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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/11/16: CIA-RDP01-00569R000100060041-1 ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY Tom Cormack Executive Secretary History Staff Bi-Weekly picked up his Chile chapter from Helms, who said the STAT chapter "covers the subject admirably." He did not ask for any changes. 0 will interview Helms next Wednesday on the STAT Congress chapter. interviewed William Darden, Staff Director of the STAT Senate Armed Forces Committee in the Helms period. This interview was not particularly informative. He has received no word yet from Legislative Liaison on his request for an interview with Senator Stennis. We received a call on 27 October from) STAT Legislative Liaison, about drafting a speech for Mr. Casey to deliver before the Goldwater Committee on 3 November in support of a resolution to establish a National Intelligence Museum. When returned the call, she spoke with who STAT indicated that what was wanted was suggestions for points to be made, such as the experience of other countries and interesting or novel aspects of US intelligence. She referred him tol STAT as a better qualified expert on such topics, but STAT offered any assistance needed on Agency history per se. This morning, Chief of Senate Liaison, called Ken and STAT told him he was o par icipate, at Mr. Casey's request, in drafting the speech. Ken has gone to Headquarters to do so. Ken received a call from concerning an STAT FOIA request from who is writing a STAT biography of her father, Her initial request is STAT for OPC material on policy directives, historical rationale, funding, and personnel. There is, therefore, a possibility that our History of OPC may be called for. Ken sent the Deputy Historian of the Department of State copies of the DCI's exchange of letters with Sen. Durenberger regarding proposed changes in FOIA legislation. ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/11/16: CIA-RDP01-00569R000100060041-1 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/11/16: CIA-RDP01-00569R000100060041-1 The briefing of visiting AF/FTD officers will be handled by rather than by the History Staff. After the article on the History Staff appeared in the Post, Ken was contacted by the editor of The Federalist, the newsletter of the Society for History in the Federal Government, for a feature interview. Ken declined. We still have no firm publication date for the DCI/DDCI booklet. Changing the date from June to November requires redoing the cover artwork. There will be one more final proofing. On 19 October, Mr. Briggs requested the loan of three histories - on the construction of the Headquarters building, on personnel and personnel policies, and on the JOT program. These, together with a complete listing, were delivered to him the following day. His office called this week to say the had sent the JOT history on to Robert Magee. Ken attended an Inter-university Seminar last weekend in Chicago. He and have been-authorized to attend the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in San Francisco in late December. will participate in the CSI-sponsored conference on US Intelligence; The Organization and the Profession to be held at Headquarters next week. gave interview on the U-2. He spen a ay scattered documents. He has been on annual leave all this week. has more or less caught up with handling the more resumed processing our records than 500 documents sent by the Kennedy Library. She has History Statt Distribution: Orig - Adse 1 - McDonald HS Chrono 1 - File STAT STAT STAT STAT STAT STAT STAT STAT STAT' Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/11/16: CIA-RDP01-00569R000100060041-1