ACCESSION NUMBER:00000 FILE ID:95051001.POL DATE:05/10/95 TITLE:WHITE HOUSE REPORT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 TEXT: (DOD nominee, broadcast board nominee) (180) JOHN WHITE NAMED DEPUTY DEFENSE SECRETARY The president will nominate John White, a director at the Kennedy School of Government, to be deputy secretary of defense. When confirmed by the Senate, he would succeed the new director of central intelligence, John Deutch. White, who heads the Kennedy School's Center for Business and Government, has served as a deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget and as an assistant secretary of defense for manpower. He is currently chairman of the congressionally-mandated study of the roles and missions of the armed forces. White's private sector employment includes service with the Rand Corporation on national security issues and with Eastman Kodak and Interactive Systems Corporation. NATHANSON NAMED TO BROADCASTING BOARD Clinton will nominate a cable TV executive, Marc Nathanson, to be a member of the board of governors of the International Broadcasting Bureau. The nine-member board supervises the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Worldnet, Radio and TV Marti and the planned Radio Free Asia. NNNN .