Roster change

Steve Zaidman is returning to the Federal Aviation Administration less than a month after retiring from government service for a job at Computer Sciences Corp.

FAA Administrator Jane Garvey announced May 22 that she has selected Zaidman to serve as director of Airways Facilities Service in the agency's Air Traffic Organization. He will replace Alan Moore, who retires June 2.

Zaidman was the FAA's associate administrator for research and acquisitions for nearly four years before he joined CSC in April as an account executive for transportation security.

For more, please see "Zaidman returns to FAA" [FCW.com, May 24, 2002]

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Debra Stouffer began work last week as the Environmental Protection Agency's first chief technology officer. She is based in the EPA's Office of Environmental Information (OEI).

Stouffer arrived at the agency after a short stint at the Office of Management and Budget, where she led the Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office. At EPA, Stouffer will be responsible for architecture projects, investment review improvements, project management implementation for information technology programs and new uses of technology, according to Kim Nelson, EPA chief information officer and OEI assistant administrator.

For more, please see "Stouffer starts as EPA's CTO" [FCW.com, May 22, 2002]

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The board of directors of Booz Allen Hamilton has elected Keith Hall as vice president of the firm, the company announced May 14.

Before joining Booz Allen, Hall devoted 32 years to public service in an intelligence career that culminated with his assignment as the director of the National Reconnaissance Office and assistant secretary of the Air Force.

As an officer in Booz Allen's national security practice, Hall will lead an initiative to integrate activities across the firm's intelligence community clients, according to the company.

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