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SE EMPLOYEE SERIAL NUMBER FITNESS REPORT SECTION A GENERAL I. NAME (Last) (First) (Middle) 2. DATE OF BIRTH 3. SEX 4. GRADE 5. SD Barnard Edward T. 10/10/1 0 M - GS-1 6. OFFICIAL POSITION TITLE 7. OFF/DIY/BR OF ASSIGNMENT 8. CURRENT STATION 00 CB New York F.O. 9. CHECK IX) TYPE OF APPOINTMENT 10. CHECK IX) TYPE OF REPORT X CAREER RESERVE TEMPORARY INITIAL REASSIGNMENT SUPERVISOR CAREER-PROVISIONAL (See instructions -Section C) X ANNUAL EASSiGNMENT EMPLOYEE SPECIAL (Specify): SPEC IAL (Specify): 11. DATE REPORT DUE IN O.P. 12. REPORTING PERIOD (From- to-) may 1964 1 rA-Dril 1963 - 31 March 1964 SECTION B PERFORMANCE EVALUATION W - Weak Performance ranges from wholly inadequate to slightly less than satisfactory. A rating in this category requires positive remedial action. The nature of"the action could range from counseling; to further training, to placing on probation, to reassignment or to separation. Describe action taken or proposed in Section C. A - Adequate Performance meets all requirements. It is entirely satisfactory and is characterized neither by deficiency nor excellence. P . Proficient Performance is more than satisfactory. Desired results are being produced in a proficient` manner. S - Strong Performance is characterized by exceptional proficiency. 0 Outstanding Performance is so exceptional in relation to requirements of the work and in comparison to the performance of others doing similar work as to warrant special, recognition. SPECIFIC DUTIES List up to six of the most important specific duties performed during the rating period. Insert rating letter which best describes the manner in which employee performs EACH specific duty. Consider ONLY effectiveness in performance of that duty. All employees with supervisory responsibilities MUST be rated on their ability to supervise (indicate number of employees supervised). SPECIFIC DUTY NO. I RATING LETTER epresents and acts on behalf of Chief, New York Office S SPECIFIC DUTY NO. 2 RATING Establishes and maintains domestic contact with organizations and individuals LETTER to collect. intelligence information, provide intelligence and operational support. S SPECIFIC DUTY NO. 3 RATING Briefs,. debriefs, and generally exploits for information US domestic sources LETTER in response to specific requests or spontaneously. 0 SPECIFIC DUTY NO. 4 RATING Prepares intelligence information reports, memoranda, and communications LETTER supporting his operations. 0 SPECIFIC DUTY NO. 8 RATING Takes action on cases requiring intelligence or operational support for otYier LETTER elements of the Agency . S SPECIFIC DUTY N.O.8 -" - - _ - RATING LETTER S OVERALL PERFORMANCE IN CURRENT POSITION, 1k ~, RATING Take into accounte7erything about the employee which influences his effectiveness in his current position such as per- ,. LETTER duties, roductivity, conduct, on job, cooperativeness, pertinent personal traits or habits, and particular limitc ion , tale s. Based on your knowledge of employee's overall performance during the rating period, S box corresponding to the statement-which most accurately reflects his level of performance. 5 JUN 1964 v FORM AC APPROVED FOR RELEASE DATE: FEB 2008 SE SECTION C NARRATIVE COMMENTS indicate sipnlficcnt strengths or weaknesses.demanstrated in current position keeping in proper perspective etr relationship to cverall performance. State suggestions made for improvement of work performance. Give recommendations for training. Comment on foreign language competence, if required for current position. Amplify or explain ratings given in Section B to provide best basis for determining future personnel action. Manner of performance of managerial .sup vise duti st be described, if applicable. An outstanding trait in this individual's overall performance is his interest in and .enthusiasm for all aspects of his duties in his cur#W:gnment., for whiiah his. many'-years of experience= in the. domestic 'field equip him admirably. He requires practically no supervision,. and one has complete confidence that any specific assignment will be handled by him in a highly professional manner. He is particularly proficient in exploiting sources for both positive and operational information}; the results. of which. are 'expertlyy'presented because of his outstanding writing ability. He is markedly alert to the security aspects of all of his activities. His personality and sense of humor make him an excellent colleague to work' with: Probably because of his interest in conducting operations himself, this individual has shown no particular interest in assuming supervisory responsibilities. There is'no reason to believe he would not be.a completely ro "icient ?sup' ervisor. In ? his p present :position he Sias always-.shown an awareness of the importance of cost consciousness and of the need for economy. This individual is excellently. suited' to the domestic collection and support ,program. For personal family reasons=he would p :'. prefer to remain at least for the immediate future - in his current assignment. A brief course in the principles of clandestine tradecraft is recommended for training. SECTION D. CERTIFICATIONN. AND COMMENTS BY EMPLOYEE I cERTIFY'THAT I HAVE-:SEEN SECT-IONS A, B, AND C OF THIS REPORT DATE `` '?~ SIGNA-F'U OF EMPLOYE;C "'ti {^ , {` 2. BY SUP ttVISOR MONTHS EMPLOYEE.HAS BEEN UNDER MY SUPERVISION IF'THISREPORT HAS.NOT-BEEN SHOWNTO EMPLOYEE, GIVE EXPLANATION 80 DATE OFFI.CtALTITLE OF SUPERVISOR ;SIGNATURE 25 1964 Chief, ,w York Office BYREV EWING`OFFICIAL 3. COMMENTS OF REVIEWING OFFICIAL Concur. He is currently taking a brief course in the principles of clandestine tradecraft. GATE OFFICIAL TITLE OF REVIE'WDN.G OFFrCIAL IiRE 2 June 196 Acting Chief, Contact Divisio