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MELLON SIGNS NATIONAL STEEL TO OUTSOURCING CONTRACT

 MELLON SIGNS NATIONAL STEEL TO OUTSOURCING CONTRACT
 PITTSBURGH, Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Mellon Bank Corporation


(NYSE: MEL) today announced the signing of its largest commercial outsourcing client, National Steel Corporation of Pittsburgh.
 Through this multi-year contract, Mellon will perform all consolidated data processing for National Steel's headquarters and branch offices including payroll, human resources, general ledger, accounts payable, order entry, order status and other applications.
 National Steel's applications software will be moved onto Mellon's hardware. Conversion is expected in late November.
 According to Dick Brzenk, vice president of Information Services for National Steel, the company evaluated a number of outsourcing vendors before choosing Mellon. "After a competitive bidding process, we selected Mellon because of their technological expertise, the fact that they had a good understanding of our organization and their ability to meet our needs now and in the future."
 "We are gratified that a company as prestigious as National Steel has selected Mellon to provide outsourcing services," said Allan P. Woods, executive vice president and head of Mellon's Financial Institution Services Department. "This is an important affirmation of our outsourcing capabilities."
 National Steel is the country's fourth largest steelmaker and employs approximately 11,000 people. The corporation was formed in 1929 through the merger of three industrial giants: Weirton Steel, Great Lakes Steel and M.A. Hanna Corporation. With completion of the second continuous caster at its Granite City Division, National Steel became the first major integrated steelmaker in the United States to cast 100 percent of its products.
 Mellon's Financial Institution Services Department is a major provider of outsourcing solutions to financial institutions and commercial industries. Its information processing services, marketed through Mellon Information Services, include comprehensive data processing, total trust operations outsourcing, ATM and merchant card processing, mortgage banking and securities transfer services.
 With assets of approximately $30 billion, Mellon Bank Corporation is a major superregional bank holding company. Through its subsidiaries, it provides wholesale, retail and middle market banking, as well as numerous service products including trust and investment, cash management and information processing services.
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 /CONTACT: Debra DeCourcy of Mellon, 412-234-5873/
 (MEL) CO: Mellon Bank Corporation; National Steel Corporation ST: Pennsylvania IN: FIN SU: CON


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