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Approved For Release 2002/05/02 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000500160025-2 MEMORANDUM FOR: Deputy Director for Administration SUBJECT ? Report of Voluntary Separations;, GS-12 and Above Staff Employees - Second Quarter FY-76 -76 1. This memorandum is for your information only. 2. Attached herewith are seven interview reports on staff employees, GS-12 and above, who resigned during the period 1 October through 31 December 1975. A statistical comparison of voluntary separations at this grade level from FY-70 to the present is also attached. 3. The seven resignees (6 males and 1 female) were from the DCI area (1), DDA (1), DDI (2) and DDS&T (3) ; and. were in grades 12 (3), 13 (1), 14 (2) and 18 (1). Their years of government ser- vice ranged from 2 to 13 (for an average of 8); and their ages from 29 to 37 (for an average of 35). The number of transfers to other government agencies during this quarter (2 of 7Wrehresentingp- xce 290) compares favorably to a 5-year average of 26%. tion of one employee, the reasons given by these resignees for their decisions to leave the Agency were not unusual (advancement: 2; career change: 2; family or personal: 2). The one was a GS-14 Commo Officer whose very strong disagreement with high- level Agency policy--which he had brought to the attention of senior Agency officials--caused him to resign after more than 13 years service without any prospect of other employment. 4. The number of voluntary resignations in this quarter (7) is the second lowest recorded for a second quarter since FY-70 and is lower by 4 than the previous quarter of FY-76. As the statis- tical summary in paragraph 5 indicates, the total of 18 voluntary resignations in grades GS-12 and above for the first two quarters of FY-76 is little more than one-half of the average for the first two quarters (34) of the previous six Fiscal Years. We are unable at this time to draw any meaningful conclusion from the sharp drop in the number of resignations in this group; however, we suspect it is probably reflective of the labor market and is possibly temporary. v B' Approved For Release 2,J.Q2/Q5/,Q2 CIA~RDP79-40498AOOO50O160025-2 Approved For Release 200"2/05102: CIP RDR79 00498A000 00160025-2 4. Following is a statistical comparison of voluntary resig- nations for each Fiscal Year since 1970: FY-70 FY-71 FY-72 FY-73 FY-74 FY-75 FY-76 2nd Qtr 21 6 10 11 13 19 7 1st 2 Qtrs 43 22 33 27 40 42 18 Annual 83 40 47 56 71 69 -- Attachments Director of PeYsonnel Approved For Rele se 2802/05/02 :,,CIA-RDP7-9700498A0P,0400160025-2 ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2002/05/02 CIA-RDP79-00498A000500160025-2 VOLUNTARY SEPARATIONS STAFF EMPLOYEES GS-12 AND ABOVE 4th Qtr 3rd Qtr 2nd Qtr 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 1st Qtr FY 76 FY 77 FY 78 ~FY 79 ADMINISTRATIVE - .INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2002/05/02 CIA-RDP79-00498A000500160025-2 ADMINISTRATIVE _ INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Release 2002/05/02 : CIA-RDP79-00498A000500160025-2 VOLUNTARY SEPARATIONS STAFF EMPLOYEES GS-12 AND ABOVE 4th Qtr 3rd Qtr 2nd Qtr 1st Qtr FY 70 TOTALS Q-'~ 4th Qtr 4th Qtr 4th Qtr 3rd Qtr 2nd Qtr 1st Qtr 3rd Qtr 2nd Qtr 1st Qtr FY 71 FY 72 an 47 3rd. Qtr 2nd Qtr 1st Qtr 4th Qtr 3rd Qtr 2nd Qtr FY 73 FY 74 56 71 ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USSEE p Approved For Release 2002/05/02 CIA-RDP79-00498A000aL 01I0025-2 STATINTL >TATI NTH 6. OFFICE OF ASSUUEdENT 113. INTI1I:V1EU REPORT STATINEIL DCI/ICS - a r r.- F~ ? 1 i A ..~. ._~.. Lc CIAS SIFI,`i Io .. { ~,ti, ~7C7 ft Approved For Release 2002%05%02y 'CIt~-09i~~$0;(~TE~" "?"? -" ` """ EXIT IE TE.RV'IEti'I 10 October 1975 7. INTERVIEV!tR 1.4 October 1.973 8. OCCUPATIONAL TITLE GS-18 I Coniptro11er- IC It. DATE OF RESIGNATION 117. SEPARATION CATEGORY 10 October 1975 1 1,AJ,00,3,1 t Mr. is leaving the Agency after 2 years service to work as a Deputy Assistant Secretary at the State Department. His attitude STATI N1TL totiw,aras the Agency and his experience here was very favorable and he stressed that he was being pulled to the new job, not pushed. Mr. takes care of its people and that he was particularl.yimpressed with the Executive Medical Program and EOD examination. In addition, he stated that he was impressed with the Agency in general and its people and that he enjoyed his work here. F 3P M oil r, L r 1 C. r P. t v 1 0 U I [. 1'..d: ) i` E IAtiUE7 C.l 6Y Approved For Release 2OO2TO5 02 :5GlA tDP79-OO49SA0005 25-2- - - -- - r . ;~z r r+ CL~AS31FICATION.... Approved For Release 2002/05/02 : CIA-RDP79-00498A0 001600226?TE TATINTL GS-14 C:ommo off-Se:c 11. DATE OF RESIGNATION SEPARATION CATEGORY I,BL,00,1,1 Mr.O is resigning from the Agency effective 28 November 7.975 because of his disagreement with high level Agency policy as stated in his letter of resignation, His reason for resigning was discussed with high level A enc officials and memoranda covering these inter- views are. in Mr. Official Personnel Folder. Mr.O has a high regard for the Agency and believes that he was treated fairly, advancing from a GS-06-to a GS-14 in his thirteen years with the Agency. He leaves without a firm commitment of other employment. However, he is very confident in his ability to find suitable employment outside the Agency. In this regard, he stated he is working with Mr.~ of OP/EEAB. The Office of Communications stated that Mr. should he reapply for Agency employment. STATINTL is reempl.oyable 24 November 1975 EXIT INTERVIEW FORM p~ ORSOLET# PREVIOUS f i ?'r ".^"' ~.~..;A 5p._ i ~a `~ ?" ..-..., (4) 3.73 971 EDITIONS .'. .3 1..::_.;.;_.. - '" __ ... '-_ ? .^ arr E IMPOET CL. BY:_- AIrlrroved For Release 2002/05fO2ss ClA~'RDP79-00498Ad00560 T STATI NT Rppruveu EXIT INTERVI NAME (Z.,c F:. :et, Middle) 6. OFFICE OF ASSIGNMENT DI)S&T/OTS SD 10. LONGEVITY COMPUTATION DATE R 1 February 1963 13. INTERVIEW REPORT 5TATINTL 29 Sept 1929 7. GRADE 8. OCCUPATIONAL TITLE { GS-14 . I 'Physical Scientist STATIN L Mr is leaving the Agency to work for the Energy Research & Development Administration. He stated that his principal reason for leaving was that other employees in the area of his responsibility were being promoted to GS-15 and he remains a GS-14. He further .stated he is better qualified and has done better work than some of the employees being promoted. Under the circumstances, he decided it was time for him to leave the Agency. He will be picked up by the' Energy Research & Development Administration-without a break in service with a promotion as a GS-15, step 2. His secondary reason for leaving is that he will be working in a field. more his educational background and .experience. He'has a degree in geology and worked with a major oil company in oil explora-- tion and as a drilling contractor in New Mexico before coming to the Agency. >TATINTI[ Mr. has an excellent file and received a Certificate of Dis- tinction in December 1968 for superior performance in developing and applying advanced techniques to field operations. He stated he was pleased with the Agency and someday might reapply for. employment. He indicated that the Agency management was second to none and he wasn't lacking for any training needed to perform his duties. He will work in the Washington area for ERF1DA for the next two years and after that he may be sent to another area in the. United States. uib szazee tnat i'ir. Agency employment. 4-73 t ?' T' ? Approved For" Ftele'-it6 EW is rcemployable should. he reapply for .~=dOiR'00050~~