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Steve Zaidman, who retired in April from the Federal Aviation Administration, is back with the agency in a new role, as director of airways facilities service in the agency's Air Traffic Organization. He replaces Alan Moore, who retired yesterday.

Zaidman retired as FAA's associate administrator for research and acquisitions and had begun a job in transportation security with Computer Sciences Corp.

In his new job, Zaidman will oversee technicians and engineers responsible for maintenance and upkeep of hardware in the National Airspace System.

Charlie E. Keegan, head of the Office of Free Flight, took over Zaidman's acquisition post.

Bob Haycock is now leading the effort to develop an architecture plan for the Office of Management and Budget's 24 e-government initiatives.

Haycock, an information resources manager in the Denver office of the Interior Department's Bureau of Reclamation, is on a 90-day detail to OMB. He takes over for Debra Stouffer, who last month completed her 90-day assignment.

Stouffer, who was deputy CIO of the Housing and Urban Development Department when her OMB detail started, also moved to the Environmental Protection Agency as its first chief technology officer. William Taylor, acting deputy CIO at HUD during Stouffer's absence, will continue in that role until HUD names a replacement.

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