Roster Change

Art Money, former Defense Department chief information officer, has been elected to Rainbow Technologies Inc.'s board of directors, effective Sept. 5. Rainbow Technologies is a provider of information security solutions.

Money is president of ALM Consulting, which specializes in command, control, communications, intelligence, signal processing and information operations. From 1999 to 2001, he was assistant secretary of Defense for command, control, communications and intelligence and DOD CIO.


Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Russell Anarde has been recruited to lead the space operations and systems support organization for CACI International Inc., according to a company announcement released Sept. 11.

Anarde is former director of plans and programs for the Air Force Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.

CACI officials say that Anarde's recruitment reflects the company's increased focus on providing information technology solutions to U.S. military space commands and related activities of the federal government and commercial space organizations.

Anarde will be based at CACI's Colorado Springs location and will help craft a business development program that focuses on CACI's solutions for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, tailored to the needs of the space market.


Edwin Patton has been named vice president and technical director for systems engineering at Dimensions International Inc., the IT company announced Sept. 10.

Patton will be responsible for developing and managing systems engineering programs for defense, federal and commercial customers, with an emphasis on requirements analysis, telecommunications, IT, network management and security.

Patton previously held senior leadership positions at Teledyne Brown Engineering, TRW Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. He also has an extensive engineering and management background in telecom, IT and software development. As one of the first engineers hired by MCI WorldCom, he was instrumental in the design and engineering of the company's nationwide backbone network.


Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta last week announced the selection of five federal security directors who will assume responsibility for 13 airports:

* Thomas Anthony, Palm Springs International Airport, Calif.

* Debora Jean Brooke, Savannah International Airport, Ga. She will also be responsible for Hilton Head Airport, S.C.

* Nicholas Bruich, Yeager Airport, Charleston, W.Va. He will also be responsible for Tri-State Airport in Huntington, Benedum Airport in Bridgeport, Wood County Airport in Parkersburg and Morgantown Municipal Airport, all in West Virginia.

* John Peoples, Saipan International Airport.

* David Bassett, Greater Rochester International Airport, N.Y. He will also be responsible for Elmira-Corning Regional Airport in Horseheads, Binghamton Regional Airport in Johnson City and Tompkins County Airport in Ithaca.


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