Bill's star flacks are up for grabs

WASHINGTON,DC: A bidding war is about to break out for the top communications talent of the outgoing Clinton administration. 'It has some very good communications professionals who should be able to transition easily to the private sector,' explained Nels Olson, MD of government affairs and corporate communications for Korn/Ferry International.

WASHINGTON,DC: A bidding war is about to break out for the top communications talent of the outgoing Clinton administration. 'It has some very good communications professionals who should be able to transition easily to the private sector,' explained Nels Olson, MD of government affairs and corporate communications for Korn/Ferry International.

WASHINGTON,DC: A bidding war is about to break out for the top communications talent of the outgoing Clinton administration. 'It has some very good communications professionals who should be able to transition easily to the private sector,' explained Nels Olson, MD of government affairs and corporate communications for Korn/Ferry International.

The hottest prospect is White House communications director Loretta Ucelli, whose value is estimated to be in the dollars 200,000-dollars 300,000 range making it likely that she will enter the corporate sector rather than an agency.

Department of Health & Human Services public affairs director Melissa Skofield should be hot too, with healthcare expected to be a big issue in Congress next year.



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