Roster Change

William Korink will serve as senior vice president of the Scientific & Engineering Solutions (SES) government intelligence business sector, the company announced Sept. 26.

Korink was a director of the former Compaq Computer Corp.'s intelligence business and has more than 25 years of experience at the National Security Agency. He held positions at NSA ranging from managing the strategic planning of the agency's Information Systems Security Organization to serving as chief of enterprise computing.

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Karen Walton has joined NCI Information Systems Inc. as senior vice president of business development for the federal civilian agencies, the company announced Sept. 25.

She will be responsible for leading marketing and business development efforts with all of the federal civilian agencies and establishing and maintaining key strategic partnerships.

Previously, Walton spent seven years at Oracle Corp., where she managed Oracle Technical Consulting Services, increasing that business area more than 200 percent. Before Oracle, she spent 13 years at IBM Corp. where, as a software engineer and senior marketing representative, she successfully led business development activities primarily in Navy submarine systems and civilian agency integration projects.

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Tony Patti has been named to lead a newly formed aerospace/defense council at Computer Sciences Corp., the company announced Sept. 30.

Patti will be responsible for combining CSC resources to offer fully integrated services to the company's aerospace and defense clients. He also will continue in his role as a senior business development executive for CSC's Technology Management Group, which has its headquarters in Falls Church, Va.

The council will consist of representatives from all of the company's business units that serve aerospace and defense clients, including CSC's Federal Sector, its Technology Management Group and its Consulting Group as well as CSC's operations in Europe, Australia and Asia.

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