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Anita Jones, the Defense Department's director of research and engineering, said she will resign soon from her position but would not specify when or reveal where she plans to go. Jones has been at the Pentagon since 1993.

Ronald Williams last month accepted an appointment as head of the General Services Administration's Federal Telecommunications Service operations in the agency's six-state Great Lakes Region, headquartered in Chicago. Williams previously worked as the region's director of FTS technical services.

Anne Harlan was named director of the Federal Aviation Administration's William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City, N.J. Harlan will manage the aviation research and development facility and also be responsible for management of Atlantic City International Airport, which is owned and operated by the FAA. She previously was deputy director at the center and replaces Guy Gardner, who became associate administrator for regulation and certification at FAA headquarters.

Kenneth Johnson last month was named president and chief executive officer of Cordant Inc. Johnson previously led Cordant's Federal Systems Group and serves as chairman of the Industry Advisory Council.

Kenneth Casazza, a 15-year veteran of Cordant, was appointed vice president of corporate development at Tracor Information Systems Co., a new unit of Cordant's parent company, Tracor Inc.

Federal Sources Inc. has appointed Bobbi Browning vice president of its FSI Products Division. Browning formerly served as director of federal operations at Ungermann-Bass Networks Inc.

The company also named Mary Gostel manager of its Fedmark Winaward decision-support software service. She came to Federal Sources from CACI International, where she worked as manager of marketing support.

Hughes Aircraft Co. named Lewis "Tony" Palumbo vice president of domestic market development. Palumbo, a former Army officer and a Hughes employee since 1991, will direct the company's business development and customer satisfaction activities with the Defense Department and other federal agencies.

Mark Williams, former vice president of information technology at Delfin Systems, was named vice president of Infodata Systems Inc.'s Intelligence Systems Division. He will oversee the company's expanded strategy to deliver document management systems to the intelligence community.

Computer Data Systems Inc. hired Wayne Matthews, former business director of Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Integrated Business Solutions Co., as its vice president.

Kimberly Baker was named vice president of NCR Government Systems Corp.'s professional services operations. Her previous assignment at the company was area vice president of sales for NCR Federal Civilian Agencies.

John Balena, a former national senior account executive for BMC Software Inc., last month took charge of the company's federal operations.

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