Roster Change

The Industry Advisory Council this month honored three guests at its first annual charity event for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. The honorees were Norm Augustine, chairman emeritus of Lockheed Martin Corp.; David Barram, administrator of the General Services Administration; and Anthony Williams, mayor of the District of Columbia. The three were recognized for their contributions to the advancement of the information technology industry.

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Robert Shea has been hired as counsel to the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee and will lead the committee's management issues team. Shea's previous position was legislative director for Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas).

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Phillip Kiviat, former vice president of business development at Sterling Software Inc., this month began working as a consultant with Robert J. Guerra & Associates. Kiviat will help the company's clients assess the strategic needs of federal agencies and develop IT solutions.

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OAO Corp. this month appointed Gerald Charles Jr. as vice president of its newly created E-Commerce and Web-Enabling Service Division. Charles previously worked as vice president of systems integration engineering at TRW Inc.

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Nicholas Multari, a former information security specialist at the Air Force, has joined Sun Tzu Security Ltd. as chief information security scientist. The Milwaukee-based company this month opened a Washington, D.C., office that will focus on private- and public-sector work on the East Coast.

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Unisource Network Services Inc. named Christopher Nolan as regional vice president of consulting in its Washington, D.C., office. Nolan previously worked as director of network services at DynCorp Information and Engineering Technology.

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