IAC elects new Shared Interest Group leaders

Each year in December, the Industry Advisory Council’s Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) hold their annual elections. The 2008 winners are: 


Acquisition Management SIG
Chairman Jeffrey Shen, Red Team Consulting.
Vice Chairwoman Esther Burgess, SI International.


Collaboration & Transformation SIG
Chairman Andrew McLauchlin, CGI Federal.
Vice Chairwoman Sherry Weir, Kearney and Co.


Emerging Technology SIG
Chairman Steve Charles, immixGroup.
Vice Chairman Tommy Osborne, Maden Technologies.


Enterprise Architecture SIG
Chairman John Dodd, Computer Science Corp.
Vice Chairman Mike Tiemann, EA Werks.


Homeland Protection SIG
Chairman Harold Youra, Alliance Solutions.
Vice Chairman Greg Mundell, Pragmatics.


Human Capital SIG
Chairwoman Gail Azaroff, Vertex Solutions.
Vice Chairwoman Kathy Woodward, STG International.


Information Security & Privacy SIG
Chairman Tom Evans, KMK Systems Technology.
Vice Chairman Peter McDonald, Vericept.


Networks & Telecommunications SIG
Chairman Jeff Mohan, AT&T Government Solutions.
Vice Chairman Brian Bonacci, Qwest.


Small Business SIG
Chairman Mike Fox, Crucial Security.
Vice Chairman Laura Gifford, Tricarta.

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