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William J. Bosanko has been promoted to chief operating officer of the National Archives and Records Administration. Bosanko was the National Archives’ executive for agency services. He has worked as director of the Archives’ information security oversight office. He has also worked at the Archives as an archives technician, archivist and as a management and program analyst.

William A. McConagha has joined the food, drug and medical device compliance and enforcement and food, drug and medical device regulatory practices at law and lobbying firm Sidley Austin LLP as a partner. McConagha was a health policy adviser for the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. He has worked at the Food and Drug Administration as assistant commissioner for accountability and integrity in the office of the commissioner and as acting deputy chief counsel. He also has worked as an attorney in Maryland’s office of the public defender.

Doug Tracy has been hired as chief information officer at CSC, an information technology company. Tracy was vice president and chief information officer at automotive technology company Dana Holding Corp. He has also worked at Rolls-Royce as executive vice president of IT and as a global chief technology officer.

Clarence E. Anthony has been named executive director at the National League of Cities (NLC). Anthony is the leader of his own consulting firm, Anthony Government Solutions. He also has served as the interim manager for United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG). He was the founding treasurer of UCLG. He also was mayor of South Bay, Fla., and as president of NLC. He also has worked as chief marketing officer for PBS&J.

The following people have been hired at Airlines for America (A4A):

Vaughn Jennings is managing director for government and regulatory communications. Jennings was press secretary, new media director and legislative assistant to Rep. John Sullivan, R-Okla. He also worked as legislative assistant to former House Majority Leader Rep. Tom Delay, R-Texas.

Christian Lee is a social media manager. Lee was director of new media for Judicial Watch and for the Meg Whitman for Governor campaign. He also served as a research assistant for military community and family policy for personnel and readiness in the office of the undersecretary of defense under President George W. Bush. He also worked as an intern for Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga.

Tressa Mattingly is a social media manager. She was a senior communications specialist at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. She also was communications officer at Georgetown University Medical Center. She also worked as an associate manager of communications at the American Diabetes Association. She was a communications intern at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Lanie Lamb is communications coordinator. She was in the office of the president for the National Park Foundation. She was executive assistant and office manager to former Rep. John Boccieri, D-Ohio. She was a flight attendant for Continental Airlines.

Christina Croll has been hired as chief marketing officer at software company Canvas. Croll was the chief socialite at Croll Ventures. She has worked as a vice president and general manager at America Online. She also has worked as director of business development and at information technology research company Gartner.

Alan Feldenkris has been hired as a group account director for SapientNitro, a marketing company. Feldenkris was a managing director at marketing company Anthem Worldwide. He has worked as vice president of interactive marketing for America Online. He also has worked as a vice president and management supervisor at marketing company DDB Needham.

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