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November 27, 1972
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L_J 3 CEASSIPffoved Fl ~ 001/08/31 :CIA-RDP7"62Q0 j0W-..002-7 LJ SECRET ,cc nsal v ROUTING AND RECORD SHEET SUBJECT: (Optional) Federal Executive Institute's Special Seminar on Foreign Policy FROM: EXTENSION NO. DTP. - - -- - - - 1026, C of C 3245 DATE 7 N) OV 1972 TO: (Officer designation, room number, and DA TE OFFICER'S COMMENTS (Number each comment to show from whom building} INITIALS to whom. Draw a line across column after each comment.) RECEIVED FORWARDED I. DDS 7D-26, HQ Your briefing of the Federal Executive Institute's Special 2. Seminar on Foreign Policy is scheduled for 1300 hours on -------__-_-- __-__ ..- ----__-- ---- 28 November 1972 in the DDI Con- __--_ - ER ference Room (7E-32). 7E-12, HQ our talk the 14 Following y 4. STA INTL FEI visitors will be briefed on Panama by Member timates l E f N ti d B f h - - - ------ - S s a ona o e oar o t 5 Exec Dir-Compt. and ONE. One of MMMMr 7D-59, HQ STA INTL the group, is Thi --- - --- - - - - s a member of the Agency. 6. briefing, scheduled for 1345, was arranged at the special request of - th h l ff ----- e p prepare to e the FFI sta 7 groin for a field trip to Panama the following day. Today the group S h ------- _-.-_-_-- tate e is being briefed at t Department on Panama by Country Director Morey Bell grid Ambassador - - - - - - - - - ` -- David Ward. 9. Attached is a list of FFI - } -- - students and faculty attending and 10. a letter to DTR from. Donald Nuechterlein, FEI Staff Coordinator - - - ' _-- - - of 8 f ovember requesting the il. briefing. 12. ST 4TINTL 13. i j HUGH T. CUNNINGS Director of Training 14. Att; r' I 15. Approved For Releas 2001/0 /31 : CI -RDP78- 6207A000200070002-7 pproved For R se 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-062Q7AO 00070002-7 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION FEDERAL. EXECUTIVE INSTITUTE ROUTE 29 NORTH CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 22903 Mr. Hugh T. Cunningham Director of Training Cenfral Intelligence Agency Washington, D.C. 20505 NOV 8 1972 Dear Hugh: This is a follow-up to our telephone conversation two weeks ago when I asked for an Agency briefing on Panama for a group of twelve federal executives who will visit Panama later this month as part of my foreign policy seminar. Enclosed for your information is the roster of seminar participants, all of whom are. senior employees of the U.S. government:. is from CIA. The preferred time for this briefing is Tuesday, November 28, in the early afternoon. We will be at the Pentagon in the morning and would enjoy the opportunity to have lunch at your Headquarters. We will, of course, pay for our meals. The briefing could then take place from 1:30 until 3:00 p.m. We discussed what level of classification the briefing should be, and I am of the view that it is best to handle this group the same as you would a group of business executives whose reliability is not in question. Each member of this group is a responsible executive in the federal service, and they understand that our briefings in State, Defense and with you are completely off-the-record. Our main interest is to obtain good background knowledge about the politics, culture and economics of Panama so that we can better judge the future of relations between that country and the United States, particularly as treaty negotiations on the Canal Zone resume. We will receive briefings from Country Director Morey Bell, and Ambassador David Ward in the State Department on November 27. It would greatly simplify our logistics if you could arrange for the group to be picked up at the Pentagon at 12:00 noon, as you did on a previous occasion. We can take cabs back to ~shington at 3:00 p.m. if your office would order them. Approved For Release 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06207A000200070002-7 Approved For Re1se 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06207A0qW00070002-7 These visits of my seminar to CIA have proved to be so worthwhile in the past that I feel we should try to include it in each foreign policy field trip. I am pleased that we are able to work this one out for November 28. DONALD E. NUECHTERLEIN Professor and Seminar Coordinator Approved For Release 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06207A000200070002-7 pproved For Reeewse 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06207A0 ?300070002-7 ' U.S, CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION FEDERAL EXECUTIVE INSTITUTE ROUTE 29 NORTH I CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 22903 Field Trip: November 27 - December 2, 1972 Seminar Coordinator:' Dr. Donald E. Nuechterlein, Professor of International Affairs Federal Executive Institute Participants: Harvard G. Borchardt, Assistant Director for. Regulations and Administrative Rulings, Office of Labor-i?Ianagement & Welfare,.- Pension Reports,' Labor-Management Services-Administration, Pe-par. tment of Labor, ,Silver Spring, ""'aryland James K. Cooper, Bruce F. Carson, George C. Deutsch, Deputy Director, Bureau of Compliance, Federal Maritime Commission, Washington, D.C. Deputy Associate Director for. Program Planning and Evaluation, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Bethesda, Maryland Director, Materials and Structures Division, Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D. C. Pauline A. Ellison, Director of Personnel, D. C. Redevelopment Land Agency, Washington, D. C. Betty Jane Jones,.. Deputy Principal Officer, American Consulate General, Department of State, Calcutta, India John E. Lee, Jr., Director, Farm Production Economics Division, Economic Research Service, Dcpar.tment of Agriculture, Washington, 1). Scientific Advisor to the Director of Research and Development, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D. C? Gerald J. 11ossinghof.f, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Approved For Re1easW42d6'1af39 cIA-*DP78-06207A000200070002-7 Approved For Release 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06207A000200070002-7 Nor Poster of Participants (continued) Joseph W. Slavin, Associate Director for Resource Utilization, National Marine Fisheries .Services, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Conrnerce, Washington, D. C. Harold G. Thompson, Deputy Regional Administrator, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Boston, Massachusetts Derek Walters, Head, Surface Ship and Surveillance, Sonar Department, Naval Underwater Systems Center, New London Laboratory, Department of'the Navy, New London, Connecticut Arthur J. Collinson, Assistant Regional Commissioner (Administration), Internal Revenue Service, Central Region, Department of the Treasury, Cincinnati, Ohio Approved For Release 2001/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06207A000200070002-7