Roster Change

Maj. Gen. Steven Boutelle has been nominated to serve as the Army's chief information officer, replacing Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello, who is retiring.

For more, see "Boutelle to succeed Cuviello as Army CIO."


Frank McDonough, deputy associate administrator for the Office of Intergovernmental Solutions at the General Services Administration, is leaving for a position in the private sector.

For more, see "McDonough leaving GSA."


Nuala O'Connor Kelly has been named privacy officer for the Homeland Security Department. She has been serving in the Commerce Department's Technology Administration as privacy officer, chief counsel for technology, and the deputy director for policy and planning.

For more, see "Homeland privacy officer selected."


Tali Stepp, former director of human resources at the Labor Department, has joined the Partnership for Public Service as a senior consultant for federal human resources programs and policies.

Stepp will work on a variety of federal human resources initiatives, from individual federal agency workforce improvement to helping design the partnership's plan for governmentwide human capital reforms. Partnership for Public Service ( is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to recruiting and retaining excellence in the civil service.


Tom Jarrett, the chief information officer for Delaware, has been elected to serve as vice president for the National Association of State Chief Information Officers during the 2002-2003 program year.

Jarrett replaces Harry Lanphear, who recently vacated the post upon his departure from Maine's CIO position.


Zelda Chapman Bailey, a career government employee who has held increasingly responsible positions with the U.S. Geological Survey and the National Park Service, has been appointed director of the Boulder Laboratories of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

As director of the Boulder Labs, Bailey will oversee the facilities and technical infrastructure for its 400 scientists, engineers, technicians and support staff. She will begin her new duties May 5.


John Lauder has been appointed as senior vice president and general manager of NCI Information Systems Inc.'s newly created Homeland Security and Civilian Services Group, NCI announced April 14. He will lead all of NCI's existing civilian agency programs, except those for NASA and the Energy Department.

Prior to joining NCI, Lauder spent more than four years at ACS Government Services Inc., where he was responsible for all corporate governmentwide acquisition contracts and other task order programs. Before ACS, Lauder worked with various government contractors such as Northrop Grumman Corp., Computer Sciences Corp. and Allied Signal Technical Services Corp.

Lauder's military experience includes five years as a nuclear-trained submarine officer and more than 15 years as a Naval reservist.


Dan Corcoran has been promoted to vice president in charge of product development at Savantage Solutions Inc., the company announced April 17.

Corcoran has been with Savantage since 1998 and has played a key role implementing the company's Joint Financial Management Improvement Program-certified solutions.

Savantage is a provider of accounting, financial system and information technology solutions to government and commercial markets. Its federal customers include the Thrift Savings Plan, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Federal Maritime Commission and the Census Bureau.


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