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December 9, 2016
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September 11, 2000
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April 17, 1953
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Approved For Release 2001/03/02,: C tDP76-00te3R000100090008-8 DIARY NOTES 25X1 A ADD /A 17 April 1953 25X1A6d 25X1A 2. Talked to about the relocation of his Engineering Divi- sion and Laboratory an o if he was convinced of the necessity of hav- , J 25X1A6a ing a permanent, well-designed installation for this activity 2A6a the Deputy Director (Administration) would support him i his re- ques were reasonable and modest, which I was sure it would be. He was to meet with the personnel concerned this afternoon. I anticipate that he will make this decision very shortly and submit a proposed project. I discussed this matter with Ed Saunders who believes that it will not be necessary to go back to the Bureau of the Budget. 25X1A 1. Jim Garrison reports that the Deputy Director (Plans) is signing off on the "shopping list" but only that part of it which pertains to his needs. I told him to go ahead and concur in the paper and that we would have to explain to the Director that there were other people involved in this over-all "shopping list"; I believe that the Deputy Director (Administration) can do this without difficulty. 25X1A9a Approved For Release 2001/03/02 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100090008-8 Approved For Rel se 2001/03/02 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100090008-8 25X1A S was broad enough to cover this contingency. However, I am sure that such was not the intent when this Regulation was drafted. In view of the possible broad interpretation,however, I instructed to get together with the General Counsel, the Auditor-in-Chief, and others i necessary, to clay- 25X1A9a ify this situation. 6. I cautioned George Meloon to refer to this Office any cases involving the separation of personnel for reasons that could not be resolved satisfactorily be- tween the operating offices and the Personnel Office. 25X1A9a 7. Mr. Meloon reports that with he talked to the General Accounting Office representative this afternoon about our overtime payments. The General Accounting Office will not object to these payments, except in part. George is of the opinion that the maximum overpayment under the General Accounting Office interpretation is $30.00 or so; hence, our problem is not nearly as serious as it seemed to be. -2- Approved For Release 2001/03/02 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100090008-8