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Carroll Publishing launches GovSearch API™

November 7, 2018:Carroll Publishing announced the launch of GovSearch API™, a government contact data service that allows subscribers to connect server-to-server via HTTP and quickly develop a functional application or integrate into an existing web site or CRM application. Learn more.

Rick Harcum hired as Frederick County, Md., Chief Administrative Officer

March 22, 2019: Rick Harcum was officially hired as the Chief Administrative Officer of Frederick County, Md., by the Frederick County Council on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Harcum, the county’s former Budget Director, was hired in a 7-0 vote by the County Council. Harcum had taken over as the Acting Chief Administrative Officer after Ray Barnes retired at the end of January, 2019. Before that, Harcum was previously the Frederick County government’s Budget Director since February, 2016. In his new position, Harcum will work with Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner.

Carol Folt appointed as President, University of Southern California

March 22, 2019: Carol Folt has been appointed as the President of the University of Southern California, effective on July 1, 2019. She would be the first full-time female President in the university’s history. She would also be the university’s twelfth President. Folt was previously the Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In her new position, Folt succeeds Acting President Wanda Austin, who took the office on an acting basis after former President C. L. Max Nikias resigned in the summer of 2018. Folt was appointed as the first woman to lead UNC-Chapel Hill in July, 2013, and she resigned from that position less than six years later.

Rick Harrison hired as President of Noblis subsidiary ESI

March 22, 2019: Rick Harrison has been hired as the President of Noblis’ ESI subsidiary. Harrison will be responsible for ESI’s administrative, technical and financial operations and its business strategy, Noblis officials said on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Harrison has led organizations and helped develop platforms for national security-related command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance programs. Harrison was previously a Vice President and Program manager at Noblis Harrison joined the non-profit in 2008. He previously worked for twenty-five years at the U.S. Navy, where he worked at naval intelligence groups and with national intelligence agencies. Noblis ESI offers advisory and support services to federal agencies in the systems engineering, program management, acquisition and advanced technology areas.

Anne Bradley retires as Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, New York Democrat

March 22, 2019: Anne Bradley plans to retire as the Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, New York Democrat, in April, 2019. Bradley has worked for Gillibrand since 2007. Jess Fassler previously resigned as Gillibrand’s Chief of Staff to manage Gillibrand’s 2020 presidential campaign.

Matt Donegan appointed as Chairman of newly-created Oregon Wildfire Council

March 22, 2019: Matt Donegan was appointed as the Chairman of the newly-created Oregon Wildfire Council by Gov. Kate Brown on Thursday, March 14, 2019. Brown created the Council through an executive order issued in January, 2019. “The council is charged with evaluating national and global best practices in fire prevention, management and suppression to make recommendations for Oregon's future wildfire management,” according to a March 14, 2019, statement from the Governor’s Office. The Council’s first meeting was scheduled for Monday, March 18, 2019. “The Council will bring together experts whose work has environmental, health, and economic intersections with wildfire. Additional members may be asked to join as the Council’s work progresses,” according to the Governor’s Office statement. “As outlined in the executive order, the Chair will appoint three working subcommittees focusing on mitigation, suppression, and recovery.”

John Cuomo hired as President, Chief Executive Officer, of VSE

March 22, 2019: John Cuomo has been hired as the President, Chief Executive Officer and as a Member of the Board of Directors of Alexandria, Va.-based VSE, effective on April 15, 2019. Cuomo succeeds Maurice Gauthier, who is scheduled to retire in April, 2019, after eleven years in the position, VSE officials said on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Gauthier has led the company since April, 2008. Cuomo, a veteran of aerospace distribution and services for more than eighteen years, was previously the Vice President and General Manager of Boeing’s KLX, which Boeing acquired in 2018. Cuomo worked for nineteen years at KLX’s former parent company, B/E Aerospace. VSE provides federal and commercial clients with logistics services in support of transport vehicles, ships and aircraft sustainment, supply chain management, platform modernization, mission enhancement, information technology and program management.

Angelica Infante-Green appointed as Rhode Island Commissioner, Elementary and Secondary Education

March 22, 2019: Angelica Infante-Green was appointed as the Rhode Island Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education by Gov. Gina Raimondo on Monday, March 18, 2019. Infante-Green is currently the Deputy Commissioner of the New York State Education Department's Office of Instructional Support P-12. Infante-Green started her career as a classroom teacher in the South Bronx in New York City. She worked as a Dual Language Program teacher. Later, as a Dual Language Program Project Director, she worked to create a curriculum in two languages that met the specialized learning needs of the Dominican community. She later worked as the Chief Executive Officer of the Office of English Learners for the New York City Department of Education. Infante-Green received an M.A. in education and in school administration and supervision from Mercy College. She has worked as an adjunct professor, works on Stanford University's Understanding Language Committee, and she is a member of the first cohort of the Chiefs for Change Future Chiefs program.