Roster Change

Ron Hack, former director of the Office of Systems and Telecommunications Management at the Commerce Department, was appointed administrator of telecommunications and computer operations at the Patent and Trademark Office. Also, Hack's term as chairman of the Interagency Management Council, a group of federal telecommunications executives representing federal agencies, will expire next month. Robert Bubniak, associate deputy assistant secretary of telecommunications at the Department of Veterans Affairs, will replace him.

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House Science Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), named Rep. Constance Morella (R-Md.) as chairwoman of the Technology Subcommittee and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) as chairman of the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee.

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Tom Dunn has been named to the newly created position of technical director of the Defense Department's High-Performance Computing Modernization Program. Dunn was director of the program. Charles Holland, director of information technology under the director of Defense Research and Engineering, is acting director of the modernization program.

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Robert Molino was named vice president of Business Enterprise Solutions in American Management Systems' Industrial and Utilities Consulting and Systems Group. Molino was executive director for procurement at the Defense Logistics Agency, where he oversaw the agency's electronic commerce initiatives and procurement program.

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BittWare Research Systems this month named Jeffry Milrod, a former NASA project engineer, as its president and chief executive officer. Milrod previously served as president of Ixthos Inc.

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Rick Schuman, director of system applications at the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, has accepted a position with transportation consulting firm PBS&J Corp. Schuman will remain at his current job until the end of February.

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