PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

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 company's customer base in the high-end embedded systems marketplace.

Wave Technologies International Inc. of St. Louis has named Thomas G. Hagerty chief operating officer. Hagerty will oversee 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 at the company's McLean, Va., headquarters.

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 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.

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 work with 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. 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.

In 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 information operations and infrastructure protection business. TASC is a subsidiary of Litton Industries Inc.

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

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

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