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Netco Government Services Inc., Herndon, Va., has named Karl Williams as chief financial officer. Since 2000, Williams has been chief operating officer and CFO of Web cast software and services provider Vodium Inc.

Norris Dickard has joined public affairs consultancy Issue Dynamics Inc. of Washington as senior consultant. Dickard, who comes to IDI from Washington think tank the Benton Foundation, where he was director of public policy. Dickard will advise IDI clients on telecommunications and media policy.

B. Ray Summerell has been named vice president of corporate development for Vista Technology Services Inc., Herndon, Va. Summerell's primary task will be shaping the company's identity and developing strategies for expanding the business.

Stephen Dring joined NMS Bio-Defense, a spin-off of NMS Imaging Inc., Silver Spring, Md., as president and chief executive officer.

Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC, Reston, Va., named John Balaguer as general manager of engineering and production support. Balaguer assumes responsibility for all aspects of program execution, customer relationship management, continuous improvement and growth in the EPS business unit in Indianapolis.

Mike Fazzi joined fiber optics and video products provider Communications Specialties Inc., Hauppauge, N.Y., as regional sales manager for the eastern United States. From his Weems, Va., office, Fazzi will provide CSI resellers and users with systems integration solutions and develop new market opportunities.

Juniper Networks Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif., named Tom Gillman as director of federal channels in the company's federal systems division. Gillman, who comes to Juniper Networks from 10 years at Cisco Systems Inc., will be responsible for building Juniper Networks' federal channel program.

Retired Brig. Gen. Mack Hill was named senior vice president of medical and logistics services at IT services provider Sytel Inc., Bethesda, Md. After 30 years in the Army, including a stint as chief of the Medical Service Corps, Office of the Surgeon General, Hill retired as commander of Madigan Army Medical Center and Western Regional Medical Command.

Michael Carter was named senior director of Sytel Inc.'s homeland security program. Carter, a former Marine Corps officer who served as deputy security advisor to the special assistant to the president, comes to Sytel from Stanley Security Solutions Inc., where he led a start-up government business practice.


At Sytex Group Inc., Doylestown, Pa.: Jonathon Couch to senior director, advanced technology research center, Vienna, Va.; Richard Neal and William Kray as Sytex Inc. operations vice presidents of, respectively, information dominance groups management services operations in Northern Virginia, and strategic Missions Group in Central Florida.

At Arena Solutions Inc., Menlo Park, Calif.: Martin Huml to chairman of the board of directors.

At Deloitte and Touche USA, Austin, Texas: Robert Campbell III to U.S. public-sector practice leader.

At Brix Networks Inc., Chelmsford, Mass.: Kaynam Hedayat to chief technology officer.

At The Thales Group Inc., Santa Clara, Calif.: Claude Boyard to vice president and chief financial officer.

At Computer Sciences Corp.: Mike Raymond to vice president of CSC's federal health care organization.

At Verity Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif.: Robert Roepke to vice president of corporate financial planning and analysis.

At the Aerospace Industries Association, Washington: Bruce Mahone to assistant vice president of technical operations.

At Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles: Craig Johnson to vice president of network-centric systems, C. Michael Petters to corporate vice president, and president of the Newport News, Va., sector; in its integrated systems sector: Frank Flores to vice president for engineering, logistics and technology; and Lisa Kohl to vice president of operations; and in its electronic systems sector, Linda Leukhardt to chief financial officer and vice president of business management.

At Software AG Inc. USA, Reston, Va.: Haskell Mayo to president of North America operations.

At AT&T Government Solutions, Vienna, Va.: retired Navy Rear Adm. Ike Cole to vice president of its National Information Systems division, and Steve Robinson to vice president, network programs, systems, billing and operations.

At the American Association of Airport Executives, Alexandria, Va.: Carter Morris to senior vice president of transportation security policy.

At the Aerospace Corp., El Segundo, Calif.: Graham Arnold to principal director of the company's Space-Based Infrared System, systems integration directorate; Stephanie Danahy to principal director of the geo-intell systems directorate; and George Matassov to principal engineer in the systems engineering and technology directorate; Heinz Butner to principal engineer in the Delta IV program directorate in El Segundo; and in the electronic programs division in Chantilly, Va.: Steve Pavlica and Thomas Ramberg to principal engineers and J. Bruce Chudoba to associate principal director; and Valerie Lang to principal director of the systems acquisition support subdivision in El Segundo.

At CommVault Systems Inc., Oceanport, N.J.: Scott Conzone federal manager to regional manager.

At RS Information Systems Inc., McLean, Va.: Cass Panciocco to senior vice president of the company's defense programs division.

At the National Women's Business Center Inc. of Washington: Susan Kuhn to vice president for entrepreneurial programs.

At Siebel Systems Inc., San Mateo, Calif.: James Dunham to general manager of the company's public sector group.

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