Roster Change

Arnold Bresnick, associate chief information officer at the Agriculture Department, will retire from government June 3. Bresnick also is chairman of the Information Technology Resources Board.

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Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) last month received the Electronic Industries Alliance's first Congressional Technology Policy Award. The new award will be presented annually to a member of Congress who distinguishes himself or herself through policy initiatives that enhance the competitiveness of U.S. high-tech industries. The alliance cited Davis' creation of the Information Technology Working Group and his co-sponsorship of the Year 2000 Readiness and Responsibility Act.

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Joan Buntzen, Navy librarian, last month received the 1998 Librarian of the Year Award from the Federal Library and Information Center Committee. Among other achievements, Buntzen was cited by the committee for her advocacy of the Navy's "virtual library" concept.

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President Clinton has announced his intention to nominate Johnnie Frazier for inspector general of the Commerce Department. Frazier has been serving as acting inspector general since January 1998. Before that, he was assistant IG for inspections and program evaluations at Commerce.

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Dick Bodson was named director of the information systems division at RS Information Systems Inc. His responsibilities include managing all of RSIS' Defense Department and NASA contracts. Before joining RSIS, Bodson served as a vice president for DynCorp Information & Enterprise Technology.

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Government Telecommunications Inc., Chantilly, Va., has appointed Judith McCune as director of administration and customer support. McCune previously worked at Adtechs Corp. as corporate controller and director of administration.

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