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CIA INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2004/10/27 : CIA-RDP78M02660R000300110012-1 AT Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 3 Wednesday - I September 1976 ST 0 25 12. LIAISON Stopped by the office of Senator Jacob K. Javits (R. , N. Y. ) and in the absence of Ste ohen Sklar left with the receptionist a suggested reply to a constituent, 1 -1 ST I who had forwarded a publication of .Alekesei Romanoff restating his oft mentioned claims against the U. S. Government. 13. LIAISON Stopped by the Senate Armed Services Committee and left with Jack Ticer a copy of a security termination oath for 1-Iyrnan Fine, who has recently retired from the Committee staff, to sign. to a meeting with George Pickett, a recent addition to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence staff, who will be working on budget matters. I briefed him on the compartmented areas for which he will be granted access clearance. I advised him that I had requested our Office of Security to transfer all of the other clearances from which he was recently debriefed when he left active military service. The Office of Security has been advised that Pickett has been briefed. 14. I I LIAISON Accompanied 15. I I LIAISON Met with Ed Glass, on the staff of the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, and obtained from him the necessary security documentation for compartmented clearances for which he had gotten security approval recently. LIAISON Accompanied 25 25 luncheon with James Price and Richard Preece, both from the Congressional. Research Service of the Library of Congress. We discussed the characteristics of the SCORPIO legislative data system used by the Library and the possible use of the system by the Agency. (See Memorandum for the Record. ) CIA INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2004/10/27 : CIA-RDP78M02660R000300110012-1 Approved For Releas$ 204 dN~fflEMPt~266OR000300110012-1 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 4 Wednesday - 8 September 1976 15. LEGISLATION Called Nanette Blandin, OMB, and asked her for the status of the two deputies legislation. She told me that it was still tied up with questions regarding executive level and supergrade positions for the Intelligence Community Staff. I questioned whether it was necessary to consider these two items together and I asked her to do what she could to expedite clearance of the legislation. She said she would call me the next day and let me know what she was able to do. 16. LIAISON Sam I-Ioskinson, NSC Staff, called to inform me of his meeting with Bill Miller, Staff Director, and Rick Inderfurth, staff of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. He said Miller and Inderfurth's main interest was in how the OAG does its job. Hoskinson said they also discussed the set-up of the Committee's different Subcommittees and their purpose and what would be expected of them. I thanked Hoskinson for keeping me informed. 17. LIAISON Spoke with Mr. Andrews, Official House Reporters, and requested a copy of the open portion of today's proceedings of the I-louse Committee on Standards of Official Conduct. I previously checked with Bill Arbogast, on the Committee staff, and he suggested that I call Mr. Andrews. A courier later picked up the transcript and it was delivered to Assistant to the DDCI, per their request. 18. Spoke to Sigrid, on the staff of Senator William E. Brock (R. , Tenn.). She requested a copy of the Agency study on military and economic aid by the USSR and the People's Republic of China to underdeveloped nations. The 1 September Wall Street Journal had an article relating to this report:. Later in the day a copy of the report entitled ''Communist Aid to Less Developed Countries of the. Free World, 1.975'' was sent to her and she was advised- Ica L) 1-1 1~ A 25 Approved For Release 2004/10/27 : CIA-RDP78MO266OR000300110012-1 Approved or e e se 2CQN~,~A7,8M02660R000300110012-1 JOURNAL OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL Tuesday - 14 September 1976 1. I LIAISON GAO Mr. Zanardi and Mr. Watson, GAO, came out to read some classified economic material on several Middle East states. We went over the material and agreed to provide them with two documents and extracts from other reports which they will return to us and maintain in a safe. They requested a political briefing on Egypt and we agreed to provide one on 20 September at 10:00 a. m. 2. I INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING Accompanied Jim Lilley, NIO/China, to a briefing of Senator John Glenn.(D., Ohio) in connection with his upcoming trip to China. The Senator was primarily interested in military and technological developments, but there was also a good hit of discussion on the Chinese leadership. Senator Glenn hopes to be invited to visit some Chinese weapons or space facilities and asked for reports on the Chinese space and weapons programs. Lilley is gathering a package of materials. I arranged with Senator Glenn and subsequently with Ben Marshall, Security Director, Senate Select Co:rnxnittee on Intelligence, for these materials to be delivered to the Select Committee offices on a daily basis and for Senator Glenn to review them there. 3. LIAISON Called Homer McMurray, Official House Reporters, to inquire whether there was an open portion of today's proceedings before the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct. McMurray said'-that only the preliminaries were in open session and I told him that we were not interested in getting a copy of today's session but would like to have a copy of tomorrow's session at which Daniel Schorr will testify. He said it would be available for a courier to pick up Thursday morning. Assistant to the DDCI, has been advised. 4. I ILIAISON Charles Sorrels, Congressional Budget Office staff, called to express his appreciation for the briefing which he had received at the Agency last week. He said that he learned a great deal and the information had been very helpful. He made a request for two maps, which I said I would see that he got. OCI, was advised of Sorrels' appreciation for the briefing. CON F1 n I,,ITI11 I I 1_l v I o e1, 25 25 25 Approved For Rele*se 2004/10/27 : CIA-RDP78MO266ORQ00300110012-1