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Lee Harvey, program director for the Army's eArmyU, has won the Association for Federal IRM's May 2002 Leadership Award for his management of the virtual university program.

The project, started in July 2000, gives Army personnel online access to higher education. It currently has 20,000 service members enrolled from more than 40 states and 20 countries.

Nuala O'Connor Kelly has been named chief counsel for technology for the Commerce Department's Technology Administration. Commerce Secretary Don Evans appointed her to the job this month.

O'Connor Kelly, most recently Commerce's deputy director for policy and strategic planning, will advocate U.S. technology in areas such as cybersecurity and digital signatures.

The Library of Congress' Sept. 11 Web Archive has been named Site of the Year by Yahoo Internet Life.

The archive, at September11.archive.org, preserves writings and photographs from people, groups and the media collected after the terrorist attacks. In all, the site is home to more than 5T of data.

Among the Library of Congress team on the project are Diane Kresh, the library's director of public service collections, and Winston Tabb, associate librarian for library services.

The archive is a collaborative project of the Library of Congress, the nonprofit group the Internet Archive, the academic group WebArchivist.org and the Pew Internet and American Life Project.

California Gov. Gray Davis has appointed John Clark Kelso as chief deputy and interim director of the state's IT Department. A former law professor at the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, Calif., Kelso has also chaired the California Earthquake Authority. Interim IT Department director Robert Dresser will return to his job as chief counsel.

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