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Pamela White has been named assistant director, Office of Automation and Technology at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts and is responsible for the judiciary's automation program. She replaces Roy Carter, who has taken a position with the secretary of the Navy.

White was previously chief, Integrated Technology Division, Office of Automation and Technology. Frank Kownacki is now acting chief of that division.

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Tom Bloom, formerly chief financial officer and assistant secretary for administration at the Commerce Department, was confirmed in December as inspector general for the Education Department. Ray Kammer, deputy director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will become the acting chief financial officer and acting assistant secretary for administration. He replaces Gloria Gutierrez, who had been acting in those posts since December. She will become the executive director for economic affairs within the Economic and Statistics Administration.

Ralph Borras, associate director, Minority Business Development Agency, will become deputy assistant secretary for administration at Commerce, a post formerly held by Gutierrez.

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Brad Mack has accepted a position with Sysorex Information Systems Inc. as account manager. Mack was briefly in charge of marketing for Tri-Star Computer Corp. Previously, Mack marketed PCs and workstations for ACTech and later for BTG Inc. when the companies merged. He left BTG in 1995.

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