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Henry Beebe rejoined AT&T Government Solutions, Vienna, Va., as chief engineer and leader of the company's capture team preparing a bid for the Federal Technology Service's Networx telecommunications contract.

Ruth Ravitz Smith joined Boston law firm Brown Rudnick as a principal in the government law and strategies practice group in Washington. She most recently was executive director of federal governmental affairs for Northeast Utilities.

Todd Young is now a project manager at software developer TiBA Solutions LLC, Greenville, S.C. Young has held similar positions at Bilo Corp. and Sungard Data Systems.

Former assistant director of the Secret Service Stephen Colo has been named chief security officer for Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego. Colo joined SAIC in 2003 to manage the company's homeland security support operations.

Michael Jennings has joined Enterprise Warehousing Solutions Inc. of Chicago as vice president of professional services. He comes from Hewitt Associates LLC.

Former undersecretary for the Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection directorate Lt. Gen. Frank Libutti joined McNeil Technologies Inc., Springfield, Va., as a consultant on homeland defense.

At STG International Inc., Alexandria, Va., Mike Blank has been named vice president of the newly created consulting services division. Allan Hardy has joined the company as vice president of business development, and Ellen Duncan has been named director of human resources.

Michele Hudnall, formerly an analyst with IT consultancy and research firm Meta Group Inc., joined Managed Object Solutions Inc., McLean, Va., as director of service management.

Frank Blaul has joined IT systems integrator Dataline Inc., McLean, Va., as senior vice president of sales and marketing for the company's U.S. federal business unit.

Glenn Peacock has joined IT and audiovisual systems consultancy the Sextant Group of Phoenix as senior consultant.

Peter Noble, formerly of Gartner Inc., was named senior vice president of sales at government sales information provider Onvia Inc. of Seattle.

Cal Shintani joined CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., as senior vice president of business development for the company's enterprise technologies and services business group. Shintani was vice president of business development at Gray Hawk Systems Inc., recently acquired by ManTech International Corp.

Robert Pepper was named senior managing director of global advanced technology policy in the office of worldwide government affairs at Cisco Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif. He was an adviser to the last six chairmen of the Federal Communications Commission.

Doug Keach joined Digital Management Inc., Bethesda, Md., as executive vice president of corporate development, focusing on expanding the company's federal IT business.

Hugh Bolton joined NCI Information Systems Inc., Reston, Va., as senior vice president. A former Air Force officer, Bolton previously worked at both MTC Technologies Inc. and the Sytex Group.

John Warner has taken an advisory position at TiBA Solutions LLC, Greenville, S.C. Warner will work with executive managers and others in advising the company on business advancement strategies.

Carter Griffin has joined IT venture capital firm UpData Partners LLC, Reston, Va., as a principal. Griffin previously was chairman and chief executive officer of Brivo Systems.

William Nixon has joined e-voting systems developer AccuPoll Inc., Tustin, Calif., as president and CEO. He was previously president and CEO of Senco Sensors Inc.

Eugene Carrick has been named vice president of newly created intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operating unit of Northrop Grumman Corp.'s IT sector in McLean, Va. He will oversee resources and technologies for the defense-intelligence market and provide program support to the Pentagon.

Allen Todd is the new vice president for broadband over power lines at Communication Technologies Inc., Chantilly, Va. Until February, Todd was director of utilities for Manassas, Va.

Paul Christman has joined Qwest Software Inc., Irvine, Calif., as director of state and local government and higher education sales.

Craig Brennan is the new president, CEO and chairman of the board at Tumbleweed Communications Corp., Redwood City, Calif. Brennan, who most recently was president and CEO of Brio Software Inc., succeeds Jeffrey Smith, who will remain on the board and serve as a special adviser.

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