Richard Rowland, corporate director of human resources, will become USEC’s principal human resources executive effective April 2, reporting directly to Welch. The information technology and corporate security functions that previously reported to Wright will now report, respectively, to the chief financial officer and the senior vice president of uranium enrichment.
The government relations function previously directed by Ciccone will now report to the general counsel and secretary. Corporate communications will now report to the CEO.
USEC Inc., a global energy company, is a leading supplier of enriched uranium fuel and nuclear industry related services for commercial nuclear power plants.
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