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Approved For Release 2007/10/23: CIA-RDP72-004508000100100030-7 .. ,.,, v a t L1- III. DD/S&'P t3ased oil total PSD FY 1967 costs, the DD/S&T counted 25X1 for only 3 percent of PSD's workload but some 10 percent of total impressions (17 million}, OSI is the chief user of PSD's services, its require- menu representing 75;0 of total DD/SST printing requirements. OSI requirements include Scientific and Technical Reports (STIR) vahich average 3 per rnouth, and the SECRET version of the Scientific Intelligence Digest (monthly} printo:l iu the I41ain Plant; Scientific Intelligence Digest ("A" version which is released to selected foreign intelligence services monthly), IYeekly Surveyor (SECRET), and about 6 STIRS per year printed in the Ground Floor Plant; and the Meekly Surveyor, R4onthly Index of Scientific and Tecluxica.l Publications, Daily Surveyor, monthly Scientific Intcl.ligence Digest (SI and TK versions), and about 36 STIRS a year at the Special Printing Plant. OSI anticipates no increase in its recurring printing requirements aver the next five years. F\ISAC has 2 recurring requirements: STIRS and the Missile/Space Event Report. The STIRS average 30 reports annually; no increase in this number is estimated through P'Y 1970. The 14issile/Space Event Reports. are printed iii the Special Printing Plant and total about 125 annually. Although this number is expected to remain the same, ; a twenty percent increase is expected in the number of pages as of FY 1970. These reports now average -abort eighteen.pages in ,length. , OEL Elint Information Reports, are low in volume and this series of reports as well as SIGINT Highlights and SIGINT Techniques Reports are expected to remain at about the same level through 1970.