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PromotionsComputer Sciences Corp.
, an El Segundo, Calif., information technology services company, named Tony Doye
as president of the company's Technology Management Group, with responsibility for CSC's U.S. outsourcing business. Doye was vice president and global account executive for the Nortel Networks account within TMG. The company also named Keith Wilman as president of its Northern Region European operations, which include the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Netherlands. Wilman, who was previously chief operating officer for the Northern Region, joined CSC in 1997.
CSC's Federal Sector Business Development promoted Leslee Gault
, who joined CSC in 1995, to vice president of business development for Enforcement, Security & Intelligence (ESI). She most recently served as director of business development for ESI. Barbara Moffatt was promoted to vice president of business development for Civil Group. She previously led Civil Group Business Development.Lockheed Martin Management and Data Systems
in King of Prussia, Pa., named Michael Thomas
executive vice president. Thomas will focus on the day-to-day operations of the unit, including program execution, contract performance, financial management, strategy and implementation of information systems and technologies. A 25-year veteran of Lockheed Martin and its heritage companies, Thomas began his career with IBM in 1978.
The ,b.MITRE Corp., McLean, Va., promoted Raymond Haller
to vice president. Haller will serve as a vice president in the Washington Command, Control, and Communications Center, part of the Department of Defense Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence federally funded research and development center. He was previously executive director of the WC3 Special Projects Office. He joined MITRE in 1977.AppointmentsInternosis
, an Arlington, Va., information technology consultancy and systems integrator, appointed Raul Fernandez
as its non-executive chairman. Fernandez founded Proxicom Inc., which went public in 1999 and was sold to Dimension Data in 2001. Fernandez will provide the management team with strategic guidance as Internosis strives to become a leading provider of Microsoft-centric solutions to major organizations globally.Thomas Sugrue
joined T-Mobile USA
as vice president of government affairs. T-Mobile of Bellevue, Wash., is member of the T-Mobile International group, the mobile telecommunications subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG. Sugrue is leading T-Mobile's D.C. office and the company's federal and state government affairs. Sugrue previously served as head of the Federal Communications Commission's Wireless Bureau for more than four years.CapNet
, a Washington bipartisan organization dedicated to educating and electing public officials who recognize the concerns of the technology community, named Christopher Long
of Washington Resource Associates Inc. as the new chairman of its Policy Committee. He will work closely with CapNet's member companies to further a broad technology agenda to boost the nation's economy. Long was founder of the Digital Dialogue Forum, a high-tech policy roundtable, and a co-founder of CapNet. Intellitactics Inc.
, a Bethesda, Md., solutions provider for enterprise security management, named former AXENT Technologies CFO Robert Edwards Jr.
as chief financial officer. Edwards has more than 18 years of management experience.Tier Technologies Inc.
, a Walnut Creek, Calif., provider of business and information technology consulting, appointed Jeffrey McCandless as chief financial officer. He was previously with Interelate. Qualys Inc.
, a Redwood Shores, Calif., provider of on-demand security audits and vulnerability management, appointed Howard Schmidt
to the company's board of directors.
Schmidt was a former security adviser to President George W. Bush and chief security officer for Microsoft Corp. Schmidt recently joined eBay as vice president and chief information security officer. As a member of the Qualys board, Schmidt will help Qualys become the de facto standard in vulnerability assessments and protection.E.C. "Pete" Aldridge Jr.
was named to Bethesda, Md.-based Lockheed Martin's
board of directors.
Aldridge retired from government service in May. He is the former under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics. Before this appointment, Aldridge served as CEO of the Aerospace Corp., president of McDonnell Douglas Electronic Systems and Secretary of the Air Force.Affiliated Computer Services Inc.
, a Dallas provider of business process and information technology outsourcing solutions, formed a new line of business, Education Services, and appointed outgoing deputy secretary of education William Hansen
to lead the new line of business.
A 12-year U.S. Department of Education veteran, Hansen served the last two years as deputy secretary.
ACS also named Paul Drayton Jr.
as vice president of marketing and business development for the Transportation Systems and Services line of business. Drayton served as the CEO of the Delaware River Port Authority and president of the Port Authority Transit Corp. for the past nine years. Cassie Prinke
will join ACS as vice president of commercial vehicle operations for Transportation Systems and Services. Before joining ACS, Prinke worked for 18 years at Honeywell Aerospace Group. Parker Williams
joined ACS as vice president of Electronic Payment Systems for Transportation Systems and Services. He served as state highway administrator with the Maryland Department of Transportation for the last six years.
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