FLUOR DANIEL CORPORATION
Your agenda to evaluate this partnership is prescient and timely under the leadership crisis evident in an avalanche of downsizing and demands for new skills. The "New World Order" paper I reviewed in accepting your invitation to speak sounds a strong alert and offers compelling ideas to solve the debilitating time/information dilemma. By deploying new tools, skills and roles to convert information into knowledge, we can mainstream the process the military calls "intelligence". I am anxious to see these ideas tested in the field.
Conferences like Asilomar underscore the need for cultural change. I am looking forward to listening to your ideas and sharing my views.
Henry J. Hatch Vice President
HENRY J. HATCH
Henry J. (Hank) Hatch joined Fluor Daniel, Inc. in July, 1995, as a Vice President, Govenment Services Operating Company, with offices in Arlillgton, Virginia
Prior to joining Fluor Daniel, he was the Chairman of Law Companies Group, lnc. Law, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is a worldwide engineering and environmental services company.
Before joining Law in 1992, Hatch completed a distinguished 35-year career in the United States Army. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant General and served as Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Corps of Engineers' missions included military construction and environmental engineering for both the Army and Air Force, and the Army's civil water resources program.
As Chief of Engineers, General Hatch commanded over 40,000 members of the Corps and supervised Corps and other Army programs of over $13 billion. Hatch. strengthened project management; worked to develop a more effective environmental ethic within the Corps; supported a broader envirornmental engineering mission for the organization; fostered and developed productive "partnering" with customer.s and contractors; championed alternate dispute resolution (ALDR); sought to streamline the Corps field structure; and conceived and promoted a concept of peacetime operations for the Army, to include fostering international peace and stability through national assistance.
In his military career, General Hatch served in a variety of important command and staff assignments in the United States and overseas including serving as a Engineer for the U.S. Army in Europe; Commander of the Corps" Pacific Ocean Division in Hawaii; Commander of the Corps' Nashville District; Commander of the 326th Engineer Battalion, 101 st Airborne Division in Vietnam; and an Instuctor and Assistant Professor at West Point.
In addition to his numerous military awards and decorations, Hatch has been recognized for his engineering and environmental leadership by his election to the National Academy of Engineering ('92), the American Society of Civil Engirleers (President's Award '91), Natural Resources Council of America (Chairman's Award '92), American Public Works Association (Top 10 Public Works Leader '90) and the governments of Germany, Korea, and Brazil.
Hatch graduated from the U S. Military Academy at West Point in 1957, and received a Masters of Science degree in Geodetic Science from Ohio State University
Hank Hatch was born in Pensacola, Florida, and is married to the former Shelley Hollister. They have three children, Cynthiia, Henry J. III, and Earl, as well as five grandchildren. Hatch is a registered professional engineer in the District of Columbia, a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers. American Society of Civil Enginecrs, Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi, a lifetime member of the National Wildlife Federaton, past national president of the Socicty of American Military Engineers. and an avid runner.
October 11, 1995