IAC re-elects Woods

Officials from more than 250 companies voted recently in the Industry Advisory Council's executive committee elections to re-elect Bob Woods of Topside Consulting Group LLC as the council's chairman.

Others winners of the IAC election:

Ellen Glover of Impact Innovations Group LLC — executive vice chairwoman.

Paul Cohen of Pragmatics — vice chairman for management and finance.

Laura Floyd of EDS — vice chairman for communications.

Joe Draham of GTSI — vice chairman for programs.

Leslie Barry of Computer Associates International Inc. — vice chairwoman for professional development.

Bruce McConnell of McConnell International LLC — vice chairman for outreach.

Bill Piatt of Unisys Corp. — vice chairman for shared interest groups.

Vice chairs at large: Dan Chenok of SRA International Inc.; Deirdre Murray of Sprint; and Karen Smith of SmithPryor Solutions.

IAC is an organization of information technology professionals that brings government and private-sector professionals together. Its mandate includes advising the American Council of Technology and providing a forum for study of public sector management issues.

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