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A. Pi?inting Services Division The 173 million impressions produced by Printing Services Division in FY 67 represent a 5o increase over the number produced in FY 66--1G5 million but is con- . siderablq,under the FY 1963 peak of over 200 million impressions. Total printing impressions for PSD, FY G3 through FY 67 are: FY No of Impressions 203 189* 152 165 173 through FY 1970 with the possible exception of It would appear that Agency requirements on. PSD have stabilized at between 150 and 200 million impressions annually which is within its present capability. The problem is, thus, more one of seeking increased efficiency than increased capacity. A breakdown of total impressions and cost based on total PSD FY 19G7 costs at the directorate level shows the following: ~ r~vT~T ~~ ~ ' Approved For Release 2007/10/23: CIA-RDP72-00450800010{{..0100027-1 t~~~~L' No. of Im- o pressions of Comd>onent (millions) Total Cost (million) of Total DCI 4 2 ~ DD/P 17 10 15 DD/I 123 71 69 DD/SZ~T 17 10 3 DD/S 12 7 11 Appendix A shows PSD's FY 67 actual total costs identified against specific users. I. DD/I The DD/I is far and away the largest user of PSD services both in number of impressions and in total cost. Four large programs are identified as making up some 93% of DD/I's share of PSD's total cost: FBIS progt~am; CRS requirements; current intelligence publica- tions; and the costliest, the NIS program. (A) FBIS Program This is a large quantity, low cost printing operation which is performed by the General Printing Plant of PSD located on the Ground Floor of the Headquarters Building. It is estimated that the ~*PSD's PY 67 actual total costs identified against ' specific users based on actual percentages of direct costs. The indirect PSD costs were prorated to using directorates on an identical basis with their direct costs. SECRET 25X1 Approved For Release 2007/10/23: CIA-RDP72-004508000100100027-1