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Maya Bernstein, a former Office of Management and Budget policy analyst, last week joined the IRS as its privacy advocate.

A lawyer with expertise in information policy and e-commerce, Bernstein most recently worked in the private sector as a consultant on information policy and administrative law. Earlier in her career, she spent nine years as a senior analyst for OMB, including serving as its lead analyst on privacy policy.

She replaces Peggy Irving, who left the IRS several months ago.

The Army has assigned Maj. Gen. Marilyn A. Quagliotti as vice director of the Defense Information Systems Agency and commander of the Joint Task Force for Computer Network Operations.
Quagliotti had been DISA's deputy director for operations in Arlington.

Before joining DISA, she was commanding general and deputy chief of staff for information management in the Army's 5th Signal Command in Europe and 7th Army in Germany.

Lt. Gen. Robert W. Noonan, who retired in June as Army deputy chief of staff for intelligence, has joined Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean, Va., as a principal.

Noonan had been deputy chief of staff for intelligence since 2000. He also had been director of intelligence for the Central Command and a former commander of the Army Intelligence and Security Command.

At Booz Allen he will work with national intelligence agencies.


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