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BDM PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES INTENTION TO RETIRE

 BDM PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES INTENTION TO RETIRE
 MCLEAN, Va., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Frank C. Carlucci, chairman


of BDM Holdings, Inc., the parent company of BDM International, Inc., today said that BDM President Earle C. Williams has announced his intention to retire sometime in 1992. Williams made his announcement today during BDM's quarterly board of directors meeting here.
 Carlucci said that the board of directors has appointed a search committee which will consider candidates from inside and outside BDM to succeed Williams. Carlucci is also vice chairman of The Carlyle Group, which acquired BDM in 1990 after two years as part of Ford Aerospace Corporation. BDM now operates as an independent company, partially employee-owned.
 Williams will continue in his current capacity as chief executive until his retirement and will retain ties with the company after he relinquishes its leadership. No other executive changes are planned or anticipated at the company, Carlucci noted.
 "1992 will mark my 30th year with BDM," Williams said, "and I have been honored and privileged to serve a truly extraordinary organization for these three decades. Now is the time to transition to new leadership. The executive management of BDM and The Carlyle Group have my fullest support as this process unfolds."
 Williams joined BDM in 1962 as a senior engineer and became president in 1972. Under his leadership, BDM's annual sales grew from $7.7 million to over $300 million in 1990, and the BDM staff grew from 430 to approximately 3,000.
 Headquartered in McLean, BDM provides professional and technical services to public and private sector clients in national defense and security, communications, energy, logistics, space, information systems, advanced technology, manufacturing technology, and certain other areas.
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 /CONTACT: Todd Stottlemyer of BDM International, 703-848-5115/ CO: BDM International, Inc. ST: Virginia IN: ARO SU: PER


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