AFCEA DC announces new officers

The Washington chapter of AFCEA announced today its newly elected officers, who will lead the 2007-2008 Board of Directors.

Each new officer will serve a one-year term. They are President Mike Kush of Capgemini Government Solutions, Vice President Warren Suss of Suss Consulting and Secretary Tina Jordan of Computer Sciences Corp.

As part of their responsibilities, the new officers will provide strategy and oversight to the chapter's monthly luncheon series, seasonal executive-level events, golf tournament and scholarship program. In addition, the officers will focus on content that provides the chapter's members with policy, regulatory, program, and budget information that directly shapes governmental decisions in the technology arena.

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