A fond farewell for Stouffer

Stouffer gets a hug from Scott Hastings, CIO of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

The Association for Federal Information Resources Managers said so long to Debra Stouffer last month with a reception in Washington.

Stouffer, who was AFFIRM president and chief technology officer of the Environmental Protection Agency, left government to take a job as vice president for consulting services for Digital Net Inc. of Bethesda, Md. Laura Callahan, deputy CIO of the Labor Department, has succeeded Stouffer as AFFIRM president.
Terry Weaver, recently elected as AFFIRM's co-vice president for programs, meets with fellow General Services Administration official Emory Miller.
Housing and Urban Development Department CIO Gloria Parker, right, gets together with Mitzi Mead, director of federal business development for Mercury Interactive Corp. of Sunnyvale, Calif.


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