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January 14, 1965
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SECRET Approved For Release4000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183RQp0500050065-5 DIARY NOTES DD/S 14 January 1965 25X1A9a 1. was in for a visit. He said that 25X1A6a 25X1 A9 he is v was pleasantly surprised to learn a that the housing situation for our people in_ is well in hand and that 25X1 A6a there are no real problems. The one or two people who may be out of pocket an excessive amount are so by their own choice. He also said that they have 25X1 A6a FOIAb6 25X1A made very substantial reductions in the number of personnel on duty at the He thought that the vehicle allowance approach is very practical for the area. In general, he had no support problems. cent as is anticipated, we will take a new look at the whole situation and decide whether we will make any increase. However, we are not committed to any more than 5 percent. 3. I addressed the JOT class and, I think, found quite a number of the students interested in going into the Support area. Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050065-5 SECRET SECRET Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-001838 0500050065-5 4. I discussed several items with Emmett Echols. a. I reviewed a paper which Emmett is preparing for the Director to use at the White House and before our Congressional committees to defend our summer-only employment program. I think he is on the right track. (He will send it forward in a day or two . ) 25X1A6d b. Emmett told me that he had heard that-would leave 25X1A9a the in about six months. Emmett wished to 25X1A9a nominate as his replacement. (I didn't know that Bill was planning to leave that soon, and I do want to look into the matter.) c. Emmett asked me whether I could do something to eliminate DD/P's complete disregard for any time limit imposed on the coordina- tion of regulations. He said that DD/P has held some regulations for months without taking action of any kind. (I do want to follow up on this.) d. Emmett reported that the Deputy Directors have all signed off on the Employee Activity Association paper and that he is now ready to brief Mr. Kirkpatrick and anyone else who needs to be briefed. (I should therefore set up an appointment with Kirk and possibly General Carter sometime soon.) 25X1 C4a e. Emmett complained to me a little bit about the charge of delin- quency against the Office of Personnel on preparing a periodic statistical report on nonstaff personnel. He said that he first saw this requirement three days ago when it was handed to him by 25X1A9a 5. John Clarke telephoned to say that he attended an interdepartmental budget officers' meeting at the Bureau of the Budget today and everybody was protesting the average salary limitations being imposed by the Bureau. Sub- sequently, he talked privately with Bob Amory and learned that the FBI had received some relief. Other agencies in general did not. John was hopeful that we might also get some relief within the next few days. Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050065-5 SECRET SECRET 25X1 C4a 25X1A Approved For Releasa3000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-001831 ,gpO500050065-5 7, telephoned to say that he thought DD/S&T might be able to solve its own space problem with Alan Warfield's assistance and asked me not to take any action on Alan's paper until I hear from him again. LKW :Jrf Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050065-5 SECRET