MetroBook Computer Corp. of Chantilly, Va., has announced the appointment of Wayne Hinson as its chief executive officer.

Van H. Aggelakos has been named president of NCR government systems group, a division of NCR Corp. of Dayton, Ohio. He will be responsible for sales marketing and operations.

Infodata Systems Inc. of Fairfax, Va., named Susan Russell to the newly created position of director of consulting operations. She will support Infodata's commercial and federal consulting services.

Two senior executives at Aspen Systems Corp. of Rockville, Md., have been promoted. Eugene Brannock is now the executive vice president and general manager of the company's information services technology group. Georgette Semick has been named senior vice president and general manager of the company's applied management sciences group. Semick will fill the position of chief information officer.

Robert L. Molino, a former Defense Logistics Agency executive director, has joined American Management Systems Inc., of Fairfax, Va. He is vice president of business enterprise solutions in AMS' Industrial and utilities consulting and systems group, and will work with Defense Department clients in electronic commerce.

R. Gary Anthony has been promoted to account executive responsible for all of Electronic Data Systems Corp.'s Postal Service business. The division is headquartered in Raleigh, N.C.

ATP Electronics of Sunnyvale, Calif., has appointed Bradley Whitchurch as government sales manager. He will manage the company's government branch in Alexandria, Va.

Chris H. Horgen, chairman of the board and co-founder of Nichols Research Corp. of Huntsville, Ala., was named chief executive officer by the company's board of directors.''

Syntax Inc. of Federal Way, Wash., has promoted three executives. Jack Smith assumes the role of executive vice president of business development; David Lewis is now chief financial officer; and Joseph M. Marvin has been named vice president of worldwide sales and marketing.

Jacob B. Pankowski has joined Morgan Lewis and Bockius LLP of Washington, D.C., as a partner in its government contracts and construction practice.

Decision Systems Technologies Inc. of Rockville, Md., announced the appointment of Eugene E. Kelly as deputy to the vice president of DSTI's Integrated Systems Group.

Macro International Inc. of Calverton, Md., announced that Michael J. Cocchiola has joined the company as a vice president. Cocchiola's responsibilities include customer service, marketing and generating new business.

George F. Allen has accepted a position on the board of directors of Xybernaut Corp. of Fairfax, Va. Allen, former governor of Virginia, will help market the company's newest wearable computer product, the MA-IV.

Electronic Data Systems of Herndon, Va., announced that the vice president of human resources and diversity for its government services group has won an award. Kathy Torrence has been named the 1998 Woman of Color in Technology by the publications US Black Engineer and Information Technology and Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology.

Gary Hobbs, former Northrop Grumman Corp. executive, joined Dyncorp of Reston, Va., to become president of its Information and Engineering Technology Inc. of Fairfax, Va.

Raytheon International Inc. of Lexington, Mass., announced that Robin L. Beard has been appointed president and chief executive officer of the company's corporate operations in Washington. A former congressman, Beard will direct the company's congressional liaison and other corporate activities.

Curtis L. Cornell has been named to the newly appointed position of director of government and education sales at Merisel Inc. of El Segundo, Calif. His first task is to expand Merisel's Government Access Reseller Program to local, state and federal resellers.

AAC Associates Inc. of Vienna, Va., announced that James E. Francis has joined the company as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He previously worked at Computer Data Systems Inc. of Rockville, Md., as vice president for business development.

CPU Tech of Pleasanton, Calif., has appointed Gail A. Walters, former executive vice president, to the newly created post of chief operating officer. Walters' tasks include developing new product lines and expanding the comapny's customer base in the high-end embedded systems marketplace.

Wave Technologies International Inc. of St. Louis has named Thomas G. Hagerty chief operating offcer. Hagerty will oversee the company's operational activities, marketing initiatives and development efforts.

Brian Bowyer has been named vice president of engineering for DY 4 Systems Inc. of Kanata, Ontario. Bowyer will direct engineering, program management and customer support, and be responsible for standard product development and custom-engineered solutions.

GTE Internetworking, a division of GTE Corp., recently appointed Richard J. 'Jack' Hunt as director of federal law enforcement in the federal network systems group in Arlington, Va. He will oversee development of Internet security applications based on GTE products and services. Hunt previously worked at the FBI for 26 years as chief of criminal intelligence in the Criminal Investigative Unit.

Sharon Kay O'Malley has been promoted to senior vice president by Electronic Data Systems Corp. O'Malley, who has worked at EDS since 1984, will lead the company's government industry group in Herndon, Va.

Mark L. Epstein, executive vice president of Convergent Groups Public Sector Business Practice of Englewood, Colo., has been elected to the board of directors of the Geospatial Information and Technology Association.

Alfred F. Picarelli has been elected to the board of directors of Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. Picarelli, a specialist in systems integration, will work in the company's McLean, Va., office.

Mnet Corp. of Solon, Ohio, announced that Michael Bloom is its first director of training and professional development.'' Kirk Keer has joined bd Systems Inc. of Torrance, Calif. He is its senior vice president of technical operations and will be responsible for strategic planning and technical operations management.

Global Integrity Corp. of Reston, Va., announced that Harvey L. Weiss has been named chief executive officer. Weiss had been vice president of Network Associates Inc. of Santa Clara, Calif., where he formed the company's federal business group.

Christopher S. Nolan has joined Unisource Network Services Inc. of Chicago as the regional vice president of consulting in Washington. His duties include handling data networking and telecommunications business for government clients nationwide.

Grant Thornton of Vienna, Va., has announced that Travis Sherman has been appointed a senior manager in the company's technology services and telecommunications group. He will service information technology and telecommunications companies for the accounting and consulting firm.

Modis Corp. of Reston, Va., has named its board of directors: Maj. Gen. H. Jack Mier, Kathleen Connell and Claude V. Swanson. In addition, Jack C. Kirschbaum was appointed vice president of sales and marketing.

Paul Leslie is executive vice president and chief operating officer at BTG Inc. of Fairfax, Va. He is responsible for day-to-day operations.

Due to a restructuring, Robbins-Gioia Inc. of Alexandria, Va., has split the positions of chief executive officer and president. John Gioia retains the CEO post and Avon James will become president. James had been the company's chief operating officer.

TASC of Reading, Mass., has announced that retired Air Force Maj. Gen. John P. Casciano has been appointed vice president in charge of the company's information operations and infrastructure protection business. TASC is a subsidiary of Litton Industries Inc.'

James D. Bruning is director of sales serving the Defense Department and federal intelligence agencies at Intelligent Decisions Inc. of Chantilly, Va.

Hadron Inc. of Annandale, Va., announced that Dr. Ken Alibek will fill the new position of chief scientist for the company. Alibek is a specialist in biological weapons and biodefense.

Ray Davis of Unisys Corp. has been promoted to vice president of integrated services for the company's federal systems organization.

Interactive Studies Enterprise Inc. of Grand Prairie, Texas, has named Steven L. Cass northeastern regional director for the training software company.

BTG Inc. of Fairfax, Va., announced the appointment of Paul G. Leslie as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the company.

Mark J. Gerencser has been elected to the board of directors of Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc. of McLean, Va. Gerencser is a vice president of the firm.

GRC International Inc. has named Michael G. Stolarik as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He will be responsible for all day-to-day operations of the Vienna, Va., company.

Frank D. Derville has joined American Management Systems Inc. of Fairfax, Va., as a director of strategic partnerships in the federal financial management and administrations practice.

Adam Konowe has joined Stackig Advertising and Public Relations, a unit of TMP Worldwide Inc. of McLean, Va.

Alpha Technologies Group Inc. of Beverly Hills, Calif., announced that Lawrence Butler has been named chairman of the board and chief executive officer. Robert C. Streiter has been named president and chief operating officer and was elected to the board of directors.''

Michael Ressler has joined Global Integrity Corp. of Reston, Va., a subsidiary of Science Applications International Corp. Ressler will be division manager for security consulting services.

AverStar Inc. of Burlington, Mass., announced several changes to its management team. Joseph Saponaro has been promoted to president and chief operating officer. Barbara Landes has been appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer. Bruce Burton has been named executive vice president.

Katherine Nickell has joined Performance Engineering Corp. of Fairfax, Va., as director of business development for development operations.

AAC Associates Inc. of Vienna Va., announced that James E. Francis has been appointed president and chief operating officer.

PlanGraphics Inc. of Frankfort, Ky., announced several personnel additions. William T. Elliott and George W. McGregor have joined the company as executive consultants, Brenda L. Hagg is marketing and sales support manager, Jennifer M. Rouse is a senior systems analyst, Heidi L. Johnson is a systems analyst and Robert J. McCue is a records technician supervisor.

Kendall Dean is vice president and general manager of the Americas Enterprise Services business for Global Knowledge Network Inc. of Burlington, Mass.

Datacard Group of Minnetonka, Minn., announced the appointment of Jerry E. Johnson as president and chief executive officer.

Jerry Agee has been named vice president and general manager of TRW Inc.'s federal enterprise solutions strategic business unit. The unit is based in Reston, Va.

Angelique Manning has joined Advice Unlimited as public-relations account executive in Olney, Md.

Raytheon Systems Co. of Arlington, Va., appointed Philip E. Graham vice president of information technology and chief information officer.

Essential Technologies Inc. of Rockville, Md., announced that Steve Drill has joined the company as vice president of development and Steve Lorenc has joined as vice president of marketing.

G. Donald Smeltzer has been appointed president of SDR Technologies Inc. of Westlake Village, Calif.'' STG Inc. of Fairfax, Va., has named J.D. Wininger Jr. senior vice president of finance and administration, and chief financial officer.

The board of directors of Booz, Allen & Hamilton of McLean, Va., has elected Dennis O. Doughty senior vice president. He will lead the company's information technology unit that serves federal agencies.

MCR Federal Inc. announced the promotion of Timothy G. Loftis to vice president of the company's central region. His responsibilities will include managing MCR's federal business in Alabama, Illinois, Ohio and Tennessee.

PlanGraphics Inc. of Frankfort, Ky., announced that Tami A. Rudnick has joined the company as a research analyst and will work on geospatial information resources.

Maryann J. Lawler has been appointed senior vice president and general manager of Xerox Corp.'s public-sector operations, based in McLean, Va. She is responsible for Xerox's marketing initiatives with the federal government.

Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., has named Stephen L. Baum to its board of directors. Baum is vice chairman, president and chief operating officer of Sempra Energy of San Diego.

Karl Gretton is vice president of global alliances at FreeBalance Inc. of Ottawa. He is supervising the development of electronic applications that will let governments complete tasks using the Web.

Affiliated Computer Services Inc. of Dallas announced that Robert J. Woods was appointed president of its Business Applications Solutions Co., based in Rockville, Md.

Gene Buckley is director of business development and special programs for federal operations for Cisco Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif. He is responsible for networking business development for the Defense Department and other sectors.

RF Industries Ltd. of San Diego has announced that William P. Halbert Jr. is director of sales for its connectors division.'' FMAS Corp., a subsidiary of DynCorp of Reston, Va., announced that Peter Ryan was named director of its survey operations center. He will oversee and manage the center, which conducts national surveys for the government and other clients.

Donald J. Kellmel has been named chief technical officer at Hadron Inc. of Annandale, Va. He is also chief technical officer of Avenue Technologies Inc., a company Hadron recently acquired.'' Nichols Research Corp. of Huntsville, Ala., has reorganized and renamed its government business operations. Michael W. Solley has been promoted to president of Nichols' government business segment, Carl W. Monk Jr. is executive vice president, and Tina J. Corley is chief financial officer.

Maryann J. Lawler has been appointed senior vice president and general manager of Xerox Corp.'s public-sector operations in McLean, Va. She is responsible for Xerox's federal marketing initiatives.

I-Bus Inc. of San Diego announced that James Falasco was named director of business development. He is responsible for developing business in digital signal processing, computer telephony, telecommunications and other areas.

J. Bruce Boisture is chief executive officer, president and co-chairman of Paradigm4 of Fairfield, N.J. The company holds contracts with a number of states and cities for designing and implementing wireless data systems.

RCI Ltd. of Washington named Kevin E. Linck as managing director for the federal government and mid-Atlantic region. He is responsible for supporting federal high-performance computing and communications needs.

Electronic Data Systems Corp.'s Government Industry Group of Herndon, Va., has combined its sales and marketing operations under senior vice president Louis Matrone. He will be responsible for sales, marketing and strategic initiatives for government clients.


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