Roster

Ronald McPherson, director of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will retire from the government in July. No replacement has been named.

Todd Stottlemyer has been named senior vice president and director of corporate development at BTG Inc. Stottlemyer previously was corporate vice president for BDM International Inc.

Star Technologies Inc. has appointed Curtis D. Abel president of its subsidiary PowerScan Inc., an image-capturing and processing software company in Potomac, Md. Abel joins PowerScan from Mitek Systems Inc., where he was vice president of sales and marketing.

Steve Mango has been appointed product development manager for the Aerial Systems Division of Eastman Kodak Co.'s Commercial and Government Systems unit.

Katherine Hollis, former deputy director of the Electronic Processes Initiatives Committee's Buying and Paying Task Force within the President's Management Council, is now working in the Defense Department's Year 2000 project management office. Hollis has no official title yet, but she is expected to serve as deputy director supporting William Curtis, DOD's Year 2000 czar.

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