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April 26, 1977
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i, ~A ~, , : C_ ? p roi~~c# Por Release 2006/02/07: CIA-RDP80S01268A000500030043-9 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 9 Tuesday - 26 April 1977 35. (Unclassified - RLB) LEGI, L Brian Walsh, on the staff of Senator Lawton Chiles (D. , Fla. ), called regarding S. 1264, a bill just introduced by the Senator relating to Federal procurement policies. Mr. Walsh said it crossed his mind that this bill might affect the CIA, and he would be interested in any comments we might have. He requested in this regard that an Agency officer involved in procurement contact him so that he might better be able to evaluate our interests in this legislation. 36. (Unclassified - RLB) LEGISLATION Called Dan Wall, Legislative Director to Senator Jake Carn (R. , Utah), to inform him that the language in the S. 305 draft report which Stan Taylor, on the staff of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, had made available to us yesterday relating to Agency amendments was acceptable. 37. (Unclassified - JMD) BRIEFING DIA, called STAT and advised that he had talked to Dick Kaufman, Joint Economic Committee staff, Who said that the Committee would want CIA and DIA to come up around the last week in May. I told we had received a letter late STAT yesterday from Chairman William Proxmire (D., Wis.) asking the DCI to appear on 27 May at 10:00 a. m. on "Allocation of Resources in the Soviet Union and China." He said this was the same thing he was referring to. CIA will appear one week and DIA the next. said STAT that DIA has approved Kaufman for SI and TK but that George Krumbhaar, Minority Counsel, was sent forms about ten months ago and has never returned them. He said both Kaufman and Krumbhaar were told last year that they had to have these clearances in order to sit in on the briefings. said he will be taking some analysts up this week or next to talk to Kaufman to get a better feel for what is required at the briefing. I told him I would pass this on tol STAT 38. (Unclassified - JMD) LIAISON Called Beverly Lumpkin, House International Relations Committee staff, and asked if we could change the meeting between the Director and Representative Donald Fraser (D., Minn.) from 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 a. m. on 5 May. After checking she said this would be fine. Approved For Release 2006/02/07 : CIA-RDP80S01268A000500030043-9