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Mandiant of Alexandria named Scott O'Neal, former deputy assistant director of the FBI's cyber crime division, director.

CHF International of Silver Spring named Chris Sale, former vice president of development finance, executive vice president and chief operating officer; Elissa McCarter, former director of development finance, vice president for development finance.

Altegrity of Falls Church named Michael Roberts president of USIS's training and law enforcement division.

The National Conference Center of Leesburg named Gregory Spiller director of group sales.

Clearspring Technologies of McLean named Peggy Fry, formerly of Netflix and AOL, chief revenue officer.

GeoEye of Dulles named Tony Frazier, former senior director of product management and marketing at Cisco Systems, senior vice president of marketing.

Catapult Technology of Bethesda named Robert B. Smith, former group vice president at Wyle Information Systems, chief administration officer/senior vice president.

ViaGlobal of Annapolis named Julie Reynolds chief financial officer for domestic and international operations.

The Fairmont of the District named Diana K. Bulger area director of public relations.

Avalere Health of the District named John Neeson, former senior executive at the Gartner Group, to its board of directors.

Centre Consulting of Vienna named Nadine Massih managing director for government contract consulting.

DDC Advocacy of the District named Steve Rice vice president of field operations.

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