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Marie Monsees has been named program director of the National Institutes of Health's Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center. She is in charge of NIH's Electronic Computer Store II, Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners, and ImageWorld contracts.

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Thomas Dunn is the new director of the Defense Department's High-Performance Computing Modernization Program. He has worked in the program office since 1996 as a financial project manager and major shared resource center project manager.

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The Information Technology Association of America last week handed out four of its annual Procurement Innovation Awards. The recipients were Bill Gormley, assistant commissioner of acquisition at the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service; John Hamre, deputy secretary of Defense; Deidre Lee, administrator for the Office of Federal Procurement Policy at the Office of Management and Budget; and Rep. Constance Morella (R-Md.).

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The Office of Science and Technology has appointed Marty Wagner, associate administrator of GSA's Office of Governmentwide Policy, as co-chairman of the Federal Information Services Applications Council. The group operates under the National Science and Technology Council on research and development initiatives to improve information services applications.

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Brian Polly, assistant commissioner of the Office of Property Disposal at GSA's Public Buildings Service, last month received a Leadership Award from the Association of Federal Information Resources Management for using information technology to more efficiently dispose of excess federal property.

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Timothy V. Long, former director of strategic advocacy for MCI Communications Corp.'s Law and Public Policy Group, has been named director of market development for MCI Government Markets.

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Bill Shea, former vice president of global accounts for Gateway 2000 Inc., has joined PC Service Source as a senior vice president.

At Gateway, Shea was responsible for the PC manufacturer's relationships with corporate, government and education customers.

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David Steward, chairman and chief executive officer of Worldwide Technologies Inc., St. Louis, has been named the 1998 Small Business Person of the Year for the state of Missouri by the Small Business Administration. Steward founded the company, which holds several federal contracts, in 1990. He also received the award last year.

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