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25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 3 January 1974 MEMORANDUM FOR: Director of Training SUBJECT : Course Report for Management and Services Review: Trends and Highlights Number 45 (3-74) The provided the setting for the forty- fifth Management and Services Review: Trends and Highlights from 10 December to 14 December 1973. Although no one coherent theme arose during this running, it was apparent from many of the presentations that the Management and Services Directorate is still adjusting to the chang- ing times. TIM CLASS Although 43 officers enrolled in this running, by the end of the week the number was reduced to 41 after one participant became ill and another took emergency leave to visit an ailing relative. The Management and Services Directorate had the largest representation with 39, 13 of whom came from the Career Training Program. The remaining four were evenly divided between the Directorates of Intelligence and Science and Technology. As the attached class profile suggests this was a normal heterogeneous group what with the age range spanning 20 to 53 years (averaging 34.1 years), grades ranging from GS-5 to GS-14 and service with the Agency extending from just a few months to over twenty five years. The diversity of in- terests in this group was magnified since 13 of the 39 DDM&S officers were Career Trainees bound for analytical and operational assignments out- side the NW Directorate. In the evaluations some of the Career Trainees questioned the relevancy of parts of the course for their anticipated assignments. COURSE CONTENT The content of the forty-fifth Trends and Highlights consisted of the normal standard fare with each office of the DDM&S making at least one presentation to the group. In terms of numbers of presentations, the Office of Logistics led the way with four. Dividing Logs presenta- tions into two sessions -- one speaker and film in the evening followed by a succinct and more focused session the next day -- seemed to reduce the severe criticism which was leveled at that office the last time. The Office of Joint Computer Services who cut their time to under two hours was also more favorably evaluated by this group. Approved For Release 2000/05/08: CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/08: CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Other important changes in the program consisted of holding an evening panel session, the writing of scope notes and the eliminations of the showing night time commercial movies. The evening panel session with the representatives from the various Management and Advisory Groups in the DDMAS vas in general not yell received. The session was, however, successful to the extent that it got the group actively involved, in asking questions and in offering counter arguments to the panelists. The participants seemed to object more to the message of the panel than to the idea of an evening panel session. Some of the speakers commented on the value of the scope notes in helping them to prepare and to address the group. Yet, it was hard to notice any significant reduction in the amount of overlap between speaker's presentations; there is still the need to relate the individual presentations to one another and to tie them to the Directorate and Agency as a whole. None of the participants missed the evening commercial film shows. Moreover, some felt that the films presented, particularly the security film "Damage Report," was useful to them. SPEAKERS The week saw only one speaker substitution, an occurrence which is surely unusual for a program which calls upon the time of high level DDM&S component heads. NM.1.1111.1.15 Deputy Director of Logistics, ably replaced Francis. van Damm. Mr. Wattles, the Associate Deputy Director for Management and Services, who quite literally threw away his prepared text, concluded the week by speaking informally on the Agency from his unique perspective. His talk was made doubly poignant by the fact that it was his last working day with CIA. He received a standing applause. COURSE ADMINISTRATION The smooth running of the course was attributable to the support 25X1A and cooperation of the staff of the and to 25X1A of the Senior Seminar Staff whose experience in course management and whose willingness to share the burdens made the week administratively uneventful. EVALUATIONS In place of the one page critique form, the participants were pro- vided a detailed evaluation which sought to elicit their views anonymously on a range of questions. The questions and the responses are attached for your review; I would, however, like to make these observations. Clearly, there vas an overwhelming consensus that the objectives of the program were met, particularly the objective to update people on the activities of the DDMAS, but there was less agreement, as exemplified in question B, on the length of time needed to accomplish this objective. In another 25X1A question, 81 percent of those responding thought the course should not be moved from since residency fulfilled the second objective of developing Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 acquaintances "in order to enhance future work relationships." Yet, in a question concerning the relevancy of the course as a whole to them, not one of the 37 who responded singled out the importance of new personal relationships to accomplishing their tasks in their present assignments. RECOMMENDATIONS For the January running, I would suggest that we continue to make cosmetic changes and adjustments in the program. For example, evening 25X1A sessions need to be replanned to attract the optimum input and involvement from the participants. We could also eliminate the tour of the 25X1A since nearly all the participants in both courses, I have been associated with have been dissatisfied with the tour. For the March running, I would urge that the Intelligence Institute 25X1A be charged with developing et three day program to be conducted in resi- dency that a package proposal be put together now and that approval be sought from the responsible and interested components of the DDM&S. Following the March running I would urge that consideration be given to making the Management and Services Review: The Trends and Highlights an adjunct to the existing CIA Today and Tomorrow. For example, follow- ing two and half days of CIA Today and Tomorrow in the Headquarters Auditorium, DIMS personnel would be taken, perhaps by bus, to the for an intensive two and half day review of their Directorate. Attachments: Student Roster Course Schedule (2) Class Profile Student Evaluations 25X1A --3-- Course Administrator Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Next 3 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/6Mo: Flicak:n3-9.1,71,Apop 1 mono 0-1 ire 25X1A MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES REVIEW TRENDS AND HIGHLIGHTS Course No. 3-74 (Forty-fifth Running) 10 - 14 December 1973 Seminar Room Administration Buildin OFFICE OF TRAINING Course Administrators: Training Assistant 25X1A Office: Room 926 Chamber of Commerce Building, Ext. 2452 Approved For Release 2000/05RAPrEa=iiiplIfeihN7fAiStki ow:Moil:MD ET CL BY 011208 Approved For Release 2,000/i).590iTbtY15f8lAnIkAT-0001000,30010-1 Monday, 10 December 1000-1020 MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES REVIEW Trends and Highlights //-3-74 10 - 14 December 1973 Welcome 25X1A 25X1A The course begins with a warm welcome from the Chief 25X1A and his staff whose hospitality you will be enjoying this week. The a.-aker will also take the opportunity to briefly explain the missions, func- 1020-1040 Course Administration 1050-1150 CIA Today 25X1A 25X1A Course Administrators, Office of Training 25X1A 111111111111ln Briefing Officer, Intelligence Institute, Office of Training This presentation will cover recent changes in the Agency's organization and CIA's external relationships in the intelligence community, the National Security Council system and other areas. Our speaker will also describe the present organizational structure of the Management and Services Directorate and discuss the rationale behind recent modifications in the structure. 1150-1300 Lunch Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-013572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L Approved For Release 2400/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100Qa0010-1 Monday, 10 December (continued) 1315-1415 Resource Management Today Office of the Comptroller 25X1A You have heard that the Agency and each one of us is expected to "do more with less." Our speaker from the Office of the Comptroller will explain what the resource picture is now and what tighter resources will mean to the Agency as a whole and to us in the Management and Services Directorate. He will cover in some detail the Agency budgeting cycle -- what it is and how it operates -- and discuss current planning and budgetary management practices with particular attention focused on Management by Objectives (ABO) and Zero Base Budgeting. 1430-1530 Agency Financial Thomas B. Yale Operations Director of Finance The Director of Finance will tell about the complex financial operations of the Agency which are the responsibility of his office. He will describe his office's objectives and discuss new simplifying and streamlining techniques as well as the growing use of computers to perform routines as an alternative to people. 1545-1645 Training Agency Alfonso Rodriguez Officers Director of Training The Director of Training, who recently reorganized his Office in order better to prepare Agency officers for the challenges of the Seventies, will talk about the "new look" in OTR and what it means to you. He will describe the courses -- both the internal ones which run the gamut of the intelligence dis- ciplines and the external ones 'which OTR can make available on demand -- the changes in the training methods, the impact of the new technologies on train- ing and finally the role OTR can play in the career development field. SOCIAL HOUR AND DINNER Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-0_3512A0100100030010-1 Approved For Release 2400k3PdTtikkbfrilg-&kAA1000100 010-1 Monday, 10 December (continued) 1900-2015 FILMS (optional) "The Ultimate Machine" This 27 minute film on the world of computers and their uses comes highly recommended by Agency experts as a non-technical and well balanced introduc- tion to the subject. "Future Shock" This film succinctly presents analysis and conclusions of the impact of rapid change on U.S. society and culture. Approved For Release 2000R/Op .1.,CIATF9Fpipi5pff00100030010-1 25X1A P-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L Approved For Release,2,000?1:5-5/06: CIA-RDP78-03572A0001001.30010-1 Tuesday, 11 December 0830-0915 Computers in CIA 25X1A Director of Joint Computer Support The computer is here in the Agency to stay -- as an information processor, as an analytical tool and as an assistant to managers and management. If you aren't already aware, you will find that the computer is increasingly affect- ing your working lives in CIA. The Director of Joint Computer Support will acquaint you with current Agency uses of computer systems and describe the role and responsibilities of his Office. How to get computer support and assistance from OJCS, as well as his views on the future computer use, will be topics the speaker will explore with you. 0930-1030 An Example of the Use of the Computer in the MO 25X1A Office of Joint Computer Support The Management and Services Directorate has been a major user of the computer since the early 1960's. The effort to upgrade and tie together the various uses, called Management Assistance Programs (MAP) is beginning to pay off in results. Our speaker will explain, in laymen's terms what MAP is, how it works, what problems it solves, who it serves, as well as other questions which will help you to appreciate the role this particular program plays in the MO. Where appropriate, the speaker will expand to describe other pro- grams. 1045-1130 Equal Opportunity in CIA 25X1A Director of Equal Employment Opportunity Programs The Director of Central Intelligence is firmly committed to achieving equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all CIA employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The Director, EEO will first present the Agency's past record for hiring minority group members and women, compare that record with that in another similar agency, and then cover the Agency's 1974 Affirmative Action REO Plan. In this discussion he will emphasize the prob- lems we face, the directives he has received from the DCI, and the role that all Agency supervisors have in fulfilling the Plan. He hopes to solicit the views of the students on each of the action items within the Plan. Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Tuesday, 11 December (continued) 1130-1215 Lunch 1225-1310 Personnel Benefits and Services 25X1A Chief, Benefits and Services Division, Office of Personnel We begin the coverage of the Office of Personnel on a happy note by hearing from Benefits and Services as these are the people who work to make our lives a little easier and our dollars stretch a little further. They not only run the "Company Store" and the insurance office but also perform other important services for you and the Agency. The speaker will identify the high points of the Office's functions and tell about some of the current problems his Office now faces in carrying out its mission. 1315-1400 Retiring from CIA 25X1A Chief, Retirement Affairs Division, Office of Personnel Although not many of you are ready to retire, it is an event and a subject in which you should have some interest from both a personal and professional viewpoint. Overwhelming evidence is at hand to show that those who make some conscious preparation for retirement enjoy secure and happy retirements. A personal interest in the subject is there for each of you; and it will become more apparent as the years go by. From a professional point of view, you should, as members of the Directorate of Management and Services, have a knowledge of what the function of retirement provides for the employees of CIA and what the function has done for the Agency. The Speaker will cover all aspects of the Agency's program of retirement services and will describe how retirement has been a useful tool in contributing to management goals. Ample time will be allowed for questions and answers. 1415-1515 The Agency and Its People in the Seventies Finally, the Director of Personnel will offer his views Office. Fred Janney, Director of Personnel on the trends in his Approved For Release 2000/85n : plf-M8-,937AI000100030010-1 Approved For Release 200&051*TCTAIlkf*81T-Eli-5+2k0001octa3oolo-1 Tuesday, 11 December (continued) 1515-1700 Informal Discussion and Reading 1900-2100 SOCIAL HOUR AND DINNER Advising Management: A New Input into the Management Process PANEL: Chairman, MBAG Chairman, FINSAG Representative to Employees Advisory Group, OTR 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A A new forum, known generically as Advisory Groups, has begun to flourish throughout the Agency, in our Directorate and in component offices. These are mechanisms for management to reach outside the vertical organizational structure and get insights and views of the employees into the managerial process. They also provide employees with an opportunity to get their ideas to the attention of the highest levels of Agency management. In an informal evening session, representatives from the Management & Services Advisory Group (MSAG)and component offices will describe how their particular organizations function, the purpose they serve and the issues with which they deal. There wili then be an opportunity to explore with the panel members those things of concern to you. --6-- Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L 25X1A 25X1A T- I-A -L Approved For Release ,?,000/051o8 : CiA-KDP78-03572A0001001130010-1 Wednesday, 12 December 0815-0830 25X1A 25X1A 0845,1015 Communications in the Seventies Deputy Director of Communications Your visit will begin with an overview of the Office of Communi- cations by the Deputy Director and manager of the largest of all Agency offices. The major emphasis of his presentation will be on the current activities and problems of the Office as well as its future plans and programs. One problem which will be discussed is the one of how Comma hopes to meet the rising de- mand for vital communications during a period of declining resources. 1030-1200 Training Communicators 25X1A Office of Communica- tions Services/Career Management Division/ 25X1A 25X1A The Chief of will briefly describe the activities of this modern and technically advanced training complex. The class will then split into four groups and tour the training facilities and radio station base. 1200-1245 Lunch 1245-1300 Covert Communication: 25X1A In Support of Agency Chief Office of Com- Operations munications Engineer- ing/Covert Engineering Division/Covert Com- munications Facility The Office of Communications maintains a facility for system development, storage, test and repair of Covert Communication equipment used in support of (continued) Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 0-0-N-F- I- D-E-N-T- I-A -L 25X1A Approved For Release 2.o0o9081dirF. CIAlk60/foi5hh000100.030010-1 Wednesday, 12 December (continued) Agency operational activities. Following a brief introduction to the Covert Communication facility you will tour the facility and have an opportunity to see some of the equipment that the Office of Communications uses to support covert operations. 1300-1430 TOUR - Covert Communications Facility 143o-1445 1500-1550 Developments in the John Tietjen, M.D. Office of Medical Services Director of Medical Services The Office of Medical Services does a. lot more than give you a physical exam when you ROD. The Director of Medical Services will elaborate on what other services are provided for you in both a, professional capacity and in your per- sonal life. He will identify problems within the Agency which concern the medical and psychiatric staff and describe the programs the Office has res- ponded with to alleviate these problems. Finally, he will cover the plans the Medical Services Staff would like to implement in the near future. 1600-1650 The Clinical Division's Quest 25X1A Chief, Clinical Division, Office of Medical Services The Clinical Division is one of the four Divisions of the Office of Medical Services and has as one of its responsibilities recommendations on the physical fitness of Agency employees. The Chief of this Division will share his views on how his staff carries out this important responsibility. He will also present: a. The Clinical Division's Accomplishments (Highlights) by way of Techni- cal Capability Augmentation and Professional Capability Refinement. b. The Clinical Division's Goals (Trends) in the area of Medical Services, Research and Development and Rapport. Approved For Release 2000/8564i:FlfICET8-,p3R100100030010-1 (continued) 25X1A Approved For Release 20.00/65108N:-81-klid118:133i7A600100020010-1 Wednesday, 12 December (continued) A question and answer period could include an analysis of some of the major health problems of Agency employees and what it means to have "Medical Hold" placed on your file. SOCIAL HOUR AND DINNER 1900-2000 FILM (optional) "Damage Report" Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L Approved For Release 2000/85./(0e:-6a4itgrika'difiki00100030010-1 Thursday, 13 December 08/15-1215 The Office of Security Today Howard Osborn Director of Security and Representatives from Security The Director of the Office of Security will present a broad overview of the missions and functions of his Office, touching upon new developments and cur- rent trends in all branches of security?personnel, technical and physical. He will spend some time talking about the new challenges and the changing nature of the security threat which faces CIA today, such as leaks of classi- fied information to the press and bomb threats by terrorists. He will describe how his Office has responded to these threats. The Director of Security will be followed by a member of his Office who will fill you in on many of the details of the role of security today with emphasis upon the activities of personnel and physical security. The class will then move to the gymnasium to hear from an officer from Secu- rity's Technical Division. You will hear of the challenges in this area which the Agency faces from an increasingly sophisticated opposition. The speaker will demonstrate techniques the opposition has employed to penetrate US in- stallations overseas and will show you equipment the security officers use to prevent, detect and neutralize these penetrations. 25X1A 1315-1400 Records Management in CIA Today Special Assistant for Information Control The flow of information is what sustains the intelligence process, and manag- ing this flow is a function which falls to the Information Systems Analysis Staff. The Chief of this Staff will give you some appreciation for the para- meters of data flow and provide you with some insight into the meaning of records management in today's environment. Our speaker will then expand his discussion to include some of the other functions of his staff which would not naturally be associated with records management; for example, his staff is responsible for meeting the requirements of the Freedom of Information Law. He will also describe what word processing means and the role his office plays in the new field. Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L 25X1A Approved For Release 2,000M-59dTbkia5gii-A-A-A001000.30010-1 Thursday, 13 December (continued) 1415-1500 Think Small: The Agency Micrographics Program Systems Analyst, Microfilm Programs Branch One method for facilitating the handling and storage of information is to re- duce its bulk size. The Chief of the Microfilm Branch will take you on a fascinating and delightful trip through the tiny world of Micrographics. You will discover the great potential micrographics offers for controlling over- burdened and sometimes inefficient paperwork systems and hopefully come away with a better understanding of how this technology might well serve your own or your office's information storage needs. 1515-1610 Tour of the Records Center 25X1A 25X1A Chief, Agency Archives and 25X1A Chief, Agency Record Center Located at is the Agency facility for housing the records and archives. Following a brief introduction to the Records Center, you will have an opportunity to see at first hand the complexity and enormity of manag- ing Agency records today and to hear about the Center's existing capabilities and plans for the future. SOCIAL HOUR AND DINNER 1900-2000 Printing for the Seventies 25X1A Chief, Printing Services Division, Office of Logistics An entertaining and informative film about the printing services world will give you an appreciation of how the Printing Services Division keeps pace with the changing demands of the customers to provide services for a variety of in- telligence publications. You will also get a flavor for the equipment and the technologies involved in printing Agency publications. The Chief of the Printing Services Division mill be on hand to cover some of the very recent developments in his Office and to demonstrate to you some of the newer tech- niques which have affected his Office. You will then have an opportunity to ask questions. Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-0,3572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 25X1A Friday, 14 December 0830-1100 An Overview of the Office of Logistics g*aaasJ; hertbAS Director of Logistics end Representatives The Director of Logistics will present an overview of recent developments within his Office, particularly now that hostilities in Southeast Asia have abated. He will identify significant factors -- both within the Agency and externally -- which will influence the future course of his Office. The Director of Logistics will be followed by divisional representatives who will pinpoint the important trends in their components and trace their probable evolution over the next few years. 1115-1200 The Special Support Assistant 25X1A Deputy; Special Support Assistant Although the Management and Services Directorate is organized to serve the entire Agency, the unique requirements of the Directorate of Operations re- quire that major portions of the M&S effort be concentrated there, particular- ly in the overseas field stations. The Deputy Special Support Assistant will describe his role in assuring adequate, proper, and timely support to the DDO and in serving as the focal point for the DDO and the DDM&S in the resolu- tion of problems of mutual concern. 1200-1300 Lunch 1315-1430 A Perspective on the Robert S es Management and Services Associate Director Directorate for Management and Services During this week you have devoted considerable time to learning the "nuts and bolts" of the operations of the offices and components of the Directorate. Nov, it is time for the big picture and the broad trends. The Associate Di- rector for Management and Services will survey current issues and problems which confront and concern his Directorate's operations. He will identify various factors which are likely to influence or change the future course of DDM&S activities. --12-- Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 C-0-N-F-I-D-E-N-T-I-A-L Approved For Release Z000908/CACTAIR6PW0i5iTit00010000010-1 Friday, 14 December (continued) 1430-1500 Final Administration --13-- 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/85/00$: Fltr17.13FRAR00100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 Directorates: MANAGEMMT AND SERVICES REVIEW TRENDS & HIGHLIGHTS 10 - 14 December 1973 Class Profile DIMS -- 25 Career Trainees -- 13 DDS&T -- 3 DDI -- 2 Total -- 43 Age Average: 34.1 Range : 20 - 53 years Grade Average: 9.0 Range : 5.0 - 14.0 Agency Service Average: 7.5 Range : 3 months - 25 + years (total years 325/43) Approved For Release 2000/05/08 : CIA-RDP78-03572A000100030010-1 A S. 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