Roster Change

Daisy Bhagowalia became the new dot-gov domain manager at the General Services

Administration's Federal Technology Service this month. She most recently

worked for the Army as a civilian engineer in the Army Digitization Office.

She replaces Gary Borgoyne.

Barry Morrow, general manager of the Education Department's Student Financial

Assistance (SFA) Financial Partners channel, has resigned. He will leave

the agency on May 26. Morrow, who joined SFA in September, will take a position

as the president and chief operating officer of Collegiate Funding Services,

a financial services and technology company. Morrow is leaving eight months

after becoming the first general manager of the new office, which works

with financial partners that provide capital and support to student borrowers.

"This is just an opportunity I can't say "no' to," Morrow said in a

statement. "It's the logical next step in my career."

Glenn Fine has been nominated for inspector general at the Justice Department,

replacing Michael Bromwich, who resigned. The Senate received Fine's nomination

on May 15.

Todd Foote was recently promoted to director of major accounts and government

sales for Minolta Corp.'s Office Systems Sales and Marketing Division, Business

Products Group. The group markets and distributes Minolta's full line of

digital and analog office equipment. Most recently, Foote was national major

account program and sales marketing manager for the company.

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