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Stephen Colgate has left his job as the Justice Department's chief information officer and assistant attorney general for administration. On April 2, he joined the Chicago law firm of Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe LLP as executive director in its Washington office.

Stephen Colgate
Janis Sposato, deputy assistant attorney general for law and policy, will be the acting CIO and assistant attorney general for administration, a Justice spokeswoman said.

Colgate spent two decades in government service. At Justice, he had been executive officer in the Civil Rights Division and assistant director of the budget staff.

F. Whitten Peters, who resigned in January as secretary of the Air Force, has joined DynCorp of Reston, Va., as a special assistant to the company's president and chief operating officer. Peters will focus on the federal marketplace.

Daniel A. Reed, director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications and the National Computational Science Alliance, has been awarded the Gutgsell Professorship by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Reed, who came to the university in 1984 as an assistant professor in the computer science department, has worked with government, industry and academia to chart the future of computational science and engineering.


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