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November 13, 1958
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Approved For Release 2000/09/08 M, I 76-001838000300029992-0 DIARY NOTES 13 November 1958 was up to talk to me about the installation of the DD/I 1. restricted area telephone system. He pointed out that unless we ordered the equipment very soon it would cost us a great deal more money in the final. analysis. I told him that I thought we could place a letter determine the latest date on whichfwether with the National Security Agency in order to premium for the equipment. might place such an order without having to pay a p 25X1A9a MW the Technical Services Staff's 2. I discussed with bri He said that it would be nice to have Project for additional construction at the facilities which they proposed edand that ~~ Project inasmuch as he could get his were in existence he however, he could not wholeheartedly work done through commercial contractors. 25X1A9a 3. I asked to furnish me the travel statistics for Fiscal Year 1958. 1 also told him that I would like to have a dry run of his presentation to the Hull Committee early next week. 4. 1 asked Gordon Stewart to supply me with personnel statistics by components which would reflect our gross since the Doolittle Committee Report. DD/S 5. told me that he was having lunch with the Deputy Assistant Directors in the DD/I Area and proposed to advocate that they join up with the Administration Career Service if I had no objection. I told him that I did not object and felt that this would be in the best interests of the Agency. However, I did not intend to push the matter myself. 6. telephoned to say that he had looked into the NIS Printing problem and had learned that they were now overtime they could clear S Sections per year. If up their backlog by they were let alone and allowed to use 1 July 1959. I asked him to draft a proposed paper to the Office of Logistics for my signature which would not approve of any increase in ceiling but would tell them. to get rid of their backlog by 1 July 1959. 7. Dr. Tietjen and I met with General Cabell to discuss the role of the Medical search Staff, as well as other Agency components, in left two papers with General Cabell for Program having to do with human behavior . Staff will evconsiderable impression entually be very much in pthis his perusal. It was obvious that the Tietjen made him and I feel reasonably sure picture. LKW :ecb Approved For Release 2000/09/08: CIA-RDP76=00183R000300020092-0