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January 6, 1965
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SECRET Approved For Release 200Q&8/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050W-2 DIARY NOTES 25X1A DD/S 6 January 1965 1. At the Executive Committee Meeting this morning Paul Borel raised the question of a "promotion freeze. " The Director didn't know what he was talking about, and General Carter and Mr. Kirkpatrick were both emphatic in saying that there was no promotion freeze and told Paul that he should get in touch with the DD/S and the Director of Personnel to find out the score. 2. John Tietjen and I discussed the Inspector General's memorandum of 21 December 1964 growing out of their survey of the WH Division. I asked John to talk with Jack Earman about this. (John will then write a brief memorandum in reply.) 3. I discussed the upcoming Managerial Grid Program in the Office of Finance with Bob Fuchs and I was disappointed that nothing ~oA IA seems to have been done about gettin this show on the road since it was ap- 25X1A9a proved some weeks ago and that was still pretty fuzzy about 25X1A9a just what is going to be done. will be in town tomorrow, how- ever, and they will have a lengthy meeting to try to sort out all the problems. I emphasized my desire to move forward with the program as rapidly as possible but consistent with our normal workload. 25X1A2g 4. I talked with Mr. Kirkpatrick about the Senior Management Seminar at from 7 to 12 February. Inasmuch as Bob Bannerman will be participating as a member of the Financial Polic and Bud et Committee, I will not attend this Seminar and have so advised 25X1A9a 5. Jack Earman was in to talk to me about their current survey of the 6. I a reed with Howard Osborn and John Tietjen that the case of should be withdrawn from Personnel Evaluation Board s era ion. i co s does not mean, however, that John, Howard, Emmett Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050077-2 SECRET Approved For Release 40 0/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R00050OW077-2 Echols, and I will not have to continue to watch the case. (I advised Emmett of this decision and also asked John to get in touch with Emmett to keep him fully briefed on the case.) 8. Dr. Tiet jen called to report the following: a. who is in California, is going downhill very fast and probably will not last too much longer. b. He has disqualified for overseas duty and has 25X1A9a so informed Dick Helms and 25X1A9a 9. In connection with the "Quarterly Statistical Report for Non-staff V' Personnel" which General Carter directed us to prepare, I learned very confidentially from Jack Farman that Mr. Kirkpatrick has assigned John to develop practically the same information. It therefore be- comes important that we get this matter sorted out and decide who is going to do what and how. 25X1A9a 10. Dr. Tietjen and I chatted about a position for who will probably return to duty sometime soon. We arrived at no final con- clusions but agreed that we should explore the possibility of loaning him to DD/S&T for six months to a year on a slot-free, cost-free basis. LKW :jrf Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050077-2 ET SECH