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Approved For Release 2000/O lIvf"CFA-rRDP79-015 A000400020003-8 25X1A ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORATE REVIEW: TRENDS AND HIGHLIGHTS Course #t.-76 (Fifty-sixth Running) 13 - 16 April 1976 'stration Buildin Intelligence Institute OFFICE OF TRAINING 25X1A Course Administrator Training Assistant OFFICE: Room 926 Chamber of Commerce Building, Extension 2+52 Approved For Release 2000/08/15: CIA-RDP79-01590A000400020003-8 S-E-C-R-E-T Aft Approved For Release 2000/08"iGCMERDP79-015 A000400020003-8 ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORATE REVIEW: TRENDS AND HIGHLIGHTS Objective The objective of the course is to update DDA careerists' knowledge and understanding of current activities, problems and trends in the Directorate and its various offices. Approved For Release 2000/08/15: CIA-RDP79-01590A000400020003-8 S-E-C-R-E-T - Approved For Release 2000/0$%' 5C-CIA- E-TRDP79-015WA000400020003-8 ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORATE REVIEW: TRENDS-AND HIGHLIGHTS #'-76, 13 - 16 April 1976 25X1A Tuesday, 13 April 0911.5 Check-In 1000..- 1020 Welcome 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A The course begins with a welcome from the'Director and staff whose hospitality you.will. be enjoying this week. Our speaker will also take the opportunity to briefly explain the missions, functions and location of each of the four stations which make up here we are located.' 25X1A 1020 - 1050 Course Administration and Instruction ce o raining 25X1A 1100 - 1200 Readings: DDA/History and Functions DDA/Personnel Management Handbook 1200 - 1300 Lunch 1300 - 1+00 Training Agency Personnel Deputy Director of Training 25X1A One of the major concerns of DDA careerists is to learn what types of training are available to Agency officers. ill describe new ` 25X1A training requirements and what is being done to meet them. Approved For Release 2000/08/ 5 pj I P79-01590A000400020003-8 Approved For Release 2000/081STg':CCYiAERDP79-0159 A000400020003-8 25X1A Tuesday, 13 April (continued) 1+15 - 1515 Developments' in our. Charles A. Bohrer, M.D. Medical Services Director of Medical Services This will be an open forum on the features of the Agency's medical program. Our speaker will cover the various facets of this program from both the headquarters and overseas standpoint. 1530 - 1630 The Status of Women in the Agency Deputy Director of EEO, CIA, and Federal Women's Program Coordinator The speaker will discuss the progress of wo.lenprofessionals in CIA. She will refer to.activity in this regard in other agencies,. pointing up likely developments and.. problems in affirmative action in the future. 25X1A 1900 - 2030 The Agency and Its People in the 70s Director personnel The Agency is using new tools for personnel management -- Annual Personnel Plan (APP) and Personnel Development Program (PDP), Our speaker will des- cribe these and offer his views on trends which affect personnelmanage- ment in the Agency. Approved For Release 2000/08/15: CIA-RDP79-0159OA000400020003-8 S -E-C-R-E-T Approved For Release 2000/0%7gvF' &-RDP79-01MA000400020003-8 Wedn esda):, 11L April 0830 - 0930 Agency Financial Operations Thomas B, Yale Director of Finance Agency financial operations are quite complex. Our speaker will describe some of them to you. He will also cover new streamlining.techniques and the increasing use of computers which have been adopted by Finance to per- form routine tasks. 25X1 A 09+5 - 1045 The Freedom of Information Act, the Privacy Act and Their ie , n orma ion Impact on CIA and Privacy Staff The Freedom of Information Act and the more recent Privacy Act have al- ready had considerable impact on the working methods and procedures of 25X1A Government agencies, including CIA. will examine these acts, noting CIA's reaction to them. He will explore some of the problems raised for future management and personnel. 25X1A 1100 - 1200 MBO in the Administration Directorate Special Assistant to the Director of Training Our speaker formerly Assistant for Resources, DD/A, will discuss the basic MBO theory; variations of its theory; the problems in institutional MBO systems in the public sector; and finally, the DD/A MBO System -- that we're doing now and some perspectives for the future. 1200 - 1330 Lunch 1300 - 1+30 Managing the Agency's Records: Problems and Prospects 25X1A Chief,, e a ons Control Branch 25X1A Chief, Micrographics Branch and DC/ISAS 25X1A ecords AdministratiBranch 25X1A ie , ge y Archives Approved For Release 2000/08/ P79-01590A000400020003-8 Approved For Release 2000108AI'ICAER'bP79-015*A000400020003-8 Wednesday, 14 April (continued) The Information Systems Analysis Staff (ISAS) performs a. wide range of. Agency functions: managing the Agency records (including classification and declassification) and micrographics programs, providing for the tem- porary and permanent storage of official Agency recordsj.coo:rdinating word processing and copy machine, acquisitions, and the editing and control of Agency regulations. Our speakers willtifighlight significant trends.. 25X1A 25X1A 1445 - 1545 Overview of the Records Center and Tour Our presence affords us the opportunity to visit the Agency Records Center an rc ives. Following a brief introduction in the class- room we will have a chance to see this at first hand. 1600 - 1645 DDA Management and Advisory Group 25X1A In 1973 the Deputy Director for Management and Services established the Management and Services Advisory Group (MSAG). Nov called the,Administra= tion Directorate Management Advisory Group (ADMAG),its purpose is to identify and study issues and problems affecting plans,.programs and ac- tions of the Administration Directorate and to make recommendations. SOCIAL HOUR AND DIITNL'R 1900 - 2030, Support to Station Operations specia.L support Assistant to the DDA 25X1A 25X1A A panel of senior Agency officers chosen from.the DDA and the DDO will explore the support provided by the Administration Directorate at both the headquarters and the overseas station level. The Special Support Assistant will provide an overview of DDA support describing his role in assuring adequate and timely support to the DDO and in serving as a focal point for the DDO and the DDA in resolution of problems of mutual concern. A second panel member who is Chief of Support for a large area division will survey the many functions and activities of the headquarters element,- in support of overseas stations and discuss those which most occupy his attention and time. The third member will discuss the management of an overseas installation in terms of operational as well as administrative matters. Approved For Release 2000/08/i5-_CLA-RDP79-0159OA000400020003-8 S-E-C-R-E-T Approved For Release 2000/05/15: CIA-RDP79-016WA000400020003-8 Thursday, 15 April 0345 - 09145 Communications in the Next Decade 25X1A Your visit will begin with an overview of the Office of.Cori- rnunications by the Deputy Director. Our speaker will describe some very ini:c?restin,,. new technolo ies being employed to meet the rising demand for vital communications during a period of declinin;, resources, 25X1 A 0911..5 - 1000 Travel 1000 - 1215 Training in Agent and Staff Communications 25X1A The Chief will briefly describe the activities of this modern and technically advanced complex and its nei;_hbor, the Laboratory, where agent communications equipmentis made.. Following his remarks, the class will be divided into groups and will tour the training facilities. 25X1 A 1215 -.1230 Return 1230 - 1300 Lunch 1300 - 1+00 The Office of Logistics Michael J. Malanick Director of Logistics As the world situation has changed in the last two years, and as CIA's role has changed: to match, the 0ffi;ce. of Loris tics has had to modify its opera- tions to meet these changes. Our speaker will describe some of these modifications and will identify significant factors that he believes will influence future logistic activities. 25X1A 25X1A -5-- Approved For Release 2000/08/15E_PJ,,pP79-01590A000400020003-8 Approved For Release 2000/08FFi;- E I# RDP79-015 A000400020003-8 Thursday; 15 April (continued) 1+15 - 1515 CIA's Computer Systems Clifford_ D. May, -Deputy-- Director, Office of Joint Computer Support The computer is here to stay in the Agency -- a$ an information processor, as an analytical tool, and as an aid to managers and management. As you have probably already discovered, the computer is increasingly affectint, your working lives in CIA. The Direc tor of OJCS will acquaint you with current Agency uses of computer systems and will describe the role and responsibilities of his Office. He will discuss his views on future use in the Agency, and will explain how to get computer support and assistance from his Office. 25X1A 1530 - 1630 Equal Employment Omego Opportunity in CIA Director, Employment Op tunity, CIA The Director of Central Intelligence is firmly committed to achieve equal employment opportunities for all CIA employees. During this session, our speaker will present the record of minority employment in CIA, discuss the goals and problems established by the DCI for raising the level of minority employment, indicate the progress toward the goal of equal employment op- portunity, and finally, describe the role all Agency supervisors have in helping the Agency reach the goals. 1900 - 2030 The Office of Security, Part I Robert W. Gambino Director of Security The Office of Security touches our lives in many ways because we work in a national security organization. Our speaker will present a broad over- view of the missions and functions of the Office of Security, touching on new developments and current trends in all branches of security -- personnel, technical and physical. He will examine new challenges and the changing nature of the security threat that faces the Agency today. --6-- Approved For Release 2000/08/15: CIA-RDP79-0159OA000400020003-8 S-E-C-R-E-T Approved For Rele&e 2000108915 C -4-RDP79-0159e000400020003-8 Friday, 16 April 0830 - 0915 Film: "Damage Report" 0930 - 1030 Polygraph Operations Polygraph Branch 25X1A One of the most important techniques used in vetting operational assets in our Agency is the polygraph technique. of the Polygraph 25X1A Branch will describe the technique and how it is applied in the Agency and will also discuss research and development in this field of activity. lOII.O - 1200 Technical Counter Measures Chief, Te iea Security Divis 25X1A Hostile intelligence services constantly strive to penetrate U.S. instal- lations overseas -- one method is by audio penetration -- these attempts become increasingly skillful. will demonstrate countermeasures 25X1A used in the effort to prevent, detect, or neutralize these penetration attempts. 1200 - 1300 Lunch 1300 - 1330 Preparation of Evaluations 25X1A 1330 - Overview of Administration Joh F. Blake Directorate Depu Director for Administration Most of this week has been spent in learning the detailed trends and high- lights of the operations of the components of the Directorate, It is also necessary to examine the broad trends. Mr. Blake will survey current issues and problems which confront the Directorate and its operations. He will identify those factors which are likely to influence or change the future course of DDA activities. Wrap up 25X1A _-7-- Approved For Release 2000/08 1 CC l DP79-01590A000400020003-8