Roster

Scott Charney, chief of the Justice Department's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, this month joined PricewaterhouseCoopers's Financial Advisory Services practice. Charney will focus on intellectual property protection, cybercrime investigations, computer crime prevention and other high-technology issues.

***Mary Glackin was named deputy assistant administrator for satellite and information services at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service. Glackin previously was modernization systems manager at the National Weather Service.

***The Senate confirmed Todd Dickinson as assistant secretary of Commerce and commissioner for patents and trademarks. The Senate also confirmed Anne Chasser as assistant commissioner for trademarks.

***President Clinton announced his intent to nominate Monte Belger as deputy administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. Belger has served as the acting deputy administrator of the FAA since 1998. He also has served as the associate administrator for air traffic services since 1995.

***Philip Odeen recently was named executive vice president of TRW Inc.'s Washington operations. Odeen will head up the company's Washington office, and lead its government relations, strategic communications and international business development efforts. He previously was executive vice president and general manager of TRW's systems and information technology division.

***Thomas Sanders recently was named president of Federal Sources Inc. Sanders previously was senior vice president of business development at Dyncorp's information and engineering technology division.

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