Roster

Teresa Sorrenti, director of acquisition operations and electronic commerce at the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service, has been nominated to be vice chairwoman for the United Nations/Economic Commission for Europe member states. The group is the forum for countries in North America; Western, Central and Eastern Europe; and Central Asia to facilitate trade and develop electronic data interchange tools.

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Martin Wagner, associate administrator of governmentwide policy at GSA, was nominated as head of delegation for the United States. Wagner would represent the United States in the United Nations' Center for the Facilitation of Procedures and Practices for Administration, Commerce and Transport plenary sessions. The group aims to improve the ability to exchange products and services on an international basis.

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Network Associates Inc. this month named Geoffrey Stilley vice president of its federal business group. Stilley previously served as the group's director of federal marketing and sales.

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Bradley Whitchurch, former government sales manager for ActionTec Electronics, this month was appointed government sales manager at the newly created government branch office of ATP Electronics Inc., a subsidiary of ActionTec.

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Intellisys Technology Corp. last week named Tom Bragg as chief technology officer. Bragg, who also teaches object-oriented design at a George Washington University graduate program, previously worked as an independent software development consultant.

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Electronic Data Systems Corp. last week announced that R. Gary Anthony, former head of operations on the company's Distributed Systems Operational Support contract for the U.S. Postal Service, was promoted to account executive responsible for all of EDS' USPS business worldwide. Anthony will develop strategies to ensure successful operational performance and customer satisfaction.

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