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                     Office of the Press Secretary
                           (Orlando, Florida)
For Immediate Release                                  September 9, 1998

The President today announced his intent to nominate T.J. Glauthier to serve as Deputy Secretary of the Department of Energy.

Mr. T.J. Glauthier, of San Dimas, California, is currently the Associate Director for Natural Resources, Energy and Science in the Office of Management and Budget, serving as the key link between the Executive Office of the President and various departments and agencies including Energy, Agriculture, Interior, NASA, EPA and the National Science Foundation. Since 1993, Mr. Glauthier's responsibilities have encompassed budget development and approval accounting for over $60 billion in annual discretionary appropriations and management of over 200,000 federal employees. Mr. Glauthier is also responsible for coordination between agencies and the Executive Office of the President on major policy development, budget preparation, and clearance of legislation and Congressional testimony. From 1990 to 1993, Mr. Glauthier served as the Director of Energy and Climate Change for the World Wildlife Fund where he participated in all international negotiations on the climate change treaty signed at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. From 1970 to 1990, Mr. Glauthier served as a management consultant at Temple, Barker & Sloane, Inc., where he was the Vice President in charge of the firm's Public Policy and Management Group and served as head of the firm's Washington, D.C. office. As a management consultant, he was responsible for staff conducting economic and policy analysis of environmental and other public policy issues affecting major industries. From 1968 to 1970, Mr. Glauthier was employed at Applied Computer Technology Corporation in Los Angeles, California, where he developed corporate financial planning systems.

Mr. Glauthier received his A.B., with honors, in Mathematics from Claremont Men's College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

The Deputy Secretary of the Department of Energy serves as the Chief Operating Officer.