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April 22, 2006 

DDTC Staff Changes

At Friday's State Department Defense Trade Advisory Group meeting it was announced that David C. Trimble, Director, Office of Defense Trade Control Compliance, is leaving the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls to serve on the staff of the National Security Counsel. Peter J. Berry would move from his current assignment as Director, Office of Defense Trade Controls Licensing, to become Special Advisor to Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Gregory M. Suchan. Replacements have not yet been announced.

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