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KISSINGER CHAIRS BOOZ-ALLEN'S NEW INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

 KISSINGER CHAIRS BOOZ-ALLEN'S NEW INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD
 CHICAGO, Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Booz-Allen & Hamilton, the international management and technology consulting firm, has formed an international advisory board chaired by Henry Kissinger, according to Cyrus F. Freidheim, Jr., vice chairman of the firm. The Booz-Allen Advisory Board will focus on global and regional trends in industry and the impact of geopolitics and governmental actions on business.
 "The Advisory Board will be a laboratory to discuss, develop and test ideas for the global enterprise as we approach the 21st century. The combined experience and insight of the members should stimulate an understanding of the capabilities corporations must develop to compete in a world that will be very different from today's," Freidheim said.
 Current outside members of Booz-Allen's international advisory board are:
 Henry Kissinger, chairman
 Robert Bauman, CEO, SmithKline Beecham (U.K.)
 H. Laurance Fuller, CEO, Amoco Corporation
 Robert Galvin, chairman executive committee, Motorola
 Drew Lewis, CEO, Union Pacific Railroad
 John Prescott, CEO, Broken Hill Proprietary (Australia)
 Richard Rosenberg, CEO, BankAmerica
 Peter Wallenberg, Wallenberg Group (Sweden)
 The first meeting of the Booz-Allen Advisory Board will take place in March 1992 in New York City.
 Privatization: Developing Need in New World Order
 Booz-Allen and Kissinger Associates will also team selectively to provide consulting services in privatization, according to William Stasior, chairman of Booz-Allen. Clients will be able to draw on Booz-Allen international management consulting experience with governments and global companies and Kissinger Associates' geopolitical expertise.
 "As countries across the world shift to market economies, privatization has become a key instrument in this sweeping change. The complex issues facing both buyers and sellers demand a unique mix of capabilities that our firms are able to provide," Stasior.
 Booz-Allen's 3,100 professionals serve clients in more than 50 countries, representing 60 percent of the world's largest corporations and financial institutions and the governments of many nations, including most U.S. agencies. The firm integrates in-depth understanding of more than 20 industries with expertise in strategy, systems, operations and technology.
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