Kearney forms government practice

A.T. Kearney Inc., a management consulting firm, has formed a government practice for North America. The practice will serve federal, state and local governments.

The new operation grew out of a decade of work that the firm has done in the United States and Europe, company officials said. Terry Luettinger, John Anderson, and Joel Goldhammer will lead the practice from A.T. Kearney's office in Alexandria, Va. Randy Garber, in the firm's Costa Mesa, Calif., office, will also play a leadership role.

Kearney and CGI-AMS are working together with the state of California on a strategic sourcing project.

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