Northrop Grumman's Kent Kresa and Senator John Breaux To Be Honored for Leadership in Improving Government

Apr 20, 2001, 01:00 ET from Private Sector Council

    WASHINGTON, April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- The Private
 Sector Council (PSC) is pleased to honor Senator John Breaux (D-LA), and Kent
 Kresa, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Northrop Grumman
 Corporation as recipients of its prestigious 2001 Leadership Awards.  Each
 year PSC bestows its nationally recognized Leadership Awards on two leaders,
 one from the private and one from the public sector, who have facilitated
 business and government cooperation in making meaningful contributions to
 improve the efficiency and management of the federal government.
     Joined by corporate executives from across the country and senior
 government leadership, Congressman Jerry Lewis (R-CA) and F. Duane Ackerman,
 Chairman and CEO of BellSouth Corporation, will present the awards to Kresa
 and Breaux, respectively, at a black tie dinner on Wednesday evening, April
 25th at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.C.
     Senator Breaux is a leader in national politics whose career spans more
 than 20 years and both houses of Congress.  He is widely respected as a
 consensus builder between both parties.  In addition to a number of
 legislative accomplishments, he has worked to reform the IRS and the nation's
 Social Security system to improve their effectiveness and save taxpayer
 dollars.
     Kent Kresa has been recognized by government and private sector
 organizations alike for his outstanding leadership.  In his capacity as head
 of one of the nation's leading technology and defense companies, he has worked
 to help government make more efficient use of taxpayer funds and to enhance
 the ability of our nation's military to defend the country.
 
     Comprised of chief financial and information technology officers from many
 of the nation's leading corporations, PSC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public
 service organization dedicated to improving federal management and efficiency
 by sharing modern business processes with senior government managers.
 
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    WASHINGTON, April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- The Private
 Sector Council (PSC) is pleased to honor Senator John Breaux (D-LA), and Kent
 Kresa, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Northrop Grumman
 Corporation as recipients of its prestigious 2001 Leadership Awards.  Each
 year PSC bestows its nationally recognized Leadership Awards on two leaders,
 one from the private and one from the public sector, who have facilitated
 business and government cooperation in making meaningful contributions to
 improve the efficiency and management of the federal government.
     Joined by corporate executives from across the country and senior
 government leadership, Congressman Jerry Lewis (R-CA) and F. Duane Ackerman,
 Chairman and CEO of BellSouth Corporation, will present the awards to Kresa
 and Breaux, respectively, at a black tie dinner on Wednesday evening, April
 25th at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.C.
     Senator Breaux is a leader in national politics whose career spans more
 than 20 years and both houses of Congress.  He is widely respected as a
 consensus builder between both parties.  In addition to a number of
 legislative accomplishments, he has worked to reform the IRS and the nation's
 Social Security system to improve their effectiveness and save taxpayer
 dollars.
     Kent Kresa has been recognized by government and private sector
 organizations alike for his outstanding leadership.  In his capacity as head
 of one of the nation's leading technology and defense companies, he has worked
 to help government make more efficient use of taxpayer funds and to enhance
 the ability of our nation's military to defend the country.
 
     Comprised of chief financial and information technology officers from many
 of the nation's leading corporations, PSC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public
 service organization dedicated to improving federal management and efficiency
 by sharing modern business processes with senior government managers.
 
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