ROSTER

The Defense Information Systems Agency restructured its top management with Diann McCoy taking over as deputy director responsible for command control communications and intelligence programs (C4I) from William Curtis who will become deputy director for procurement and logistics. McCoy previously served as deputy commander of the Center for Computer Systems Engineering.

The agency switched John Osterholtz from his job as deputy director of C4I modeling simulation and assessment (D8) to deputy director of the C4I integration support activity. Bruce Brown commander of the Joint Interoperability Test Command will be dual-hatted as the D8.

Joanne Arnette McCoy's deputy at the Systems Engineering Center was tapped as acting deputy commander for that organization.Air Force Lt. Gen. George Babbitt will take over as director of the Defense Logistics Agency succeeding Vice Adm. Edward Straw. Babbitt previously served as Air Force deputy chief of staff for logistics. Air Force Maj. Gen. William Hallin currently serving as deputy director of material management for DLA has been nominated for his third star and will take over the Air Force logistics slot from Babbitt.

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