Roster Change

Dimensions International Inc., an information technology, engineering and logistics management company headquartered in Alexandria, Va., has named retired Army Gen. Johnnie Wilson, former head of the Army Materiel Command, as president. Company founder Robert Wright will continue as chairman and chief executive officer.

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Michael Noll, co-director of the General Services Administration's government smart card initiatives and implementation team, retired from government July 2.

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Lou Cambardella was named deputy chief of the Information Processing Division in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution. Cambardella replaced Carl Staton, who recently became the director of the National Weather Service's Central Operations. Cambardella most recently served as project manager with IBM Global Services Inc.

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President Clinton last month announced his intention to appoint Anita Borg to the Commission on the Advancement of Women and Minorities in Science, Engineering and Technology. The commission identifies opportunities for the advancement of women, minorities and those with disabilities in the fields of science, engineering and technology in academia, industry and government. Borg has been a member of the research staff at Xerox Corp.'s Palo Alto Research Center as well as the president of the Institute for Women and Technology since 1997.

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Maryann Lawler last month was appointed senior vice president/general manager of Xerox's Public Sector Operations. Lawler most recently served as senior vice president of Xerox's Eastern Customer Operations.

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Gail Phipps has joined CACI International Inc. as executive vice president of the company's Automated Document Management Systems Division. Her duties will include overseeing CACI's document management contract with the Justice Department. She comes to CACI from TRW Inc., where she was deputy director for the National Security and Information Technology Group.

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Keane Federal Systems Inc. last month appointed Nancy Lee Hutchin to the position of business development practice manager for application outsourcing. Hutchin previously worked as a staff consultant at Intergraph Corp.

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