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January 13, 1958
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Approved For Releas 000/09/08 :CIA -0183R00030Sfi 10210-9 DIARY NOTES DP 13 January 1958 1. formerly with the d now apparently heading up the "Studies in Intelligence" in the Office of Training, came to call on me to request that we do a series in intelligence studies on "Support" in its various aspects. He hoped that I would do the first article as a general introduction to the series and that it could be ready by 15 February. I told him that I would certainly consider this matter and discuss it with my Office Heads at an early date. I made no commitments, however, and said that I was very pessimistic that I could turn out any- thing before the 15th of February. I also commented that Support had been such a con- troversial subject in the Agency that I would want to make sure that anything I put out over my own signature had the tacit approval of other senior officials. 2. Jim Garrison and were up for an informal session on the= project. I asked them to do some more thinking about this and to separate out our requirements for stockpile as opposed to stocks which we have on N 25X1A9a 3. At the Senior Staff Meeting gave an excellent presentation of about one-half hour on the subject of "Paperwork Management." I want to have him do this for other senior personnel in the DD/S area at an early date. 4. Attended the monthly luncheon of the Washington Building Congress at the May- flower Hotel at which Mr. Robinson of the District Highway Department, Mr. Smith of the Virginia Highway Commission, and Mr. Jones of the Maryland Highway Commis- sion spoke. I didn't learn very much new but did get the impression that there is a great deal more going on around the District in the way of road construction than one is apt hand over and above these requirements. to realize without a careful study of the situation. 25X1A9a of the Headquarters Board of Survey was up with a proposed dis- patch concerning an appeal that has been made by one of the employees at the Station from liability in the amount of $374.00 as a result of an accident in which he was involved in a ehicle. I made suggestions as to how the dispatch should be redrafted and asked him to prepare it for my signature. 6. Office of Scientific Intelligence, was in with a proposal wherein we would transfer $3.7 million to-in support of a technical project which 25X1A12b Approved For Release 2000/09/08 : C1144V pr 1 -00183R000300010210-9 Approved For Release 2D00/09/08 : CIA-F 7183R000300846210-9 roposes to undertake. I concurred subject to clearance with the Bureau of the Budget and release of the money from the Contingency Reserve for this purpose. Tol that the matter should be taken up with Bob Macy before he left for the Far East and that if he would give me the green light I would arrange to have Bob briefed by OSI and- prior to a meeting on other projects later in the week. 7. As a result of my conversation with Bob Macy I talked to General 25X1A9a about letting Bob see the proposed. NSCID's. Inasmuch as Bob wants to look at them in- formally he has agreed that we can go ahead and show them to him. is 25X1A9a supposed to get the necessary copies of the documents to me for this purpose. Approved For Release 2000/09/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000300010210-9