ROSTER

Claude Garmon this month accepted the job of director of the national Federal Acquisition Services for Technology Program Office at the General Services Administration. The program procures information technology products and services for agencies through various contracts awarded by GSA and other agencies. Garmon previously served as deputy assistant commissioner in GSA's Office of Information Security.

American Management Systems last week announced that Navy Capt. Nancy Honey joined the company for one year as part of the Secretary of Defense Fellows Program. Honey is working with AMS' federal Defense group and also will work with a project team in the company's finance industry group. The fellows program assigns individuals from the armed forces to garner experience through work within industry.

The President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection added its first members from the private-sector community since its creation by executive order in July. Pending presidential approval the new members include: Mary Culnan an associate professor at Georgetown University's School of Business William Harris a transportation consultant William Paul Rodgers executive director and general counsel for the National Association of Regulatory Commissioners before joining the commission and Nancy Wong former manager of the Information Assets and Risk Management Office with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. These new members join 10 commissioners who represent the federal government.

The Transportation Department appointed Donald Lee Wiseman deputy assistant inspector general for investigations. He will be responsible for managing day-to-day operations of the Office of Investigations.

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