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This week, Harris Corporation named Ted Hengst corporate vice president and chief information officer, reporting to Howard L. Lance, chairman, president and CEO.

USIS President and CEO William Mixon joined the board of advisers at Christopher Newport University's Center for American Studies.

INDUS named Bernadette Mathews to the position of vice president of capture and proposal management.

TASC, Inc. appointed Rashid Chotani to the position of director of Chemical-Biological Defense Programs.

SAIC picked Paul E. Levi to serve as senior vice president of investor relations.

The National Math and Science Initiative named Dr. Ray O. Johnson, senior vice president and chief technology officer of Lockheed Martin, to its board of directors.

CSC announced David W. Zolet has come aboard to serve as president of business development for its North American Public Sector business unit.

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