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DOD personnel moves at DISA, DLA and in cyber policy

At the Defense Information Systems Agency, Tony Montemarano has been named been director of strategic planning and information. He previously served as DISA’s component acquisition executive. Montemarano succeeds Paige Atkins, who has left DISA to become vice president for cyber and information technology research at Virginia Tech's Applied Research Corporation in Arlington, Va., according to Federal News Radio, which reports that Montemarano’s old job will be filled by Rebecca Harris, DISA vice component acquisition executive, until a replacement is named, per an an agency spokesperson.

A new Pentagon cyber policy chief has been named, replacing Bob Butler, who retired from DOD in August. Eric Rosenbach will succeed Butler as the senior executive service as deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Global Strategic Affairs. Rosenbach previously served as principal global cyber security practice lead at Good Harbor Consulting in Washington, D.C.

At the Fort Belvoir, Va.-based Defense Logistics Agency, Edward Case has been assigned as director of Defense Logistics Agency Information Operations. Case previously served as deputy director and information operations/chief technical officer at DLA.

Mae Devincentis has been assigned as DLA vice director. Devincentis previously served as DLA director of information operations.

Robert Foster has been assigned as deputy director of DLA Information Operations. Foster previously served as DLA program executive officer.

Clyde Hobby has been assigned as deputy director of DLA Logistics Operations. Hobby previously served as DLA executive director of strategic programs.

Posted by Amber Corrin on Oct 04, 2011 at 12:11 PM


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