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.
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Terry Weaver, recently elected as AFFIRM's co-vice president for programs, meets with fellow General Services Administration official Emory Miller.
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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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