Comings and goings

Melissa Wojciak, who helped write the E-Government Act of 2002, was named the new staff director for the House Government Reform Committee. "Melissa brings tremendous experience and ability to her new post, and I have no doubt she'll do an outstanding job steering the ship," said Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.), committee chairman. Wojciak replaces Peter Sirh who became a partner with Patton Boggs LLC, a Washington, D.C., lobbying shop.

In another change, David Marin becomes the committee's new deputy staff director. Marin will also continue his duties as communications director.

General Dynamics Network Systems named Roger Baker, former chief information officer at the Commerce Department and executive vice president of CACI International Inc.'s Network and Telecommunications Business Group, as vice president of its federal civilian sector.

Emory Miller, who retired from the General Services Administration last month, will join consulting firm Robbins-Gioia LLC March 1 as senior vice president of government affairs.

The FBI has named a new acting CIO and a new acting chief technology officer. Zalmai Azmi will replace Wilson Lowery, the FBI's executive assistant director for administration who has served as acting CIO since May 2003. Stephen Schmidt will become the bureau's acting chief technology officer, responsible for guiding information technology research and development.

Edward Bersoff has joined ICF Consulting Group Inc.'s board of directors. Bersoff, founder of BTG Inc., is chairman and founder of Greenwich Associates, a business advisory firm.


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