Roster

Franklin Raines announced last week he will resign May 20 as director of the Office of Management and Budget to become chairman designate of Fannie Mae. President Clinton said he intends to nominate OMB Deputy Director Jack Lew to replace Raines.

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Kerri-Ann Jones has been named acting director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy after the departure of John H. Gibbons. Jones is the associate director for National Security and International Affairs and serves on the National Security Council staff as senior director of science and technology affairs.

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President Clinton recently announced his intention to nominate Rosina M. Bierbaum to serve as associate director for environment in the Office of Science and Technology Policy. Bierbaum, who has been serving as acting associate director for environment, has worked on the administration's environmental science and technology agenda.

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David Keyes, formerly acting director for the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection's transition office, this month joined KPMG Peat Marwick LLP. Keyes, who was appointed senior manager, will work with the public services consulting group on information systems security policy and infrastructure-related consulting for federal and state governments.

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Greg Boehmer has been promoted to vice president of sales for the miltary systems unit at EDS Corp. He will be responsible for worldwide sales and support for the Defense Department.

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Kevin M. Hickey has been promoted to president and chief operating officer of Viasoft Inc. He was formerly an executive vice president. All of Viasoft's operating units will report directly to Hickey.

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