Kellogg tapped for joint IT post

Kellogg tapped for joint IT post

President Clinton this month nominated Army Maj. Gen. Joseph K. Kellogg Jr. as the Joint Chiefs of Staff's next director for command, control, communications and computer systems.

Kellogg is the Army's assistant deputy chief of staff for operations and plans. If confirmed by the Senate, he would become a lieutenant general and would replace Air Force Lt. Gen. John L. 'Jack' Woodward Jr., who since April has been straddling two jobs.

This spring Woodward replaced Lt. Gen. William J. Donahue, who retired, as the Air Force's deputy chief information officer and commander of its Communications and Information Center. But he also continued his Joint Chiefs job while awaiting a successor.

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