Roster Change

The National Library of Medicine last week named Betsy Humphreys associate director for library operations. She will oversee all public and technical processing services, including online databases. Hum-phreys, a veteran of NLM since 1973, most recently served as deputy associate director of library operations.

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William Early last month was appointed chief financial officer of the General Services Administration. Early has been GSA's budget director since 1979. He also served as deputy CFO since February 1998.

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Debra Stouffer, deputy project manager for policy for the Agriculture Department's LAN/WAN/Voice project, has been named director of information technology reform at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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Robert Hebner, acting director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory, will be leaving the agency in August to serve as director of the Center for Electromechanics and as a member of the electrical engineering department at the University of Texas at Austin.

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N. Radhakrishnan, creator and director of the Information Technology Lab at the Army Corps of Engineers' Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg, Miss., has been promoted to chief information officer and director of the Computational Center at the Army Research Laboratory in Aberdeen, Md. He starts the new job this week.

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President Clinton last month appointed five people to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. The appointees are: James Evatt, president of information and communications systems at Boeing Information Services; John Mattingly, president of Comsat Satellite Services; Dennis Picard, chairman and CEO of Raytheon Co.; Michael Smith, chairman and CEO of Hughes Electronics Corp.; and Lawrence Weinbach, chairman and CEO of Unisys Corp.

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