Roster Change

Former treasury chief information officer Jim Flyzik will retire Dec. 17 after 28 years in government service. His retirement will come at the end of his second detail to the Office of Homeland Security, where he has served as a primary adviser to Steve Cooper, senior director for information integration and CIO of the Office of Homeland Security.

There are no definitive plans to name a replacement for Flyzik. However, the office may tap information technology executives to work on particular issues, such as Don Hagerling, chief technology officer at Treasury, to work on the homeland security enterprise architecture.

For more, see "Flyzik to retire from government"

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The Science Advisory Board of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has named four new members:

* David Blaskovich, sales and marketing executive for IBM Corp., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

* Richard Rosen, vice president and chief scientist at Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc., Lexington, Mass.

* John Snow, dean of the College of Geosciences at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla.

* Robert Gagosian, director and president of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Mass.

The 15-member advisory board advises agency leaders on strategies for research, education and the application of science to resource management and environmental assessment and prediction.

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The National Association of State Chief Information Officers has selected the winners of its 2002 Recognition Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology.

The awards are given annually to state IT programs and systems that have created cost-effective, innovative solutions in the operation of government.

Full details can be found at the NASCIO Web site at www.nascio.org/awards.

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