Roster Change

John Gilligan, chief information officer at the Energy Department, earlier this month announced he would become principal deputy CIO at the Air Force. The Air Force is creating the new position — the principal deputy assistant secretary for business and information management and deputy chief CIO — in part because Air Force CIO Lawrence Delaney and his deputy wear too many hats to really focus on the CIO job.

For more, see "Energy CIO returning to Air Force" [, Sept. 7, 2000]


The Navy Integrated Call Center team has received an Adm. Stan Arthur award for its work creating a single point of entry on the World Wide Web for fleet requests for information or assistance. The award was announced last week.

The team members are Michael Fuscsick and Curt Mensch of the Naval Supply Systems Command headquarters; John Goodhart, Lynn Kohl, Lisa Barry, Diane Pier and Sheryl Wright of the Naval Sea Logistics Center; Kurt Kunkel, Supply Corps, Navy; Andy Christensen, Dianna Klein and Cathy Alexander of the Supply Corps, Navy; all of the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC) Norfolk; and William Rice of FISC San Diego.


Edward Johnson was recently appointed senior vice president and deputy chief operating officer of Decision Systems Technologies Inc. He was most recently vice president of DSTI's Information Systems Group. Johnson has nearly 25 years experience providing information technology solutions primarily to the federal government.


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