The Bert Concklin file

Age: 64.

1992-2000: President of the Professional Services Council, a national

trade association that represents companies and trade associations in both

the professional and technical services sectors.

1981-92: Vice president of PRC Inc., handling public policy and regulatory

issues before Congress.

1977-81: Senior engagement manager at McKinsey and Co., responsible

for corporate strategic planning.

Also served as assistant secretary for the Occupational Safety and Health

Administration and as the deputy administrator for policy evaluation for

the Federal Energy Administration.

Education: B.S. in engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy.

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