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SiteScape Inc., Maynard, Mass., has named Brian Hays its new chief executive officer and chairman of the board. Hays joins SiteScape from Science Applications International Corp., where he was a senior vice president for business development in the government market.

Shane Ham will leave Washington think tank Progressive Policy Institute for the Tucson, Ariz., office of IT consultancy Infotech Strategies LLP, where he will continue working as a senior IT policy analyst.

IT security provider Telos Corp., Ashburn, Mass., has named Richard Tracy as its chief security officer. Tracy will also serve as CSO for Xacta Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Telos. Tracy was senior vice president and co-founder of Web security software maker Xacta.

Former Army Reserve Maj. Gen. B. Sue Dueitt will sign on with management software provider H&K Strategic Business Solutions, McLean, Va., as an associated consultant. Dueitt's most recent position was as assistant deputy chief of staff for personnel at the Pentagon.

Mergers and acquisitions firm Burley and Associates Business Acquisition Services, has named Craig Gilbert as senior acquisition adviser and managing director of capital markets. Gaithersburg, Md.based Burley recently acquired Gilbert Associates.

Neil Selvin has joined Approva Corp., Vienna, Va., as the enterprise management software provider's new vice president and chief marketing officer. At Apple Computer Inc., Selvin led the original launch of the company's PowerBook notebook computers.

Kevin Grady has left Concord Communications Inc. to manage sales activities for federal government customers of Brix Networks Inc., Chelmsford, Mass. As the IP network solution provider's federal sales director, Grady will be based in McLean, Va.

Penny Pompeii is the new president of the National Women's Business Center Inc. in Washington. Pompeii was appointed in January to head the women's business owner support organization.

Robert Smith has been named vice president of administration at RS Information Systems Inc. in McLean, Va., where he will be in charge of corporate administration, human resources, internal systems and facilities, quality improvement and corporate communications.

Penny Thompson and Susan Christensen have joined systems integrator BearingPoint Inc., McLean, Va., as consultants. Thompson will develop and direct business opportunities in federal healthcare. Christensen will provide counsel, support and strategic planning for initiatives related to Medicare reform, federal healthcare technology modernization and other government health programs.

Pallab Chatterjee, president of solutions operations at i2 Technologies Inc., has been appointed to the board of directors of Victoria, British Columbia-based enterprise software maker PureEdge Solutions Inc.

Jan Sundelin this month took over as president of international operations for TallyGenicom Ltd. in Chantilly, Va. Sundelin will manage the printer maker's group marketing to Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and India.

Chuck Saffell is the new president of federal business for Nortel Networks Corp., Brampton, Ontario. Saffell will be responsible for all of Nortel's business with U.S. military and civil government agencies.

Deloitte and Touche LLP in Washington has appointed retired Air Force Gen. Lester Lyles as senior adviser to the firm's federal practice. Before joining Deloitte, Lyles spent three years as commander, Air Force Material Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

Bernard Tisserand has been named vice president of the public sector practice for enterprise search solution provider m2Dynamics Inc., Jackson, Mich. Tisserand will focus on federal, state and local government clients.

Craig Harper, vice president of BMC Federal, will head up BMC Public Sector, a new business unit of BMC Software Inc., Houston. BMC Federal will be the largest part of the new business unit, the fastest growing sector of BMC.

Clyde McShan II has left Lockheed Martin Corp.'s IT services business unit and joined Savantage Solutions Inc., Rockville, Md., as executive vice president for business development and operational management in the company's New Orleans office.


Bruce Downs has been named vice president of government sector sales and marketing at Arris Inc. in Duluth, Ga. Downs has been with the broadband communications provider for 10 years, serving in senior roles in several departments, including operations management and strategic project management.

Software AG Inc., Reston, Va., has promoted William Ruh to chief technology officer and senior vice president. In his new position, Ruh will be charged with developing the company's XML integration strategy. Ruh was senior vice president of professional services.

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