Comings and Goings
Comings and Goings
Every Monday on GovExec.com, Comings and Goings announces the arrivals and departures of top federal managers and executives. To submit an announcement, e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 202-739-8511.
C O M I N G S
Richard Maison has been named the Defense Logistics Information Service's deputy for information service. As deputy, Maison will work with DLIS Commander Marine Col. Robert L. Songer, assisting him with the oversight of DLIS' logistical operations, which includes maintaining the world's largest automated logistics information system.
Larry Fairchild is the new director of the CIA's Office of Advanced Analytical Tools. The office provides intelligence analysts with computer technology to sort out information critical to national security. Fairchild has been with the CIA since 1974.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has hired three new staffers. Virginia Canter, former White House associate counsel, will provide legal support for the endowment. Roberta Heine is the new director of the Office of Public Affairs and Nancy Sturm will head the Office of Enterprise.
G O I N G S
Robert C. Bogusky, a manager with the IRS' information systems department, is retiring after 34 years.
William Y.T. Takasaki has retired from his position as deputy of the Defense Logistics Information Service after more than four decades of federal service.
The National Science Foundation's Shirley Day is retiring next month after 33 years in government service. She has been a legislative specialist and has also worked on Capitol Hill.
K U D O S
Defense department employee Frederick Tidwell received a letter of recognition from the Defense Department's inspector general's office for his efforts in uncovering procurement violations involving a former federal employee and a vendor doing business with the government. At the time of the investigation, Tidwell was chief of the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia's food buying office in Chicago. He is now chief of DSCP's Produce Buying Office in Nashville.
Rear Admiral Paul G. Gaffney, chief of naval research and director of Navy Test and Evaluation, has been elected a fellow of the American Meteorological Society.
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