Comings and goings

John Spotila, who led the Office of Management and Budget's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs during the Clinton administration, left his post as president and chief operating officer at GTSI Corp. No replacement has been announced.

Once the acting chief technology officer at the Homeland Security Department, Lee Holcomb now has the job on a permanent basis.

In July, Ron Miller is leaving his job as program executive officer for e-government at the Small Business Administration to join SRA International Inc. as a principal.

Gary Hartwig is shifting from acting CIO at the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement to deputy special agent in charge of the bureau's Chicago office.

Mary Lacey becomes the first program executive officer for the National Security Personnel System at the Defense Department.

Michelle O'Neill has been appointed deputy undersecretary for technology and Daniel Caprio Jr. is deputy assistant secretary for technology policy at the Commerce Department.

Tom Oscherwitz was appointed director of government relations and privacy for ID Analytics Inc., a San Diego-based company dealing in identity-risk management. He previously served as counsel to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), on the Senate

Judiciary Committee's Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security Subcommittee.

Steven Samowich has joined Convera Corp. as chief operating officer.

Phil Butler is retiring as a partner with Acquisition Solutions Inc. to return to his consulting practice, Phil Butler and Associates Ltd.

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