrueArc, formerly called Provenance Systems, is a provider of software products that enable an organization to evaluate, store and retrieve electronic communications. 

El Segundo, Calif.-based Computer Sciences Corp. named Kevin Gaulin president of its Application Services
Division, a part of CSC's Technology Management Group. He succeeds Mary Jo Morris, who was named president of TMG. Gaulin, who reports to Morris, will be responsible for application outsourcing market strategies, including the capture and transition of services to CSC, as well as systems integration, development, enhancement and support services. Gaulin, who will be based in Norwich, Conn., previously served as ASD's vice president of service delivery in North America, a post he held since March 1999. The Application Services Division supports CSC's major commercial outsourcing engagements globally, currently serving more than 40 clients, bolstering the value of their legacy systems while crafting new applications for future business needs.

Lee Technologies Group, an Atlanta provider of mission-critical power and environmental products and services, promoted Tim Van Horn to director of sales for the company's Southeast region. He has been with the company since 1995.

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