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February 5, 1957
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roved'-For Release 2000109/14 CIA-RDP80-01826R000100060002.7 r Chief, Contract Personnel Division CONIIDENT1AL. - MEMORANDUM FOR: Executive Officer, Office of Personnel SUB JECT:, Semi-Annual Report '.,,4/' Forwarded herewith, in accordance with memorandum dated 11 July 1955, is the Semi-Annual Report for the Contract Personnel Division Attachment: Semi-Annual Report 1 A9a DA BEV DATE By ma camp OPI _2a flPE Z ORIG CLASS . PAGI S EV CLASS _. JUST ..._ NEXT 09'V ao/ AUTHi HR 10.2 ~` - ~D~E "TI AL Approved For Release 2000/09/14: G'C~P~80-01826R000100060002-7 Approved For Ra1ease 2000/09/14: CIA-RPP80-QW26R000100060002-7 ETCONFDENTLAi Contract Personnel Division PROGRESS REPORT For the Period 1 July 1956 to 31 December 1956 1. The following statistics reflect the volume of the "routine" work handled by the Division during the reporting period: A. Contract Personnel. As of the end of the reporting period the Division had on record 25X9A2 =active contracts. Of these, 1, 631 contracts were written and executed by the Contract Personnel Division, the remainder in the field. The Contract Personnel Division prepared and executed 338 new contracts during the reporting period and in addition, 465 contract amendments. The Division received from the field and reviewed approximately M contracts and contract 25X9A2 amendments during this period. B. Staff Agents. At the close of the period there were Mstaff agents on record, 25X9A2 including one (1) WAE and one (1) on LWOP. Approximately 160 personnel actions and 150 periodic step increases were processed during the reporting period. Six (6) "true" appointments were effected, three (3) of these requiring appointment and interviews by this office - one outside the Washington, D. C. area. The other three were appointed at foreigx field stations. Approved For Release 2000/ 1-RD P (660002-7 Approved For,8elease 2000109/4 A-RDP8041826R000100060002-7 C. Military Details. During the period 102 Letters of Authorization were prepared and executed for military details, and 33 LOA's were amended. These figures represent a decrease over the previous reporting period, attributable to a reduced utilization of military personnel, particu- larly by FE Division. D. Allowances. As of the close of the reporting period the Division had on record 158 individuals authorized equalization allowances. Of these, 38 new equalization allowances were granted during the reporting period, and 212 were revised during the period. Also during the period 19 separation allowances were authorized. E. Miscellaneous Agreements. During the reporting period seven (7) Cover Agreements were prepared and executed, and one (1) Cover Agreement amendment 25X1 C II. The following items accounted for additional staff time during the period: A. Processing the following draft regulations: 1. Regulation and Handbook (Headquarters Contract Personnel. 2. Regulation (Headquarters Allowances. 25X1A 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/99/14: CIA-RDP80-01826R000100060002-7 Approved For elease 2000/09/14: CIA-RDP8 1826R000100060002-7 3. Regulation ) on Special Allow- 25X1A ance s. 25X1A 4. Regulation on Staff Agents. B. Retirement of inactive CPD files (contract personnel and military details) and setting up and maintaining a record on the files deactivated. This represented the first deactivation of CPD (or predescessor organizations) records, and was in accordance with the Records Disposal Schedule adopted last year. C. Participation in Administrative Plan meetings on behalf of the Office of Personnel. D. Briefing contract personnel upon request of the utilizing component. Approved For Release 2000/09/14: CIA-RDP80-01826R000100060002-7 Approved Fos.Release 2000/09/14: CIA-RDP8981826R000100060002-7 ^.ONHDENTIAL Contract Personnel Division PROGRAM PLANS For the Period 1 January 1957 to 30 June 1957 I. CPD still has the task of "seeing through" to publication the draft regulations on contract personnel, staff agents, standardized allowances and special allowances. It is expected that the Special Committee on Contract Personnel Regulations will provide the necessary impetus to assure the publication of the contract regulations during this thin- six months' period. Prospects for the publication of the other regulations named appear to be good. II. It is possible that during the next six months adjustments will be made in the procedures applicable to Staff Agents and Detailed Military Personnel. Although the DD/P is yet to be heard from in regard to the proposals made last year relating to the processing of certain persons as Staff Employees (Special) rather than Staff Agents, it is expected that some progress may be made in this area within the next six months. Modification of the procedures for processing LOA's is also a possibility. III. Emphasis will continue to be put on the briefing of contract personnel on the terms of their contracts, and a continuing effort will be made to publi- cize the availability of this service from CPD. CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2000/09/14: CIA-RDP80-01826R000100060002-7