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The Aerospace Corp. has named John Wormington executive director of program executability and Jeffery Quirk general manager of the Space-Based Surveillance Division. Wormington held senior leadership positions at Boeing Satellite Systems and Hughes Space and Communications before joining the company in 2002. Quirk previously was associate general manager of the division. He replaces John Winterkorn, who retired after 34 years with the company.

The company also promoted Dean Marvin to principal director of the Office of Research and Technology Applications in Laboratory Operations, advancing from director of the Space Technology Development and Validation Department. Mark Rochlin of the company's Rosslyn, Va., office has been promoted to principal director of Commercial, International and Homeland Security Programs, advancing from director of Business Development. The Aerospace Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., is an independent, nonprofit company that provides objective technical analyses and assessments for national security space programs and selected civil and commercial space programs in the national interest.

AT&T Government Solutions in Vienna, Va., named Paul McQuillan as federal sales vice president, responsible for leading the sales organization in providing integrated solutions to defense and civilian agencies. McQuillan, who was most recently in charge of defense sales at the company, joined AT&T in 1987.

The company also named Isaiah Cole as National Information Systems and Homeland Security vice president, responsible for leading an organization that serves the IT needs of the intelligence community, the traveling White House, Department of State and agencies related to the Department of Homeland Security. Cole joined AT&T Government Solutions' NIS division in 1995 after retiring from the Navy as a rear admiral.


The Federation of Government Information Processing Councils (FGIPC), and its Industry Advisory Council (IAC), appointed Joiwind Williams Ronen as the executive director for FGIPC/IAC. A veteran of the government marketplace, Ronen will be responsible for all FGIPC and IAC operations. She will formulate and implement policies, direct activities and create partnerships among FGIPC councils. Before joining FGIPC, Ronen served as a managing director of Touchstone Consulting Group.

Brainbench, a Chantilly, Va., provider of online skills measurement, appointed Alan Merten, president of George Mason University in Virginia, to its board. Before becoming the university's president in 1996, he was the dean and professor of information systems at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.

GTSI Corp., a Chantilly, Va., information technology solutions provider, focusing on federal, state and local government customers, elected Tom Hewitt and Barry Reisig to its board of directors.

Hewitt is a veteran technology and marketing professional who founded Federal Sources Inc. He has held executive positions with industry leaders such as Computer Sciences Corp. and Boeing Computer Services. Reisig retired over a year ago from Arthur Andersen with more than 30 years of service. In 2002 Reisig joined System Planning Corp. as a vice president and currently serves as interim CEO and president of SPC International, which focuses on government contracting and consulting.

Aristotle International, Washington, hired Jeff Ashe as vice president of PAC and grassroots development. He comes to Aristotle from Duke Energy.

Multimax Inc., a Largo, Md., information technology services and products company in the government market, appointed Robert Spewak as vice president of business development. Spewak will be responsible for business development and marketing activities across all of Multimax's 12 nationwide offices and operating locations.

Windsor Group LLC, a Reston, Va., investment banking firm, appointed Joe Cecin as managing director of the firm's telecommunications practice with a focus on both the commercial and government markets. Cecin has almost 18 years of management experience and a strong focus on telecommunications, financing and corporate development. Before joining Windsor Group, he was one of two founders of Cambrian Communications.

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