President George W. Bush today announced his intention to nominate thirteen individuals to serve in his administration.


The President intends to nominate John P. Stenbit to be Assistant Secretary of Defense for
Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence. Most recently he was Executive Vice
President for special assignments of TRW Aerospace and Information Systems and had been with
TRW since 1984. Mr. Stenbit formerly served at the Department of Defense as the Deputy Director
of Telecommunications and Command and Control Systems and as a staff specialist for Worldwide
Military Command and Control Systems. Stenbit is the a member of the National Academy of
Engineering, served as Chairman of the Science and Technology Advisory Panel to the Director of the
CIA and was a member of the Science Advisory Group to the directors fo the Naval Intelligence and
Defense Communications Agency. He also chaired the Research, Engineering and Development
Advisory Committee for the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. He received both
an undergraduate and Master’s degree from the California Institute of Technology.

The President intends to nominate Ronald M. Sega to be Director of Defense Research and
Engineering. He has served since 1996 as Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at
the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and has served as an Assistant Professor, Associate
Professor and Professor at the University since 1982. He is a Brigadier General with the United
States Air Force and from 1991 to 1996 he was an Astronaut, participating in two Space Shuttle
Missions. Sega is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, received a Master’s from Ohio State
University and a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado.