Roster Change

President Clinton nominated Kelly Carnes as assistant secretary for technology policy at the Commerce Department. Carnes is the deputy assistant secretary for technology policy in Commerce's Technology Administration.

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Kerry Miller has been named administrative law judge at the Government Printing Office. Miller will head GPO's Board of Contract Appeals, which considers and determines the outcome of appeals recommended by contracting officers. Miller had been the agency's associate general counsel since 1987.

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Keith Mace, a former information technology representative with the General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Services for Technology (FAST) program, last month joined Alliance Technologies Inc. as president of central operations. The company was founded late last year by Carlos Villar, another former GSA FAST official, to help small and medium-size companies do business with the federal government.

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Van Aggelakos last month was named president of NCR Corp.'s Government Systems Group. A 32-year veteran of NCR, Aggelakos most recently served as vice president of the company's Global Postal Business Unit.

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Tom Bragg, formerly an independent consultant on software development, last month joined Intellisys Technology Corp. as chief technology officer.

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Mike Berman this month was named senior vice president of sales at Government Technology Services Inc. Before joining GTSI, he was vice president of business development and marketing for NCR Corp.

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