WHO'S ON FIRST

WHO'S ON FIRST

Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md., hired Frederic Henney Jr. as director of communications and community relations for its Electronics & Surveillance-Undersea Systems. He will report to Francis DeBritz, president of the division. Henney joins Lockheed Martin after a 20-year Navy career. Most recently he served as director of public affairs and congressional notifications for the chief of legislative affairs.

Steven D'Onofrio was named director of design engineering for the avionics division of ITT Industries Inc., White Plains, N.Y. D'Onofrio has been with ITT for 30 years and has been acting design director since 2000.

FreeBalance Inc., Ontario, Canada, has added Martha Turner as the company's "eVangelist." Turner most recently was vice president of Hummingbird's federal business unit. Hummingbird previously was know as PC Docs. In her new role, Turner will be in charge of generating awareness of FreeBalance's e-government products.

Mark Hardardt was appointed vice president of North American and channel sales for Elron Software Inc., Burlington, Mass. Previously, Hardardt was a vice president at Openpages. In his new position, he will work to broaden Elron's channel partners including markets such as government, education and banking.

Science Applications International Corp., San Diego, named Neil Cox as executive vice president of the telecommunications integration sector. He will be responsible for overall management and operations. Before jointing SAIC, Cox was president of SecurityLink, which was part of Ameritech.

Dan Woolley joined the management team of NetSec, Herndon, Va., as chief operating officer. He will be responsible for daily operations, development of service and production strategy and providing direction to all division of NetSec.

Lee Technologies Group has hired Stephen Hess as manager of the federal systems group. Hess joins the company after spending 20 years in the Air Force, mostly recently at U.S. Strategic Command.

Peter Spewak was named vice president of business development for Adanced Technology Systems Inc., McLean, Va. He was promoted from group vice president.

Northrop Grumman Corp. has picked Thomas Conroy as vice president of Logicon TASC for national intelligence program development. Conroy recently retired from the National Reconnaissance Office as deputy director for national support.

Travis Sherman has been named partner and Diane Shute was named a principal at the accounting and management consulting firm Grant Thornton LLP, Washington. Sherman will work in the tax department. Shute will work in the global government group.

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