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Approved For Release 2000/05/31 ,CIA-RDP83B0023R000500120002-8 Fite LCL Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83BOOa R000500120002-8 DiR[CTOR~,TE I Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 __ Approved for Relemae. 2000105/31 : CIA-RDP83BO08, R000500120QO2-8 t 11 ,dt 12 November 1974 STATI NTL NfflNORAiNDUM FOR: Chief, Policy and Plans Group SUBJECT : AE1TD Monthly Report Submission - October 1974 BUDGET Ej FISCAL BRANCH In addition to its normal recurring duties, the B&F Branch participated in the following special activities during October: 2. The OMB budget hearing on the Office of Security FY 1976 Budget submission was held 23 October 1974. The OP413 examiner, Mr, had STATINTL requested the hearing. The Director of Security began with an opening statement on the overall Security picture. The organizational structure and major budget items such as the guard program, the Security Access Control System and the Technical Security Division AQi equipment pro ram were dis- cussed. As the result of questions and discussion with Mr it was STATINTL agreed that OS would provide him additional information and statistics on several areas of interest. 3. The first regularly scheduled monthly financial meeting was held 24 October 1974. Mr. Blake explained the concept and purpose of these meetings. Deviation funding reports of the Offices in attendance were then reviewed individually. There was no deviation in the Office of Security's obligation rate vs. actual obligations as of 30 September 1974. PERSONNEL BRANCH 1. Part I of the Personnel Development Plan for the Office was con,- pleted and submitted to the DD/A on 4 November 1974. Part II, which has to do with career profiles for OS professionals down to the GS-09 level, is scheduled for submission on 30 Juno 107.5. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved-For Release -2000/05/31 :CIA-RDP83B00828R000500120002-8 - 2. The PMCD survey is still pending awaiting a reply to our memorandum which was submitted to PMCD on 6 September 1974. Many things hinge on the outcome of the survey including our request for additional upper level ceiling. 3. We have submitted two papers to the Office of Personnel. regarding CIARDS qualifying time for Security Careerists. One paper deals specifically with DCI Protective Staff time while the second requests clarification of time for assignments over a wide range of security functions. STATINTL Chief, Administration and Training Division Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 62 1-~ Aoprave or R Ie e'2 'OD/06/31 'ClA~ P83 00823I 0(~ x00`1200 `-8 ( W 4"ni 1;15 is ml 1, i i B ~ L' k4a Gam ' gA INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY GROUP SUMMARY REPORT - October 1974 HIGHLIGHTS 1. An initial analysis of the Univac 1110 Operating System security was completed during the reporting period. The Univac 1110 System, scheduled for installation at National Photographic Interpretation Center, offers more and better software security than is available in the current system. STATINTL 2. was distributed throughout the Agency 'during this reporting period. 3. Members of the Information Systems Security Group participated in meetings of the Community On-Line Intelligence System (COINS) and the United States Intelligence Board (USIB) Computer Security Subcommittee held during the month. 4. Information Systems Security Group began an investi- gation into the security ramifications involved in the developing uses of microfilm in computer processing. The basic problem seems to be the tremendous storage capabilities of the media; e.g., ULTRASTRIPS (1520 computer printout pages on a seven inch strip). 5. A survey of TOP SECRET (Collateral) material within the Area Top Secret Control offices was initiated. All Agency components were asked to indicate the quantity of documents currently held,. how many are originated from or enter into the specific component, and to express an opinion on the quality of the present control system. Results will be tabulated and appear in next month's report. Approved For Releas 420A0/05/ 1 : C1.4-RDP 3 OO8 3 000500120002-8 ~=Appr 6vedzfo"r Relese 2O00tUS 31:'CIA, kDP83B03RGU0500fi2bbb -8 6. Members of Information Systems Security Group participated in training courses in micrographics, systems analysis, and electronic data processing during the reporting period. 7. The Security Standards for Classified Plain Text Distribution in Outside Buildings, written within Informa- tion Systems Security Group, were approved for publication by the Deputy Director for Administration. 8. The Current Intelligence Branch, Office of Weapons Intelligence, has been advised of appropriate procedures for sanitization and release of a CDC 1700 Computer. 9. Approvals were granted for the installation of CRT remote terminal devices at various locations within the Agency to be used in an experimental test of the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the Department of Defense. ANALYSIS The case load of the Group increased dramatically during the month. The increase was along diversified lines and gave no indication of an increase in any specific function. TRENDS New areas of information handling are being investi- gated by the Group to identify security issues inherent therein. An effort will be made to analyze such new techniques so that security might be considered before rather than after adoption, installation, or use. STATISTICS Cases Pending 30 September 33 Cases Opened During October 58 Cases Closed During October 55 Cases Cancelled During October 3 Cases Pending 31 October 3 Approved For Release!12CW]O5f31) : ,CIA-"Rfl.P$3 &000500120002-8 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00& 3R000500120002-8 ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY POLICY AND PLANS GROUP Trends and Highlights October 1974 1. The Policy and Plans Group has assumed responsibility for internally coordinating and preparing the agenda for the monthly Management Assistance Program (MAP) meeting between the Director of Security and the Director of the Office of Joint Computer Support. The Office of Security ADP Control Officer designation has been given to the Chief, Policy and Plans Group. The alternate designation has been given to the senior planning officer. 2. The physical expansion of the Policy and Plans Group was completed with the addition of a room to the 4E 58 suite. 3. As a result of a DD/A Planning Officers meeting, the format of the Office of Security's reporting on its current Ob- jectives was reduced from legal size to standard size paper in an effort to reduce the cost and flow of paper. In its new for- mat, all symbols used to indicate progress toward meeting mile- stones can be applied by the fonts supplied with the IBM Selectric II typewriter. TATINTL 4. A revision of ST TINTL was staffed out in the office and sent to the Regulations Control Staff for coordination and publication. 5. A survey concerning the use of the Special Clearance (SPECLE) System was undertaken to update the need for printed reports by users. Some twenty-two interviews have been completed. 6. The Chief, Plans Staff, DD/A was provided with revised and updated copies of Exhibit A to the Office of Security's FY 1975 Operating Plan and FY 1976 Program Plan covering all eleven OS Resource Packages. These revisions incorporated the updated relevant DCI and Directorate Objectives for FY 1975/1976 together with supporting data covering estimated funding and estimated man-years involved. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83BOOS23R000500120002-8 Policy and Plans Group (continued) 7. When briefed on the alternatives developed by the ad hoc Community Limited Access Intelligence Register (CLAIRE) System Working Group of the Security Committee, USIB, the DCI suggested that something more than the CLAIRE concept but less than' the all encompassing proposal desired by the DOD members of the Intel- ligence Community be developed. The Agency in conjunction with the Defense Intelligence Agency will now head a committee of all IC members to formulate a practical and effective computer assisted compartmentation control system which will incorporate the most reasonable and feasible needs of all Community Members. This committee has been tasked to complete its concept and feasibility study within the next 90 days. ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL USE ONLY Approved For Relse 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83BOOU3R000500120002-8 `! r.ddsiE4aa 0 A. t, vat", 6 NOV 1-374 MEMORANDUM FOR: Deputy Director of. Security (P&M) SUBJECT SRD Work Measurement Data 1. Attached is a copy of the SRD work measurement statistical report for FY 1975 covering the period through 31 October 1974. 2. Comparing the statistics with those of October 1973 reveals notable decreases in microfiche, computer support and compartmented information activities. 3. The sizable decrease in microfiche activities cannot be considered significant as the number of man years assigned to that activity has b cn z duccd from nine (9) to s x (6) . 4. The notable decreases in computer support and compart- mented mented information activities is not a real drop in activity at all but a return to a normal case load following the heavy purging and key punching in October 1973 of a special code word clearance. S. Other activities show minor increases or decreases, however, no significance is attached to these trends at this time. STATINTL Chief, Security Records Division cc* C/PPG Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 C IVITY 1 ?l~ 1 l Case Processing. Indices Activities. Filing S 'Activi ties. Computer Support Activities. Co ~m;._unication Activities. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Security ::::c ?; ~ls Division WORK AirASURE1' NTa' STATISTICS - FY1975 Cumulative Through Cumulative oU October ':973 October 1974 Units :?ian-years; Units ye, s Produced Assigned Produced Assign ed I Cases processed based on requtests for a security clearance. Collective total of manual name searches, names changed, names grouped, cards typed, filed and purged, security documents numbered. Collective total of files re- quested, files pulled, folders filed, files recharged, secur__---y documents filed, PRU requests, scope searches. Collective total of names searched, systems update trans- actions, CIB transactions, Mis.- cella.neous Keypunch Activity, 1050 Telecommunications trans- actions. 2212,. , 11 1973 y 1.1 Down 239 { 16703 7 Up 12 64269 12 Down 12 1 65126 1 12 Collective total of teletype, 6511 4 dispatch, Agency cable and non- Agency cable traffic, mail, notices and bulletins handled. Approved_For.ReIease 2060 /05/3t: CIA=RIDP83BOO823RO00500120002-8 Down 57562 Down 552 v i 1, Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 SC,curij-;r cs ti%i~ ACTIVITY ':TORK MEASU 'A .:N SrFATIS~'ICS - FYI-97:5) BASE UNITS pared and filmed. Units Ma:~-yearsI Units ~`.zn-yep P roduced i Assigned prod- el f Assig , Case Analysis I Activities. Information Processing C,fGC1 :\i i..iv1 ics . File Retirement ActivitieS. of pages pre- Com:partmentedl Collective total of changes to InforIation master record, names searched. Recordkeeping. and cable actions. Outside Agenc Name Check Activity. Collective total of cases pleted, case summaries and reference material and summarized. co .- prepared reviewcd Collective total. of checks re- quested, references reviewed, summaries prepared, material Purr:shed req'uestors-. Collective total of files re- view'Ied for retirement to microfiche. Microfiche Collective total Collective total of cor,,pietec. requests for checks and suppcrt- ing memoranda prepared in cases with positive results. Cumu1 `i v-- Throe I Cumul -t've 'i..,'G' October 1973 ! October 1974 T D, own' 180 Up 20 88576 7749 pproveT>=orl~efe 97 QqWP 5j 1, .CIA pPg3$90#32 RQQ~00120002-8 6 ; Down 21261 9 29906 9 Dow n 9 ? 58670 1080 5 1213 2 } 2668 3 4 5945 4 Down 1804 Approved For ReIe e'2000/05/31: CIA-RDP83B0088R000500120002-8 5 November 1974 TRENDS AND HIGHLIGHTS Special Security Center September 1974 25X1A 25X1A 2. A total of one hundred and eighteen (118) individuals received security indoctrination into compartmented intelligence matters: not:y tw3 (92) CIA, and t -r-ant-six ('6) non-('!IN IN n(?- r)flPe I 11 indoctrinated included forty-four (44) individuals taking OTR courses. Non-CIA personnel indoctrinated included officials of the Departments of Commerce, Agriculture and Interior, the Federal Energy and Federal Aviation administrations, National Archives, National Security Council, the White House Council of Economic Advisors, and the Murphy Commission. 3. Compartmented Intelligence Facilities were accredited at the Depart- ment of Agriculture, Was ington, ., an e ce ofthe Vice-President designate. 25X1A 5. Guidance was provided to the Office Secretary of the Air Force, Office of Special Projects (SAFSP) related to the problem of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act) "no knock" inspections. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83Bp0823R0005001-20002-8 Approved For Rele 2000/05/31: CIA-RDP83B00bf3R000500120002-8 6. The SSC is working with, the OL/Mail and Communication Branch to ensure that the consolidation of the Agency's dedicated courier services under OL does not result in security compromise of sensitive codeword materials. 25X1A 8. Prepared correspondence for the signature of the DCI 25X1A to the President related to the latter's concern over compromise of information from TOP SECRET- SENSITIVE) in two recent New York Times articles. 9. Served as the DDA point of coordination related to the preparation of a proposed Omnibus NSCID. 10. Conferred with representatives of SAFSP related to a 25X1A proposal to create two new project security compartments under the - system. 11. Submitted a report and recommendations to the Executive Secretary, PFIAB covering two recent security surveys of PFIAB member private offices in California. Obtained approval for loan of safekeeping equipment to another PFIAB member in New York City. , 25X1A 13. In coordination with NARCOG, met with Drug Enforcement Administration and National Security Agency officials to ascertain the need for SI clearances at DEA and the explore the legal basis for the CIA approving such clearance requests. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 . Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082 R000500120002-8 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For Rel ,use 20.00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83BO08-23R000500120002-8 13 I?~._ . 1974 MEMORANDUM FOR: Chief, Plans and Policy Group SUBJECT - : Office of Security Monthly Report 1. Forwarded herewith are the statistics for the Personnel Security and Investigations Directorate (PSI) for the month of October 1974. a. Total Clearance Division receipts for October 1974 increased by 111. cases as compared to September 1974 (2121-2010); field receipts also showed a slight increase over last month (871-799). Total com- pletions for October increased by 337 cases as compared to September (2245-1908); field completions also increased (933-792). Total Pend- ing cases for October are down 124 cases as compared to September (2876-3000), as are field pending cases (1432-1496). b. Figures concerning covert cases for. October as compared to September increased by 143 cases (922-779). The pending SAA's for October reveal an increase of 70 cases as compared to September (494- 424). ISS j IST receipts for October showed a slight increase over September (307-271), as did completions (281-251). Pending ISS & IST cases also showed an upward trend as compared to September (557-531). c. Receipts for reinvestigations showed a slight increase over September (1.86-163), as did completions (215-151). 2. Operational Support Highlights of the period included the follow- ing: 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 :Approved For Rele se 2000/05/31-: CIA-RDP83B00923R000500120002-8 . c. Assistance through U. S. entry procedures was afforded the DCI and. party upon arrival in New York from Europe. 25X1A 25X1A f. Accomplishments of the for the reporting period were highlighted by an overall increase in the NIBO cases per man target. While the July and August months showed an overall 1.5 cases per man per day, September and October statistics reflect 1.8 and 1.9 cases per man per day respectively. g. All backlogged GSA/Laborer cases pending polygraph examinations ha7V-C Vv(..11 ~.. Villrll. l.lJl.L? 1Nc cases GLl I. UC. lll~' '1 0, 61 .U IIIILG U1QlG attention and completion. 25X1A DepU.ty Director of Security (PSI) Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082000500120002-8 Month Activities of the PSI Directorate (October 1974) Clearance Division Activity Total Cases Received 2121 Total Field Cases Received 871 Total Cases Processed 2245 Total Field Cases Processed 933 Total Cases Pending Total Field Cases Pending Field Office Investigative Assignments 2876 1432 Total Received 1355 Total Completed 1486 't'otal Pending 1721 Security Support Division Total Headquarters and Field Office Manhours 2258 External Activity Briefings, Correspondence, Functional Guidance and. Outside Activity Total Actions Interrogation Research Overt 226 (164-fav; 60-note) Covert 24 Total Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 lrDl`IINiS"I'IL~'1'i.`:?}: - IN 'I:;I4 A USE ON. LY. CLEARANCE DIVISION Time Factors in Processing Overt ~ Semi--Covert Cases 1. PROCESSING 'L'IME For 133_________ Time required. during .month to process to Approval or Disapproval, "Applicant ':Type" cases received from Office of Personnel (Average number Of days) Regular Cases) DAYS IN DAYS RESLARC I I IN AND IN'Vl STI-- APPR .IS - CATION AL SP.D CD a.. Loss than 30 days b. 31 to 60 days c. 61 to 90 days d. 91 to 1.20 clays e,? 121 to 150 days f, over 1.50 days 3. CA' I?S P "DING OVER 90 DAYS Number o;- ".1`,Ppli.cant T)TIc" STATUS received from i)eferred~ P~ g~ilar Office of I 'crsonncl. and pFcndin, more than 90 d''ys *This does not inc.J.udc 1`11C`10 cl c~!r,iiiccs wc~c. ,nip ~d L4,_fi :'U I'~1a~I;~'. (1~' t: _'H ) Vt'' I.,'+.11i~? IC?Hch, if Lnc]udcd t'LI Approved For Release000/05/31: CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For ReLepse 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83BOG 23R000500120002-8 TtE Approved For Release 2000/05/31: CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 ---j. Approvedfor Re# se._2P_Q0/-05/31-:,CIA-RDP8:3BQE 3ROOU50Q4-,2OOO2 U. 1',11r, I U Ell PHYSICAL SECURITY DIVISION TRENDS AND HIGHLIGHTS - OCTOBER 1974 A Division officer accompanied representatives of the Technical Security Division on a visit to ~ on the 25X1A West Coast relative to Te-sting and Acceptance of the new Badge Machine (Security Access Control System). The installation and Headquarters testing of the prototype model will commence during the week of 10 November 1974. In pursuance of a DCI objective, personnel of this Division accompanied representatives of the Technical Security Division and ORD/DDSET on a visit to the Rome Air Development Center at Griffiss Air Force Base, Rome, New York for the purpose of reviewing Air Force perimeter security systems with a view toward possible application at the Headquarters compound. 25X1A Sixteen briefings emphasizing the Personal Safety Hazard Awareness segment of the Federal Government's Safety '76' Program were presented to Agency personnel at six Agency buildings in the Washington Metropolitan area. Each briefing was accompanied by the showing of four safety films. In support of National Fire Prevention Week fire drills were conducted without incident in ten Agency buildings in the Washington Metropolitan area. A safety inspection revealed serious health hazards to employees involved in the encapsulation process being conducted by the Office of Communications 25X1A Approved For Release 2000 1~9~1 1X-6P83B00823 flfltYvb01`Qb02= Approved er=Relo .~20UO/O5/41: GIA4 F DPB-3BOOBQ.3ROW5UU F20UU2--B.? -` Rq`,FP IrAL In coordination with the Office of Medical Services and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, appropriate recommendations will be made to the Office of Communications relative to this matter. The renovation of the Headquarters Security Branch is progressing on schedule. The Identification Section area has been completed except for new carpeting and furniture. The move of the Federal Protective Service office to new space has been completed. The Security Duty Office and Command Center are currently undergoing renovation which is expected to be completed in late December 1974. The new Badge Machine (Security Access Control System) is expected to arrive at Headquarters for installation on 10 November 1974. During a recent meeting with the Acting Director, Federal Protective Service Division, GSA the possibility of Federal Protective Officers working as security escorts in Agency buildings on an overtime basis was discussed. Hopefully, an agreement will be formalized in the near future whereby FPOs will provide ready-cleared source of manpower to assist with the ever-increasing escort requirements in the Headquarters area. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved for Reie;20p0/05/j;CFA RDP8QO,R000120042t$ C s`h r 1 D E N T 1 PhySD Monthly Report for October 1974 (Continued) Cumulative Monthly Total FY-75 SECURITY VIOLATION PROGRAM 3. 25X1A 4. Headquarters Investigations Completed SECURITY SUPPORT ASSIGNMENTS FOR SENIOR AGENCY OFFICIALS Escorts, etc.) 0 (Capitol Hill Appearances 7 , HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES Security Duty Office Incidents Involving Written Reports-. 92 346 Security Assistance Cases 1,641 6,924 Security Inspections of Agency Facilities 73 8.5LI Security Services Security Equipment Service Calls 827 9,190 S ecial Support Assignments 5 144 i 661 2 496 gnments Escort Ass , Armed Escort Assignments 8 176 SAFETY Safety Surveys 0 6 Special Safety Inspections 3 25 Accident Investigations 1 7 Accident Reports Processed 72 195 Analytical and Statistical Reports Prepared 0 Overseas Violations Correlated S9_ in' Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-R P83BOO823R000500120002-8 Approved For Rele . 20 _0/115/3fi CIA-RDP$3~300~F 001g.00 I -8 COQ HH DENTIAL PhySD Monthly Report for October ..1974 (Continued) Cumulative Monthly_ Total FY-75 4. 5. SAFETY (continued) Training and Briefing Sessions 16 32 Safety Literature Distributed 3 802 16.864 Fire Alarm Tests Conducted , 0 4 Support Actions 27 95 PHYSICAL SECURITY DIVISION TRAVEL Man-days on Overseas TDY 62 110 Man-days on Domestic TDY 25 67 Total Man-days on TDY 87 177 PHYSICAL SECURITY DIVISION PERSONNEL TN -TRAINING Man-days in Internal Training 24 41 Man-days in External Training 13.3 26.3 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 ;ApprovodEor -Relea 2QOP/05/31 CIA-RDP83BOQ8 f 00Q5001 0P02;4 25X1A TECHNICAL SECURITY DIVISION HIGHLIGHTS FOR OCTOBER 1974 25X1A 2. A member of the Communications Security Staff visited the Technical Security Division on two occasions during the reporting period to discuss and obtain detailed information concerning the historical progression of security containers. This information will be used in the preparation of outgoing dispatches to Communications Officers to assist them in programming a general upgrading of all Communications safekeeping equipment in the field. 4. A representative of the Office chaired a meeting of a working group studying the problem of providing surreptitious entry protection to unclassi- fied commercial teletype equipment when it is shipped via the unclassified pouch. The group is meeting under ORD auspices and at the request of both the Office of Communications and the Office of Security. A second meeting will be held at the to observe 25X1A existing packing and crating proce ures and to examine several proposed protective packaging techniques. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved For Rele .2000105/31, CIA-RQP83B008 0005:00120002-.8 5. Twelve students representing the U.S. Air Force, CIA, FBI, NIS, Department of State and WHCA successfully completed the two-week Advanced Telephone Course (ITC 02-19) at the Interagency Training Center. 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 Approved,. Far Release .2000/05/31. CIA-RDP8.3BO08 POQ 01200028-_ C0Nt11 DE.i1NTIAL Cumulative Monthly To tal FY-75 .Outside Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area Audio Countermeasures Inspections 3 4 3. BRIEFING AND SERVICES BRANCH Briefing Program Briefings Conducted 12 50 Personnel Briefed 343 802 Training Personnel Trained in Security Equiprment 75 Procurement Material Requisitions Initiated 20 123 Dollar Value of Procurements Initiated $60,125.28 $425,932.98 4. ENGINEERING AND PLANNING Liaison Meeting with Other Agencies 3 6 RFD Contracts Followed 14 14 Dollar Value of Contracts in RFD $934K $1.114M Technical Security Division Contracts Monitored 7 7 Dollar Value of Technical Security Division Contracts $873K $873K Visits with Contractors 5 10 5. INTERAGENCY TRAINING CENTER Weeks of Regularly Scheduled Training 3 8 Number of Students 27 58 Weeks of Special Training 0 0 Number of Students 0 0 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 LjLi_Vi i JL 1t1y_. 6. Cumulative Monthly Total FY-75 TECHNICAL SECURITY DIVISION TRAVEL Man Days on Overseas TDY ?157 532 Man Days on Domestic TDY 6 Total Man Days on TDY 163 TECHNICAL SECURITY DIVISION PERSONNEL IN TRAINING Man Days in Internal Training 13 70 Man Days in External Training 5 35 Re4 4:-?2000/06 31 `: CIA-RDR83BO.0 3,FkO.0a500-' 20402-:t_... ONF1D if I AL Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000500120002-8 A "S F, ri f-3 r% k er< 1L}Lj E 's