Rear Adm. Charles Munns has been selected as the single program manager
for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet and will be responsible for managing
and directing all aspects of the $6.9 billion initiative.
Munns, who will be based in Washington, D.C., is a 1973 graduate of
the U.S. Naval Academy and has a master's degree in computer science from
the University of Colorado. He has been serving as the commander of the
Submarine Group Eight and commander of Submarines, Allied Forces South in
Marine Corps Col. Robert Logan will serve as Munns' deputy. He has been
serving as the director of the systems engineering and integration division
at the Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, Va.
For more, see "Navy picks NMCI manager" [FCW.com, Feb. 6, 2002]
The Energy Department has named Karen Evans as its permanent chief information
officer, after more than a year of rotating temporary appointments.
Evans officially took over Jan. 28, replacing DOE's acting CIO, Linda
Before joining DOE, Evans was director of the Information Resources
Management Division in the Justice Department's Office of Justice Programs.
At Justice, she led the implementation of an online grants management system
to process grants from discretionary, formula and large block programs.
She also helped streamline the agency's ability to quickly process claims
to provide benefits for families of public safety officers after the Sept.
11 terrorist attacks.
For more, see "Energy finds permanent CIO" [FCW.com, Feb. 7, 2002]
The Office of Management and Budget has hired three of four leaders
for its e-government sectors:
* Jonathan Womer, government-to-citizen portfolio manager.
* Tony Frater, government-to-government portfolio manager.
* Tad Anderson, government-to-business portfolio manager.
Frater and Womer are members of the Information Policy and Technology
Branch of OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
The manager for of internal efficiencies and effectiveness has yet to
John Spotila was promoted to president and chief operating officer of
GTSI Corp., the company announced last week. In this capacity, Spotila will
have full responsibility for daily operation of the company.
Spotila previously was administrator of the Office of Management and
Budget's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. He left that position
at the end of the Clinton administration and served as an executive vice
president at GTSI.
Dendy Young said he will continue as chairman of the board and chief
executive officer of GTSI, devoting substantial time to strategy and to
meeting with employees, customers and partners.