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ARMSTRONG NAMED FCW EDITOR: HUSSEY, ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER

 ARMSTRONG NAMED FCW EDITOR: HUSSEY, ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER
 FALLS CHURCH, Va., Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Kenneth N. Kaplan, chief executive officer of FCW Publishing Corp. and publisher of Federal Computer Week, today named Anne A. Armstrong editor-in-chief and Jim Hussey associate publisher of the newspaper for the government systems community. Paul McCloskey, FCW's managing editor, has been promoted to the additional responsibility of director of a new newsletter division. The promotions are effective immediately.
 Edith Holmes has been promoted from editor-in-chief to editorial director of FCW and will continue in her role as executive vice president of the company. Randee Rubin, vice president of finance and administration, has been tapped as chief financial officer and senior vice president.
 "I am very pleased to make these appointments," Kaplan said. "No staff has worked harder or is more deserving. They are ready to take on these new responsibilities and will continue the tradition of excellence FCW has established in more than five years of publishing."
 With McCloskey, Armstrong has served for the past 21 months as managing editor of FCW and has been with the publication since its launch in 1987. Her 25-year career in journalism includes editorial positions in the information technology field and with magazines published by the University of Virginia and Johns Hopkins University. With a partner, Armstrong created, owned and edited a newsletter on compact disc/read-only memory technology called CD/Data Report.
 Hussey, director of sales for FCW, has been appointed associate publisher of the newspaper. A former sales manager for CMP Publications Inc.'s Communications Week, Hussey has been with FCW for 18 months. During the past 12 months under Hussey's direction, FCW has accelerated to the number one position in this market in ad page sales.
 As director of the newsletter division, FCW managing editor McCloskey will work with Holmes to launch and then run several new publications during the next year. McCloskey is also an FCW veteran. He joined the newspaper's launch team as news editor, coming from Fairchild's MIS Week where he was a senior correspondent.
 Holmes, who is FCW's founding editor, has spent 18 years as a journalist in the information technology field, including tours with IDG's Computerworld and McGraw-Hill's Business Week. She was FCW's founding editor and has served in that capacity since the publication's 1987 launch.
 Rubin has been with FCWP for three years, coming to the publishing company following 15 years with Farm Journal in Philadelphia, where she was business manager.
 Federal Computer Week, Falls Church, delivers news to more than 61,000 subscribers about how the government buys and uses information technology, products that meet federal needs and companies that target this market. The federal program managers and policy makers and systems integrators and resellers who are FCW's subscribers are qualified buyers of this technology. FCW is published by FCW Publishing Corp. and IDG Company.
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 /CONTACT: Kenneth N. Kaplan of Federal Computer Week, 703-876-5110/ CO: FCW Publishing Corp. ST: Virginia IN: PUB CPR SU: PER


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