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Miriam F. Browning

Cheryl Higgins, a former executive of Lucent Technologies Inc. of Murray Hill, N.J., is leading the FBI's effort to upgrade its antiquated systems as manager of the Trilogy program.

FBI director Robert S. Mueller III has approved a program management initiative that Higgins will implement across the agency. The program will include training for FBI employees involved in systems development.

The new systems eventually will support the agency's Virtual Case File System, which is intended to convert investigative records to a user-friendly electronic format.

Miriam F. Browning, director of enterprise integration for the Army, will retire in August. Also retiring in August will be the Army's chief technology officer, Col. Robert L. Coxe.

Both were instrumental in developing the Army Knowledge Online portal, which has grown steadily in the last couple of years. In April, the portal hosted 875,000 users and officials expected to reach 1.2 million users this month.

Browning became director of enterprise integration last August after serving as the Army's director of information management. She received a Presidential Rank Award last year. Coxe has been CTO since July 2000.

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