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Also contributing to this article were Bruce A. Pasternack (pasternack [email protected] com), a senior vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton in San Francisco; Gary Ahlquist (ahlquist [email protected] com), a senior vice president of Booz Allen in Chicago; and Wolter Mannerfelt (mannerfelt [email protected] com), a vice president of Booz Allen in London. Provide briefing books, arrange site visits, and factor in time to build relationships.