Roster Change

Stephen Cambone, of Virginia, was nominated Feb. 4 to the new position of undersecretary of Defense for intelligence.

Also on Feb. 4, the Senate confirmed the nominations of Paul McHale as an assistant secretary of Defense, and Christopher Ryan Henry as deputy undersecretary of Defense for policy.


Curt Mattingly has been promoted to vice president of CherryRoad Technologies Inc.'s federal practice, the company announced Feb. 6.

Mattingly is responsible for the delivery and growth of CherryRoad's business with the federal government. The company's federal offerings include enterprise resource planning software implementation services, Web services and solutions, disaster recovery services, knowledge management solutions, and network services software integration and program management support.

Mattingly previously served as director of federal e-business at Acuent Inc., which officially was renamed CherryRoad Technologies in January 2003. Before that, he was program manager for the U.S. Army Strategic & Advanced Computing Center's support and data warehousing operations. Prior to that, he was a lieutenant colonel in the Army


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