Who's on First
Appointments mGen Inc.
, a Foxborough, Mass., developer of advanced distributed knowledge, human capital and learning management solutions, appointed Pete Steiner
as vice president of sales. He was previously with Monster.com.Dynamics Research Corp.
, Andover, Mass., named retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Charles McCausland
to its board of directors. Before his retirement, McCausland was the director of the Defense Logistics Agency. SRA International Inc.
, a Fairfax, Va., provider of IT services, appointed two vice presidents as part of its integration of Adroit Systems Inc., a provider of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance services to U.S. defense and intelligence organizations. Terry Ryan
is vice president and director, and Anna Hogan
is vice president of operations of the Adroit C4ISR Center. Ryan previously served as president and CEO of ASI and Hogan was chief operating officer. Don Arnold
has joined Pleasanton, Calif.-based PeopleSoft Federal Sector
as director of business development. He will be responsible for assisting agencies with solutions for financial, human resources, supply chain and citizen relationship management. He was previously with E-Gov.Northrop Grumman Corp.
, Los Angeles, elected Philip Odeen
, former chairman of TRW Inc., to its board of directors, bringing the company's board to 12 members.Aronson Capital Partners
, a Rockville, Md., merger and acquisition firm, hired John Saunders
as managing director. He will focus on building ACP's federal merger and acquisition advisory and corporate finance practice. Saunders has held management positions at DynCorp and Visual Networks Inc.
Herndon, Va.-based Federal Marketing Associates
President and Founder Susan Milich
was recently selected to serve on the government marketing forum's advisory board. The forum is a monthly breakfast seminar series providing professionals in the government technology market with a continual peer development forum.Sidney Fuchs
, vice president and director of Northrop Grumman Corp.'s
Intelligence Operations unit in Herndon, Va., was named to the board of visitors of the National Defense University. Fuchs was nominated by the White House and appointed by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to a four-year term. The board provides guidance and assistance to the university.Brown, Goldstein & Levy LLP
, a Baltimore-based law firm, hired as a partner Stuart Simms
, who just completed five years as secretary of the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Simms will focus his practice on business litigation, legislative and governmental affairs, government contracting and procurement and issues related to technology in law enforcement, with a special emphasis on homeland security.Promotions
Charles Cantello was named vice president of warfare systems for Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems-Undersea Systems
in Manassas, Va. Cantello previously was the business unit's vice president for finance and business management. Microsoft Corp.
named Scott Suhy
as its new director of government business development in its Washington office. Suhy will manage a team focused on large government systems integrators, hardware manufacturers, independent software vendors and resellers. He has been with Microsoft since February 1992.Computer Sciences Corp.
, El Segundo, Calif., appointed John Biggs
as president of its Canadian operations. Previously, Biggs served as vice president of business development for the company's global technology management group. He will focus on both public and private-sector business development opportunities in Canada.
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