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EG&G ANNOUNCES ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES

 WELLESLEY, Mass., Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- John M. Kucharski, Chairman of the Board and CEO, EG&G, Inc. (NYSE: EGG) today announced several personnel changes within the organization.
 Effective September 1, Donald E. Michel, currently President and General Manager of EG&G Mound Applied Technologies Inc., operator of the Mound Plant for the Department of Energy (DOE) in Miamisburg, Ohio will assume the responsibility for management of EG&G, Inc.'s Washington, D.C. office. In his new position, Michel will be responsible for managing all activities in Washington to further the Corporation's business interests. Jack Clark, currently Associate General Manager at Mound, will succeed Michel as President and General Manager.
 Michel has managed the operation at Miamisburg since EG&G assumed the management and operations contract for the DOE on Oct. 1, 1988. Prior to that he was General Manager of EG&G's Electronic Components operation in Salem, Massachusetts.
 Kucharski stated, "Don Michel's experience at Mound as well as his extensive experience with both EG&G and other commercial operations give him the background needed to represent the corporation in this important assignment." He added that Francis Alhoff will continue as Director of Federal Programs, and recognized his contribution in this capacity over the last eighteen months.
 Kucharski also announced that Philip C. Kautt, an EG&G Vice President who currently manages the EG&G Washington D.C. office, will become Vice President for Strategic Development. He will also become a permanent member of the Corporation's Operating Committee and continue to report to the Chairman. In announcing this appointment, Kucharski, said: "We expect Phil to focus his experience on strategic development issues for the Corporation."
 EG&G is a Fortune 200 company with annual sales in excess of $2.7 billion. It designs and manufactures laboratory and field-test instruments and electronic and mechanical components for commercial customers. EG&G provides systems engineering, precision component manufacturing, and test-site operating and management services to many government agencies and laboratories. It employs more than 30,000 people worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: Deborah S. Lorenz, EG&G, Inc., 617-431-4306/


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