People on the move

Mark Day, the Environmental Protection Agency's chief technology officer since 1999, is leaving that job to take the same position at systems integrator McDonald Bradley Inc. of Herndon, Va.

At EPA, Day oversaw the agency's $180 million Fee for Services IT program. He created and managed the overall IT infrastructure and cybersecurity program for the agency, and oversaw development of all IT policy, business and operational plans.

He also helped implement the agency's response to the Federal Information Security Management Act, which consistently won an A grade.

Before joining EPA, Day served for several years as CIO at the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Quality.

Col. Scott Lambert has been named project manager of the Army's Logistics Modernization Project. He replaces Col. David W. Coker, who headed up LMP for six months and now is assigned as the project manager for Army logistics information systems.

Lambert previously served as military assistant to the undersecretary of the Army.

LMP is a component of the Single Army Logistics Enterprise. Ultimately, LMP will manage $4.5 billion in inventory with 50,000 vendors, and handle 1.6 million transactions each day. The project replaces two of the Army's legacy logistics systems'the Commodity Command Standard System and the Standard Depot System.

The Transportation Department has named Charles Leader, an aviation industry veteran, as the new director of the multi-agency task force overseeing Next Generation Air Transportation System development.

Leader, who served 17 years in the Marines, replaces acting Joint Planning and Development Office director Robert Pearce, who will become deputy director.

JPDO consists of seven agencies'the departments of Transportation, Commerce, Defense, Homeland Security, the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

The Government Printing Office has named Greg Brower, the agency's inspector general, its new general counsel.

Brower will replace GPO's longest-serving general counsel, Anthony Zagami, and start in his new role Oct. 1.

Deputy inspector general Tony Ogden will be promoted to acting IG when Brower's promotion is effective.


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