The Mark Durocher file

Title: Director of Information Systems for the National Cemetery Administration.

Age: 55

Background: He is a Vietnam War veteran and a graduate of the University

of Maryland. He has worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs since

1984, when it was in its infancy and before computers were part of the

system.

Responsibilities: He operates the information technology system for

119 federal cemeteries, including a database that keeps track of all information

relating to interment.

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