Roster Change

Two executives from US West Inc. last month accepted National Performance Review Hammer Awards for the company's work on the Denver edition of the federal government directory listings known as the blue pages. Judi Hand, vice president of marketing at the company's directory publishing operation, and Dave Miller, vice president of operator and information services, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

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Gretchen McClain, NASA's space station deputy associate administrator, announced she will return to the private sector by the end of May. Michael Hawes, NASA's chief engineer for the space station, will serve in an interim role until McCain's permanent replacement is found.

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Harvey Weiss, former vice president of Network Associates Inc., last month was named chief executive officer of Global Integrity Corp., a subsidiary of Science Applications International Corp.

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GRC International Inc. elected retired Gen. Leon Salomon, commander of the Army Materiel Command from 1994 to 1996, to its board of directors. Salomon recently retired from his job as corporate vice president for purchasing and logistics at Rubbermaid Inc.

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Ray Davis has been promoted to vice president of Unisys Corp.'s integrated services group within the company's federal systems organization. Davis previously served as Unisys' program manager for various contracts, including the Defense Enterprise Integration Services program.

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