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The Transportation Department has named Daniel Matthews its new CIO, filling a post that has been handled on an interim basis for more than two years.

Matthews succeeds George Molaski, who left in January 2001. Eugene 'Kim' Taylor had been acting CIO.

Matthews most recently was a senior vice president for Savantage Financial Services of Rockville, Md. Before that, he spent 22 years at Lockheed Martin Corp.

Drew Ladner is the Treasury Department's new CIO. He succeeds James Flyzik, who left in the spring of 2001 to work on the staff of the White House homeland security transition team and then retired from government in December. Michael Parker was acting as Treasury's CIO.

Retired Army Maj. Gen. Warren C. Edwards has joined CACI International Inc. of Arlington, Va., as director of its Army Forces Command organization at Fort McPherson in Atlanta. Before joining CACI, Edwards was deputy commanding general of the 3rd Army.

Retired Coast Guard Rear Adm. Ronald Polant has joined Optimus Corp. of Fort Collins, Colo., as director of the company's homeland security division.

Ray LeSage, a 28-year government employee, retired this month as special assistant to the chief technology officer of the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Andy Keyser, former CIO of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, has joined Tata Consultancy Services, an Indian company with U.S. headquarters in New York, as director of government business development.


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