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The Judge Group's Executive Vice President Appointed Chairman of American Staffing Association Section Policy Council

February 2, 2009 (Philadelphia, PA) - The Judge Group, a professional services firm specializing in Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training, announced that Gary R. Morris has been appointed Chairman of the American Staffing Association's (ASA) Technical, IT, and Scientific Section Policy Council.

February 2, 2009 (Philadelphia, PA) - The Judge Group, a professional services firm specializing in Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training, announced that Gary R. Morris has been appointed Chairman of the American Staffing Association's (ASA) Technical, IT, and Scientific Section Policy Council.

The mission of this specialized ASA membership section is to advise the ASA board of directors on sector-specific issues, coordinate the section's activities, and design programs and services to meet the unique business challenges faced by the technical, IT, and scientific sector of the staffing industry.

Gary Morris states, "It is an honor to be appointed Chairman of the Technical, IT and Scientific section by the American Staffing Association. As an active member, I feel the association is a prominent voice within the industry and I embrace the value of information they provide."

About The Judge Group:
Founded in 1970 by Martin E. Judge, Jr., The Judge Group is a privately-owned professional services firm specializing in Business Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training. Our solutions are successfully delivered through a workforce of 3,500 professionals and an international network of over 35 practice offices. For more information about The Judge Group visit www.judge.com.

About The American Staffing Association:
The American Staffing Association promotes legal, ethical, and professional practices for the $91 billion U.S. staffing industry. ASA members account for 85% of U.S. staffing industry sales and operate more than 15,000 offices throughout the nation. Three million Americans go to work for U.S. staffing companies every business day.

Founded to promote flexible employment opportunities and ensure the quality of staffing services, ASA has been the voice of the U.S. staffing industry since 1966. Members provide a wide range of employment services and solutions, including temporary and contract staffing, recruiting and permanent placement, outplacement and outsourcing, training, and human resource consulting. ASA and its affiliated chapters promote the interests of the industry through legal and legislative advocacy, public relations, education, and the establishment of high standards of ethical conduct.