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'Approved For Re!eve 2000/05/31 :Shk-ApF)E0B008S/R000600279.901-2 " SPECIAL ACTIONS* 1. Exit Interview Briefing, Official Foreign Travel Briefing Denied Area Briefing- Personal Foreign Travel Briefing/1) Debriefing of Travelers 0-2rW Approval of Separation in Absentia 7. Approval of Outside Employment Approval of Outside Education 9. Approval of Public Appearances lO Approval of Publications 11-f Approval of Visit to Foreign Embassy Counseling re Foreign Social Contacts 13. Approval of Court Appearances Approval of Jury Duty Counseling Place of Employment Questions 16. Summary of Agency Employment (SAE) Approval of Retirement Action Processing and Response to Correspondence to the DCI and Agency (from the public). *Security Approval, Counseling and Processing Actions ApproyAifie Ride*W40/05/37i i:CAARDP83B00823R000600270001-2 z/NY) "73 25X1A Approved. For Releapt 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008113R000600270001-2 23. }e4': Approval of Membership in Clubs and Organizations. Counseling.re Public Media Contacts Approval of Application for Federal Employee Compensation. ? Approval of Honor and Merit Awards Approval of Hospitalization Insurance Applications Approval of Sponsorship of Aliens Approval of Suggestions for Suggestion Awards Committee, - 26. Special Assignments COVER SUPPORT ACTIONS '74 Di.?Cey-re, 27. Covert Site Investigation 28. Security Coordination on Use of Cover 29. Approval of CIA Contact Credentials in Alias 30. Approval and Issuance of CIA Investigator Credentials 31. 32. 2 of ,11-?-pryLAJ6-9 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : ciA-Rceametv2s1Rooad0cit 0001-2 P Approved For ReleaV2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300824t000600270001-2 25X1A 34. 35. Certification and Issuance of CIA Firearms Permit 36. Processing Requests for Credit Checks and Credit Blocks. 37. Processing of OS Personnel Cover Requirements 38. Personnel Briefings on OS Cover 25X1A (39. ?_40. 41. Procurement of Federal Personnel Recordsitarlaugh CSC-Gut-an. 2516 A 43. 44.. _45. Processing of Covert Correspondence ---------- pedal Cover Support Actions 3 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Relettre 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008,712R000600270001-2 ? ee-Z- 0 - 7,7Z2 -17 ILAJJ z J )//..c d--,/ 0 0 0 -2 Appr ved For RelefeSe 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00803R000600270001-2 /67 f aThe? Api roved For Release 200 5/31 : CIA-RDP83 23R000600270001-2 Approv d For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83130081111R000600270001-2 /so LIL Approv d For Release 200/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approv d For Release, 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00826R000600270001-2 0/Vey 63-azL.6--v-e7L./ 7-7vL../ t-ur - I ->yLazA- , C i-c-00rpti6-00 01- ' Approv d For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082,R000600270001-2 a Li /? --r-te tlyt App rozj4/R ease c800/05/1crt? P8313008/3;00 ?,A Approv d For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082,R000600270001-2 ' Approvec For Release4000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082314000600270001-2 -7le 7/7"z-0'41 4 f-leCa az ce'L, ,t,62 Approv ed 0/05/31 CI A Approved or Release4000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823k600600270001-2 ce2,7y-6' , ctY 3,1C61?t/?et eg 3 Fah L-ILZ 46664,* V(7 Tt-7 se OO 0 31:/ Approv .m d For Relean 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83BOO8R000600270001-2 33. -r4 d7fS lrt g 'S Ap ? roved For Release 0/05/31-: 3600 3R000 6Y) dic Appr ved For Reletee 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B005T3R000600270001-2 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 MEMORANDUM FOR: C (DATE) FORM NO. 101 REPLACES FORM 10.101 1 AUG 54 WHICH MAY BE USED. (47) Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releasta2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823,11000600270001-2 SECRET Procedures 1. Conduct continuing review of existing policies to ensure their validity and timeliness. 2. Revise outdated policies in light of changing trends and practices. FUNCTION II. Provide advice and guidance relative to physical and procedural security support for all Agency facilities and assets overseas as required. Activities A. Review all cable and dispatch traffic pertinent to the security status of Agency overseas facilities and take action as required. Procedures 1. Complete review of all traffic, cables and dispatches, on a timely basis, and maintain continuing liaison with DDO elements to ensure that the Branch is cognizant of security problems in any given area. 2. Prepare cables and dispatches for field components providing advice and guidance on ? security policies and procedures. B. Major renovations, relocations and new construction. To provide a focal point within the Office of Security for guidance and coordination on all major renovations, reloca- tions and new construction which affects Agency elements overseas. Procedures 1. Review cable and dispatch correspondence dealing with the subject matters and initiate and/or coordinate actions, as appropriate. Approved For Release 2000/05/3Apttt-RDP83B00823R000600270001-2 JLAJRLI, 2 - Approved For Releafte2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00822R000600270001-2 SET 2. Maintain close liaison with the Office of Logistics, Real Estate and Construction Division, and the Communications Security Staff, Office of Communications, to ensure timely review of any structural changes in Agency facilities overseas. C. Residential Security--provide briefings and guidance on residential security and personal protection. Procedures 1. Maintain a viable briefing program on residential security and personal protection which is designed for presentation to Agency personnel preparing for overseas assignments. 2. Serve as a source of information on avail- able residential security devices and personal protective measures. 3. Review all correspondence from overseas facilities which relate to residential security and personal protection and provide guidance as appropriate. D. Quick Reaction Capabilqy--maintain an immediate emergency security support capiTility to any overseas facility as the situation may require. (Natural disasters, terrorist activities, hostile overruns, etc.) Procedures 1. Remain cognizant of potential situations which could require such service by close and continuing liaison with DDO elements. 2. Maintain Branch personnel travel docu- mentation on a current basis. Approved ForRelease2000/fiELa-RDP83B00823R000600270001-2 3 Approved For Relea5d2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00824000600270001-2 SECRET E. Liaison--maintain continuing liaison with the following components in order to provide any required security support: All DDO geographical area divisio 25X1C Office of Communications 25X1C Procedures Establish and maintain, on a continuing basis, all liaison relationships by periodic visits and meetings, both on specific matters as well as general procedures and concepts. F. Collect and disseminate pertinent material regarding the Office of Security to all overseas Agency Security Office personnel. Procedures Act as the focal point for the collection of pertinent data and edit such material prior to its dissemination to the field. FUNCTION III. Provide security training for Agency personnel relative to physical and procedural aspects of security of overseas locations and to provide such training to Agency personnel being assigned to overseas facilities. Activities Approved For Release 2000/05SERETRDP83B00823R000600270001-2 4 25X1A Approved For Releafte42000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00822hR000600270001-2 25X1A SECRET Procedures 3. Perform TDY travel, as required, to provide on the job survey training of newly assigned Branch personnel. Approved For Release 2000/0SEC4f-RDP83B00823R000600270001-2 5 Approved For lease 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8312100823R000600270001-2 SAG FUNCTIONS 1. Initiate, supervise, and direct the lai4e-rpret1 counterinte-,1- ligence program of the Office of Security to ensure an effective effort is being made to inhibit, prevent, or detect any penetration of the Agency, or provocation of the Agency by a foreign intelligence organ- ization through a staff employee, contract employee, or anyone who may have access to Agency facilities or classified Agency information. 2. Conduct the necessary liaison and coordination with the . FBI, and other selected U.S. Government agencies on specific counter- intelligence matters, and provide any requested assistance to the FBI in :any investigation or inquiry of a counterintelligence nature concern- ing Agency connected personnel or Agency classified information. 3. Maintain liaison with other Agency components involved in counterintelligence activity to prevent duplication of effort, provide mutual assistance and to assist in an overall effort to nullify the efforts of foreign intelligence organizations against the Agency. 4. Establish and maintain channels for the routine receipt and dissemination of counterintelligence related information which may pertain to Agency employees and Agency Connected personalities. 5. Establish and maintain channels for the receipt of non-CI information from other Agency components which will collaterally - Approved For Release 2000/05/31 :-CIA-RDP83B00823R00060004-2 Approved For Releavis2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8300080600270001-2 assist counterintelligence investigations and analisis in areas of counterintelligence interest. _ 6. Through CI analytical ekpellise determine those matters '7.!) which should receive CI attention in the absence of any specific counter- intelligence lead. 7 7. Conduct appropriate authorized interviews of counterintel- ligence sources, and disseminate the resultant information to pertinent intra-Agency components, the FBI and other selected U. S. Government- agencies. 8. Initiate and maintain the necessary controls in the Office of Security in the development and/or use of CI information received or obtained from sensitive Agency or FBI sources which relates or may relate to Agency security. 9. Maintain and expand data basis for efficient counterintelli- gence work with due consideration for effectiveness, convenience, . . A space and personnel. .y 10. Conduct the necessary research, analysis, internal inquiries, d prepare documentation in all matters of major counterintelligence Interest. 11. Respond to requirements involving other security matters of particular interestAo higher Agency authori,- r v -z- Approved For Fiele e 2000/05 : CIA-RD1i83B00823R000600270001:i - 25X1A 25X1A Approved ForReleastr4000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831Ei00823 lz. Initiate and coordinate 25X1A 0 00270001-2 field invest- igations involving matters of counterintelligence concern involving ? Agency employees and Agency connected personalities, when suab. ;?1 investigation has been determined not to'be in conflict with matters of interest to the FBI. 13; Endorse, encourage and direct component personnel to participate in training and education designed to develop additional talents in counterintelligence matters. 14. Provide on a continuing basis, to other Office of Security personnel, information concerning recent penetration activities and methods of operation of foreign intelligence organiz-ations, particularly of the USSR and Soviet Bloc countries; including participation or assist- ance in arty training activities of the Office of Security in which counter- intelligence would be a logical topic. 15. On a timely basis advise senior Office of Security officials regarding any information of significant counterintelligence interest concerning Agency employees, Agency connected personalities, and the exposure or possible exposure of Agency classified information. 16. Provide assistance and guidance to other Office of Security omponents t e resolution of minor matters of counterintelligence 1,7 Approved For Release 2000105/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R0006002700014 IDAfTWMY /Fdir5FIcisieuZiv999/p5/31:CIA-RDP831300823411000600270001-2 ACTIVITY CODE: I, C, COMPONENT: OS/PSI, Security Advisory Group EVALUATION: DATE: What is (are) our reference(s) for this activity? Date(s)? Is (are) the reference(s) still in force? Yes Who is (are) the beneficiary(ies) of this activity? No Do you feel the activity is still necessary? Yes No Do(es) the beneficiary(ies) feel it is still necessary? Yes No Can the activity be done more efficiently or less costly? Yes No If so, how? Do you feel that responsibility for the activity should be transferred to another OS component or to another Office? Yes No If so, where and why? Can another component do the activity more efficiently? Less costly? More properly? Yes No If so, which component and why? Does the activity include anything questionable in the light of Watergate? Yes No If so, what? Can this activity be reduced in scope/size or discontinued without significant effect on overall Agency security? Yes No If so, how? Is there any activity not now being pursued by OS that you feel is more _important than this one? Yes No If so, what? Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release t4iOIO5I3i : CIA-RDP831300823M8600270001-2 29/9t31 : CIA-RD B00823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 0/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008231k14)600270001-2 ed+ ase-2000/05/31 ? CIA., DR83B00 3R00060027 tz-y (nenIte-cp Approved For Release 00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823a**60600270001-2 Approved For Release ii000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R1100600270001-2 .?/ \A4' ApproveriFor Release2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 , Approved For Releasdii*9400/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R060600270001-2 25k1 A _ _ Approved For Release00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R600600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For eleaseill600/05/31 : C.1.2r3B0083Fp) p?ras NvcC40 /21ht=;=Ic Approved ForlRelea42600/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823Rie00600270001-2 s Approved Fr Releaki2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008S0000600270001-2 et7e4 Approved ForlReleaJ4000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082311400600270001-2 Os S App r. o r ?.20..?e,e."1.0.9i9/17.:5011,03, P.. liezar? I; I ? 01?..Xect$9112Le....14("e, 4 Approved For Relea 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83130082?30000600270001-2 a-a Approved For Release 2000/ /31 : CIA-R P83600823R000600270001-2 Approved Fot Relea*2009/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823614300600270001-2 _ 25X1A 25X1A Approved ForReleas1000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823*00600270001-2 .c--tf-79e ?erid, Approved For Release 2 /05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R0 0600270001-2 Approved For Release 000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823Fietl0600270001-2 S -2y2 kOS. Approved For Releas?i@b00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082314400600270001-2 83 0 000600270001- Approved For Reiea6,2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082*000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 6111111111 Approved For Redirase 2000/05/31 : CICE113583B 1-2 , MEMORANDUM FOR: Acting Chief, Physical Security Division SUBJECT Milestone #1, Objective Number B57104 of the Office of Security Action Plan 1. Milestone #1, objective number B57104 of the Office of Security Action Plan (attached), states that components are to identify their functions and activities The following are functions of the Domestic Security Branch with related activities: FUNCTION A Conduct comprehensive security surveys to evaluate the security profile of Agency, USIB and non-USIB member facilities. ACTIVITIES A 1. Perform liaison with operating officials on scheduling of surveys. ? 2. Brief operating officials on results of surveys. 3. Conduct continuing liaison with operating components on status of implementing recommendations FUNCTION B Administer the Agency security violation program. Approved For Release 2000/05/31: CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Reieetse 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831306141423R000600270001-2 ACTIVITIES B 1. Investigate, coordinate, evaluate and charge as appropriate, all security violations. 2. Maintain detailed and accurate records on all security violations to assure cozp_pcy of the program. 3. Compile and collate and disseminate com- prehensive monthly statistical reports to all Deputy Directors on security violations occurring in their Directorates. 4. Conduct training sessions within Agency components on ways and means of :reducing security violations. FUNCTION C Function as focal point on thefts occurring in Agency facilities. ACTIVITIES C 1. Investigate, analyze and process all thefts occurring in Agency facilities. 2. Compile, collate, and analyze statistical data on thefts. Recommend corrective action on trends observed from data. 3. Conduct liaison with all components and provide guidance on theft reduction. FUNCTION D Function as focal point on missing or lost Agency classified documents. 2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Ariprovdd For ReMote 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP836008e3R000600270001-2 ACTIVITIES D 1. Investigate all incidents of missing or lost documents within or outside the Agency. 2. Compile, collate, and analyze data and make a value judgment on a conclusion of each case. 3. Prepare correspondence and maintain records. FUNCTION E Provide an optimum security environment for the DCI during his appearances on Capitol Hill. ACTIVITIES E 1. Coordinate with TSD/OS on inspections and coverage during the hearing. 2. Coordinate with HSB/OS on support for ..._....._handling the transcripts of the hearing. 3. Monitor the front door of the hearing room. 25X1A 4. Maintain security sterility of the hearing room during break periods. 5. Conduct post inspections of the hearing room to assure that all classified material, including notes made by Congressmen, has been retrieved 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Reim,Se 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00SE3R000600270001-2 25X1A 25X1A ACTIVITIES F 1. Conduc operations. 2. Control roperties. 3. Prepare re orts. 4. Analyze and evaluate findings. FUNCTION G Provide security support and guidance to Agency components. ACTIVITIES G 1. Respond to queries on Executive Orders, USIB and Agency regulations. 2. Respond to queries on specifications for vaults, secure areas and special purpose vaults. 3. Respond to queries on approved security equipment. 4. Respond to queries on required security procedures and controls. FUNCTION H Assure Agency regulatory documents pertaining to physical security are current. ACTIVITIES H 1. Periodically review series pertaining to physical security and update where necessary. 2. Periodically review and update when needed. 4 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For ReNese 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP836004a3R000600270001:2 25X1A 3. Review all physical security specifi- cations and update when necessary. FUNCTION I Conduct special business as received by the Branch. ACTIVITIES I 1. Review and evaluate employee suggestions. 2. Conduct special investigations directed by higher authority. 3. Conduct special studies as directed. 4. Compile, collate, analyze data and prepare comprehensive staff papers on subjects specified by higher authority. Chief, Domestic Security Branch Approved For Release 2000/05/31 CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 i Approved ForReleaselieba:UlartAir3B00823Ree060027001s-225 MEMORANDUM FOR: Acting Chief, Physical Securiiy DivisioA FROM : Chief, Headquarters Security Branch SUBJECT ? Review of Milestone Office Functions & Activities ? 1,The following are identified as the functions and activities of the Headquarters Security Branch. I. Provide twenty-four hour security service for Agency personnel and facilities (Function). e"4"1 094_ 4:)--ite 25X1A ON? A. Activities Or Provide Agency personne with initial advice and guidance on a wide range o problems concerning both security and nbn-securit matters. .ge-r4Le-s?as a focal point for either solvi? g these problems in the Security Duty Office or as ,& conduit for getting the employee to the person or office who can assist them. J. ?AAVe" Acceptrad evaluatWAfers of information, inquiries and complaints from Agency and non-Agency personnel both telephonically and in person. Ikeise receiied, evaluated and-action tak4u_generally-imaccordAlice_mith establishpAd_pilace- -dures-i-b-ut in-many-instances they_a_re handled OR an ad hoc-b,asis. Affef 4/ Providxs and maintain backstopping services for covert individuals. Ott Report of security vi ations in all Agency buildings in the etropolitan ar with the exception of qrecei.ved from t 1pOs and pre- liminary inquiries and reporting conducted. Tak responsive action regarding the various intrusion and fire alarms and closed circuit TV systems. Approved ForRelease2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83BOCEMR00:06111121:00C002238 CONFIDENTIAL Approved FArclifilPtayser 430 k t Flours, Inc u cables and dispatches to appropriate officials within the Office of Security. jegels'Appr riate acts as in rmation conduit to FBI, Secret S:rvice, and local p lice departments relative to ar sts, accidents, da.hs of personnel, bomb threats, de..nstrations, threat on life of President and other governmental officials, etc. 40rfkiiiiilgs support to various component duty officers, including, but not limited to, Medical, Personnel, Logistics, Security, DDO and Ops. Center/DDI. 44. Maintains comprehensive logs and records of all activities and events. This includes preparation of emergency reports for senior Agency and OS officials. irog. Monitor the OS radio net which also serves senioi:.Agency officials including the DCI, DDCI, and DDA. kThis activity includes operation and control of the OS paging system.) 11. EffectO minor after-hours repairs of safekeeping equipment. r.a. Serves as the after-hours weather watch for the OS and initiates prescribed and ad hoc emergency actions, including timely notification of appropriate officials responsible for action in such emergencies. 14 Maintain phone and radio contact with the various local fire and police authorities who have con- current jurisdiction over Agency property and officials. Conduct a ter-hour security checks of senior offices including the D/OS and DCI suites. Conduct O after-hours security, safety and guard post inspections in Agency buildings in the metropolitan area. 0001Thisp,O4dOwirrres as contact point for all Agency personnel. Extension 6161 is provided as the emergency number for all new EODs and their families, for employees on TOY or leave, for the families of personnel in training at outlying sites and etc. 11 CONFipTIAL ? Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X1A Approved For Release 2V0/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R0QP600270001-2 : 15. tladirection by designated officials, A-4-- responsible for carrying out the initial notification relative to the various OS emergency 1 n plans include CIA Emergency Plans, 25X1A etc. II. Provide a receptionist program to process visitors into Agency facilities (Functions). A. Activities 1. Pro ss eac visitor by completing appropri docu nta ian, v ifyjng cy-it-er'ia for apprprt badges, and notifyitng e office to be visi A% spafialingepfnts foi hig Ile C)effic* con tene-ki-oullss alidLflax-eign ionals. 4. Provide di?re tions to,Awicy blding&l_infor- mation o bus ch-edul '5,su'e shiuttIe bus tickets (P. and reques cab service. AO. Maintain a daily count on all badges assigned to visitors and follow up on those badges which are unaccounted for. 4. Maintainfupdated directories including names, room numbers and telephone extensions of areas which are normally visited in Agency buildings. 4. Maintain a alertness for potential security problems including cranks, unattended briefcases, suspicious packages, etc. III. Provide maintenance on all safekeeping equipment in the Headquarters and outlying buildings (Functions). 41 Activities 1. Provides routine and emergency repairs and replacement of parts on safekeeping equipment in Agency facilities in the Metropolitan area, including overt and covert installations. De.t. e.ettapment_slieui-d-Up curplusevi. 3 CONFIDFNTIAI ApproVeCiror tese 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 ? !! Approved For R4aW1100 p.mtglipsqqopp ftlAppmfio -2 equipment and electrical and mechanical door locks in the Metropolitan area. 4aa_asiditlian?to?tire?routine- comb-in-atiun?changs? _effects-changes--o-n all safe, _canta4 rromised TM-O.-Ugh- security- . vi-o-1 at . e. Install secure areas. g-(44 Provid advisory opinions to the Security Violations Officer whenever there is a possibility of a safe cabinet having been defective rather than improperly secured. locks on all newly constructed so 4k.?Provid fter-hours service on major safe problems which can ot be handled by the SDO. 3\ 4 Provid service to open key locks when the keys have been lost or forgotten. . MaintainrlThison with Office of Logistics personnel to ensure that necessary and appropriate modifications are made on inoperable safe cabinets prior to their being returned to service. 4,11. Maintain 1 aison with safe equipment manufac- turer's representatives in the area in order to keep abreast of the latest trouble-shooting and repair techniques on equipment and to ensure a reliable flow of spare parts. IV. Provide escort service for uncleared personnel, funds and classified materials (Functions). A. Activities .34 Av Serve as escort for the movement of large sums of money and bulk classified materials between _various facilities, -both inter and intra Agency. Qgaintains radio contact with the SDO and sounds the alert on any provoc tions) Provid scort for the protection of the transcriptions of the various proceedings taken when Agency officials attend closed hearings on Capitol Hill. 4 CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 290/05/ CIA-RDP83B00823ROW00270001-2 3b Provid escort of uncleared working contractor and char force personnel working throughout Agency facilities, on a 24-hour, 7-day a week basis. V. 'Maintains a system to collect collateral and fines for the Agency's parking and traffic violators (Function). A. Activities 2-7. Receiv and processM all traffic and parking tickets issued each day by the Federal Protective Officers. T-44;14-e-t-s-a-r-&-ma-Ititalrled-according to state- 4Dd ltaems,e-numbexs. s.9F-110, Conduct' follow-up on all unpaid tickets oVVie ter-s' F.P4a---e-en-t-a-c-t----the---Iocal_p_ol_iice_jurisdictions (via- teLepho-n-e-ox_latterj_to_eztablish the identity of-the_ Aialarlia-hjs-1-icen-s-e-polate-number.. of ei tact ii ic vio tors, eminds t ests eir c te' . ?r .ini. court. 39 ofp Collect forfeited collateral fines and prepares necessary fo ms and receipts. qt)40, Maintain a tive files on pendin tickets until each violation has been records are considered to be official court records and the monies colle ted public fund:). y? 4.1 Prepar appropriate documentation relative to each incident adjuildicated by the U.S. Magistrate. EJ-Trrep rt to--reflert-t,he-- ,daspoisat,agal_pf cas-e-as-well for - _Leitures -and'N4minist ativeaadjustments.- i 4. Deliver al monies to the court together with written disposition of each case. ,Ast Provid i formation and guidance concerning GSA Parking Regulations, collateral fines and court appearances. 5 Approved For Release 21:gPaPP:VIIAT-11483B00823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 29d0/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R00600270001-2 VI. Maintain a badge and credential system for Agency and Agency-associated types of personnel (Functions) X/ A. Activities ? 44. Conduct preliminary security indoctrination for all professional and clerical employees at time of their entrance on.du y. 45 tp Fingerprint a 1 categories of personnel and process their records through Clearance Division to the FBI for appropriate checks. ei(474111 Operat a photographic console to take badges and credential pictures. Operates laminating equipment in preparation of all types of badges. Mni ains con ? he Mail-111a-C-tUrX-- 25X1A ergency-nd_ PLS_ca.ses . This requires ecial-protts,sdng i"12 Jr. Issu b dges and credentials to security approved personnel% ?O- Maintain a record of all badge and credential transactions in the CENBAD computer system. 574 Maintaink daily liaison with OJCS on all matters concerning CENBAD. -4n th.e_sy:_s-tem, training of Tersonnel. Sollow-w--on_s.arvices Ithich_CENBAD has--been -programmed to provide, establishing requirements for special CENBAD reports to assist OS officials in the management planning and programming and etc. badges and credentials of persons who have terminated their Agency affiliation records mown4REEMUmwe41- to reflect receipt of these items. 15or? Controli/rkils sues permanent and temporary f. CIA contact credentials. Vilo-rk-c-I-usel-y-wit-h-OTS-an -en-All such doCimuntation. 6 P UMW LITIL Approved For Release 206L5131 : UlA-KUP83B00823R000600270001-2 , ?*1- 1.?? ? 9 V I., I ? ? ? ? Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : DP83B00823R90600270001-2 140 Maintain liaison with component security and administrative officers throughout the Agency for the purpose of coordinating activities regarding Agency documentation. VII. Oversee GSA Federal Protective Officers to ensure protection and security for Agency personnel and facilities (Functions). 25X1A L544 A. Activities 4 Provid guidance and direction to four Federal Protective Service Zone Commanders, who have protective cognizance over all Agency occupied buildings in the Metropolitan area tkrough verbal- 2., MaintainArcgntinual liaison with GSA Headquarters officials. 3. Serv coordinator and overseer on all Federal Protective Service charges costs, overtime, staffing and manpower matters. 14-epares monthly and sp-ecial_magarts concerning these matters; eaordinates- -c os-ely-with Zone Commanders-to-unsure that the Agency rec.eives-the service for?Ofich it has contracted and ,and-is-being charged prio ties FPO 'one and s 11,14 me re ed on a t'merrY basis. Ag.. Conduct' odic iodic pedestrian traffic flow counts as a means of verifying the need for Protective Officer posts. . Maint s direct daily contac Pr. ectiv e vice Zo Commande Fadera r.ctive 0 icer-p a d d Or. Ens es that dir io a carrie. Aut properly a m endat'e. s of Federi through th one C , a iv Rou tec ran e inst mo icers Chief, Headquarters Security Branch merits Approved For Release 266)4FiDENNTIM*83B00823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release Mt0/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823RW0600270001-2 0 S cLt Thc7-4 o _,-----I eo--71.-a-z--ye01-4;1-4 oet,,z,??r,e4,,,,?, a N..? i, a, ?-- CO ?`7/1?e C) -C "-C Ae t\-.... ---e1-72/1- Z - ,o----7 e'--7'z-ei .e.--11 IL--- ,L- o-y6 )h? f/ ..wv, ..,,Vt. N. 1, ----- ,,,,,2_, ,,,,.?-i,,,,4,_ ,ze,,e_ife7) CIA4;.elease /v- -se -10270001-2 ;- 1 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000600270001-2 ,,e7e f2,1_,--e 0 de#2,P4--e ../e). 4_,------?-2/Z--ez-e-i/L----------)--i-?2_,) , i C-L-er,---?-1.,i?r:------ 1,.----/A--e,e7---z----e? - ,1,2'1"1- ?61_-? -tt-liel 4fe1-42L ' r,..V..-t. A--1-6---e,t,e-- rov / 6 Releasec2000/05/31 : CI 0 -RDP83B0,23R0006,72112 ) t iesiz Approved For Release 2900/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R0418600270001-2 S- 47- -11;-7/_ a ? ter2,,i6n efra-/ /-64-1,.4441" /71c76. ef7tdze,I. -/--?. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release$00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823Fte00600270001-2 0.2 al) "7---/,S "a?-:41-79/aff. n 6L- 2)i. /V/ 41,44,2t4-3A? c?ela?jii,fi s Aro v Amara if 0)-1---, , ,e-J--) 07---C---it--0-1-"1/4-3 611-7's--1X-4-21,a,e--r-eretvtlia Appro e1 e 20001051311C -RDP83600823R000600270001-2 1 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R090600270001-2 c" ott&-z'y c4f 02'5 `'7/t4 09-a Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2.00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R4a0600270001-2 7-4 S 3.4 4=o-- ,?.4) L7k A,Arv"--e, et_44-v1/4- 1 f/*/ oc,5t/ _ ApprovV For RelMO.V.W1 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2,00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823RW600270001-2 ?b.sf? t.,(r (3rE Ce7f7?,, CZ-4-- CA--/r7"--21---- Os Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releases/800/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823Re00600270001-2 s 7---A S Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 ----"4-Approved For Release.2004 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A B00826000060-270001-21 OW BRIEFING AND SERVICES BRANCH FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES I. FUNCTION Provide briefings t o1A enc and nonAgency. groups in the field 25X1A ACTIVITY /, 114 Weekly H.A.S. briefing at Hqs. trall Agency employees departing for overseas duty. -9 H.A.S. briefing (Quarterly) to the Vietnam Orientation course at the Chamber of Commerce Building. g. H.A.S. briefing ( uarterl ) to the Advanced Operations Course H.A.S. briefing (Quarterly) to the Basic Operations Course H.A.S. briefing (Quarterly) to the National Communications Security Course at the National Cryptologic School?ort-141-e-.44-r-p-o-r-t?knaex.. k- F. H.A.S. briefing (Twice a year) to the Defense Intelligence Attaches -art-444e?iiqs. 25X1A 25X1A j/ H.A.S. briefing (Eight times a year) to the Office of Technical Services Audio Management course ciL3nq'te,44 H. H.A.S. briefing, (Six times a year) to the OTR Trends and Highlights course -a-t---t-he- Approved ForRelease2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Relea96,2000/001N Eiro4WEIktia08243000600270001-2 er /4-4,1-1 4;, Residential Security -Gaut-S-6 (monthly) to_be presented at Ilqs. ,j-iA Various-tutorials and special H.A.S. eTC-(.2,140 briefings. Time and -frequency depeiia?UPon ?reque St. II. FUNCTION Provide training to Agency-groups in the-field af_physical security equipment. ACTIVITY /0.15, Physical Security Equipment Course (Ten times per year) 25X1A if Physical Security Officers' Course (Two times per year rg 4k Field Finance Course Eight times per year) held at 25X1A 25X1A Various tutorials.- ? Time-and frequen-cy- __depend upon _requests, III. FUNCTION Provide logistical support services for the Technical Security Division. ACTIVITY it 4i Preparation of requisitions and maintenance -- of a daily record of expenditures against appropriate allocations. / p?, Prepare turn-ins of obsolete, excess and uneco omically repairable materiel. 1 ? -2- Approved ForRelease2000/05/i341:;p4ARFNM0823R000600270001-2 t.JUIMULI HML UUNrIfiC.IN I I/11_ 4pproved For Release/2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300824R000600270001-2 7,5-- 0-Vt./ r Maintain stock control procedures. Initiate and monitor industrial contracts for the repair and modification of specialized /67 9-)4_, 44mi electronic equipment. g= Prepare documents for shipment of /1/471,7,,.46/zel electronic supplies and equipment. F. Repair, calibrate and align standard ACM equipment. coNflo:?_ Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X1A : CIASP83Bcp)0600,7042 ApprOved For ReleaW200 vpre rs Di /8 Is /3 s9 F. s 7124e os 4-; /0. I Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R00060027 01-2 Approved For Releassr2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8360082SR000600270001-2 2 ai-,y6t4) 34,64-1-/-otti,d (2? ;91eq219te,42 Approve For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Relegre 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008000600270001-2 cP-7-7/ eft,m_oe ii-e 'a izt,tz 4z4,6a4-, P72),s - 4,) 1A-laPtfildal3Rs 1.1 100 0 Oickftli-e"1--/ Approved For Rase 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8310151823R000600270001-2 /131' C1.9 (re-jrU, -erL /'xtt f,W6 avq," v- h-74 25X1A Approv 2000/05/31 CI Approved For Releate2OlasPIECT483B0082 I. FUNCTION 0027 0.01- 5)(1 A ENGINEERING & PLANNING BRANCH FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES Manage a program which looks to the development of new equipments needed for the technical security programs of the Division. ACTIVITY For equipment developed in-house: A. Write the Request for Proposal. B. Evaluate proposals. C. Aid in negotiating the contract for the equipment. D. Serve as the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative. E. Monitor the performance of the contractor. F. Perform the acceptance testing for the equipment. For research,development and engineering tasks done in our behalf by ORD and OTS: G. In conjunction with ORD or OTS, identify needed equipments. H. Together with ORD and OTS serve as contract monitors and observers. Approved For Release 2000(MBIMA3B00823R000600270001-2 Approved ForReleast02000/05/31 :CIAIRIPPIPB00823,1111P00600270001-2 oLJL.I I II. FUNCTION Provide budget and planning functions for the Division. ACTIVITY A. Prepare Program Calls Annual budget and related papers. B. Prepare special studies such as a Technical Threat Assessment or a five year projection of technical equipment needs. III. FUNCTION Perform special technical liaison. ACTIVITY A. Serve as an observer to the Technical Security Countermeasures Subcommittee's R&D Working Group. B. Serve as a member of the R&D Working Group's Threat Assessment Task Force. C. Serve as a member of the Special Reading Group. Approved For Release 20 D PR1083 B00823 R000600270001 -2 Appri?ved For Releasee000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823W0600270001-2 '1k) S/ pro Soefe rya?ps 4111 a, ? ? 1Q-4 s ea) , .*Ppele*eplet3i;_leLe:;, 8s 823R00060027Q001-2 Approved For ReleaseNED00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R000600270001-2 ?,,rt-16-f4u4z,ta., tv2 Ct-6 e J.-e,s4z) domov" roved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releatie2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008210000600270001-2 7--51) op2 e7ii-ef44?4-/ 77-3. o -- ,c- 7--S //---r-A--) 7-S7) eivt_e/ o-r-s =i6136166.60G01-2 A roved or R ease 20 0/05/3 4" 4 All)proved For Re!Nose 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600848R000600270001-2 S 7?S /0 c74 Lto e 4 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8360082 00600274( 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300813R000600270001-2 "7-5 't 0 It-1699-z -10-2/-42, 61-4L. eu. IL-e7t/ or" Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release,600/05/31 : CIA-RDP8313p0823%100600270001-2 7--yb (39i--/A Program and the Program for the Physically Handicapped. III. The Training Branch, under the direction of the Chief, MTD, Office of Security is composed of two (2) pro- fessional security officers and one secretary. Its function is is to providetcomprehensive security training 11 program for the Agency by giving secui:ity briefings by to all new EOD's to the Agency, assisting OS employees in obtaining both Agency and external training and 5y advising the OS Career Board on training matter. This training program encompases the following activities: A. Lectures and Briefings - 1. All EOD's are provided two security orient- ation briefings within the first two weeks of entering on duty. a. 4 One and one-half hour briefing on the security regulations (twice a month). b. 4 Six-hour briefing on the hostile threat (twice a month). c. A special one-half hour brieffihg for new clerical employees (twice a month). Preparing for Overseas (OTR) -,09ne and one- half hour talk on security problems overseas, about 10 times a year. 6 howe ARFCOS (DOD) -Ane and one-halfntalk on the Soviet courier system, and security problems prove or Relemg_popfokm : s 0823R0006002700 -2 Ime per year. Approved For Releaste2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082*b00600270001-2 Administrative Procedures Course (OTR) - 4 ne-hour talk on personnel security about 6r-yk- 8 seven times per year. Basic Operations Course (OTR) talk twice a year. CI Operations Course (OTR) - ,Two-hour. talk about three times a year. 25X1A 4t All summer employees are given.4one 1-hour briefing on the security regulations and another two-hour briefing on the hostile threat every week between 1 May and mid-July. Three times a year the Training Branch gives a special EOD security briefing to new Commo employees lasting about three hours. 4 -,jhree-hour , about 25X1A (f,) Twice a year Training Branch ,gives a three hour security orientation to the wives of Commo personnel going overseas. OS Training Courses - The Training Branch presents the following courses for OS personnel: 4 - Physical Security Course - two weeks, twice a year,., B. 0---YL--A51-0/6 cryi 4-dtee,,t 4k// The Survey Course - two weeks, 2 or 3 times a year. gkAiSecurity Officers Field Course - one week, once a year. 6.4p_pjyykilioriketiaigsitbtii66F311 e91,1141bF'611304:023-RODOSOONGIOK-2 Approved For Release*00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R400600270001-2 five times a year 40e0 Security Officers Training Course - 2-1/2 months, once a year. Special Agent's Training Course - two weeks, once a year. 10 Each of the courses requires preparation and coordination of a course schedule, and preparation and administration of course critiques. The Train- ing Branch is also called upon to support the Director of Security, the Security Committee of the USIB and OS components, in organizing special programs and courses, procuring films, and pro- viding technical support to these programs. C. Training of Overseas Assignees - Administration of training for OS overseas assignees requires: cry,a-14-ei 14 Registration of individual for OTR courses 44./?Maintenance of T&A records for students 6Y7/1- "4"4 during training period D. Senior School Administration - t. AJ7 Processe* approximately 50 request.s.per year for OS nominations to Senior Schools and ex- ternal management programs administered by OTR and the Training Selection Board. a. The ini ial request for nominations is first forw #ed through Chief, MTD for OS Career Service Board action, along Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releaser1600/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R050600270001-2 or>"( with synopsis outlinging prerequi- sites to age and grade, any school requirem nts, the application of the school to )S personnel, the names of those who h ve been nominated or attended the school in the past, and their comments ? as to the value 'of the school to them- selves and the 0 lice of Security. b. A nomination by the OS/CSB then requires the assembly of nomin cluding the nominating tion papers, in- statement, bio- graphic profile and fitn ss reports, for forwarding to the DDA over the signature of the Director of Security, or If approved by the DDA and the Training Selection Board, the nominee is briefed on the program, assisted with registration forms and the External Training Request is prepared and sent to OTR. ote, Internal Training Administration - Proccese 300 to 500 training requests per year requiring close co- ordination with OTR, OTS, OC or other Agency com- ponents providing training. This requires internal coordination, preparation of Form 73, notification of acceptance, provision of instructions, and finally documentation of records to credit individual for Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 * Approved For Release00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83130082314060600270001-2 12 ,7(9, crit4le 47, Iv. A&TD successful completion of the training. External Training Administration - Process' approximately 6.0 requests for external training per year. Surveys, Reports and Special Projects - Periodically furnistliavarious Agency Management with reports on course objectives-, number of students, type of instruction, subject matter covered, approximate cost of course, etc. Security Reindoctrination Program - Periodically I Adz, prepare and and present$ an Agency-wide Security Reindoctrination Program. Presentations projected to commence in early 1975 will entail approximately sixty lectures. Logistics Bran under the direc on of the Chief, Office of Securl is composed of Logistics Officer nd a Logistics As istant. Its fun ion is to rovide 1 s ical support to the Office. Thi logistical support encamp ses the following activities: A. Developing 1 istics plans, p rams andpolicies. Preparing Logis ics Annex's to se urity plans, rograms and proje t C. Pr..iding supplies, equipment, printing d re- produ ion support, and 114scellaneous serv es. D. Serving aAccountable Officer for all OS pro rty. E. Administerin stock accounting ystem for Accoun Approved For Release 2000/05/ : CIA-RDP83600823 000600270001-2 Property. Approved For ReleaseV00 /31 : CIA-RDP83130082340R0600270001-2 (0 .1 Cs 2 / / / oLc/1,Y 7g / /2 sv -7-b ---1--0-2--' e-e_e --a- .1 L ele.?/D -t? Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Relea~2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83130082V0000600270001-2 -1- ?- 'L--t-e"1-- ,----2---e)--ev-e-4-e z_t_tyCje _ -77" e----e, ec ,/ ,f,' -e_L c - ?-(1-7-1 25X1A 25X1A 4..,.."2--e---e Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releagraf2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008249000600270001-2 e2' ,..../ -----r ( 6d} Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releasem2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823111?100600270001-2 13 0ss`3 6,,oc?ce ,C---e -0, 171,z2,1 'Y'./( --24' Approved For Releasn000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823M00600270001-2 -7-?_e_ OS -CA2 ?re ,) Approve. Fo Rel a 0/9jWCIA-BDPO3B00 0270001-2 2 g--111342? 0/05/6/17: _ _A-R _360.08,2tRi0ON(121,0120V2L, S A/7 /--ea 77'/"" 'fr1/2 4?-7 /27 a, rE Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 (2 Approved For Release rrer00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R0e0600270001-2 61.5 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved ? H. ThN c!?1/ SU 141 I cessful Exte ,atr-RAARDP ompleti al Tral approxi atel 6 per year. rveys, Re ?Pr). dically 47ith eport student coverp Security R ikeL prepare-5 3 2190J ?- I'd': 0 E the alning. Admi 1st reques -2 ocesseW9 nal tra ing arts d Speci ojects nishi4 on our e ob ectiv type of nstructi ppro mate cost doctrinat o tko- d 'resents Reindo rinati subjec of matter urs etc P gram. to c mmence in e /A \, xty lecture . .?...,,, -\ IV. The Logistics Branch, under he .direction of the Chief, MTD, Office of Security is composed of a Logistics Officer and a Logistics Assistant. Its function is to provide logistical support to the Office. This logistical support encompases the following activities: y 19 75 12 ent CrrY5 - Periodi ally -wid Security resentatio projected wil entail app ximately r?A-7------D-eAre1opi-n-g---1-e-gp1ans, programs and policies. ek./. Preparing Logistics Annex's to security plans, programs and projects. peA, Providing supplies, equipment, ,I7 oc production support, afftE 43 Serving as printing Accountable Officer for.:all and re- OS property. Administering stock accounting system for ActountabA- , Approved For Relefage2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R000600270001-2 13 ? Aliproved For Releive 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600614R000600270001-2 2.; Maintain Table of Vehicular Allowance. 1..(0 Provid?rvehicular support .7 . . Supply-ing- overall RIZ 11 ag-ement o-f Off i-c--e?safe- . / an.cInFrii ? AT rsan-gliTg?f or -s-triTin Tol_Se?Gurity upp-ItEs hotts-e-si. Maintaining and scheduling OS Conference Room. 0 Preparation of requests for Building Maintenance. ll./Handling space and moving problems. Obtains or issues Agency Driver's Licenses, 4 13 1 f DC Official Parking Permits, Permanent Property Passes, 40w, Accelits and aocesses calls for trouble service , 7 o _equipmyft, utility malfunctions and cleaning services. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 5-7 Approved For ReleaseVd00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823W0600270001-2 74 Os 742/2-0V2Tt-eety /2.6.-rteet-vir ?L7 Qc (27Pqap10?PINATC405,,teozZ, Approved For Release4000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B008231114300600270001-2 - a 5 0'5 veZ., LFE,1--6 c7---%Os ,C1'22-1_ fe 2 4,141,4 kR- 9 fc-rw\ LOCIM '?7Z?.64c:77-40 Os S Approved Fo_aelelse 200e0M/e, CIA-Fi6P83B00823R 060 0001-2 Approved For ReleaseNtilia00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R100600270001-2 S 717tuse? Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R90600270001-2 /1 (23 ?ciee Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X9 Approved For Reigate 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0041a3R000600270001-2 II, The Personnel Branch, under tie direction of the 25X1A A) W14- clerical employees. Its function is to provide a complete personnel pr7 am for the Office of_LEHLLy including career man ement, recruitment, personnel processing, placeme employee relations, travel, Career Management - 1,7-64ieE.0.-au.el-B.Ten-ch serves as secretary to the Professional Security Career. Service Board and 's responsible for preparation of J, agenda/1 minutestimi _._reatiTedllio-y=tr?to5ard. Preparation of reports including the Annual Personnel Plan and the Personnel Development Program. lite Providing guidance and counseling to super- visors and employees on benefits, processing, grievances, disciplinary actions and prepar- Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Relearie 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP836008,21)R000600270001-2 ation of Fitness Reports, etc. lailzopirgosem statistical data base to provide projections regarding positions, personnel ceiling, attrition and promotional head- room. 17* -14611111111Ws biographic profiles, date of grade roster, etc. for Office of Security manage- ment use. -ruitment and Processing - Recruitl4t-processes fessional and contract personnel, Simm.:9-amnicsaw?Uf /10 s-&c-tiAllat:?91119.jat211.?21tti_PIParatIon -of con- tacts and E0D-pracess-ing-: Emplo3Leo=lentfits and Ret-&t-i-eii-s-- idance and counseling to super- visors and employees on personnel matters and employee benefits, such as insurance, Credit Union, Federal Employee Compensation Act, and leave entitlements. 4; 432ZEEM adIce and administrative support on disp,Upa_.vp placement problems...44144-74") ?//Provideoguidance and support for submission of Honor and Merit awards alit4=azzange pres-enting of Certifira-t-6-awards hy?fhe 47m/?Di-rector of Security. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releede 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8313008,2011R000600270001-2 191----Retirement /I) l.7) Provide Office of Security management with retirement projections by system and maintains statistics of OS retirees. -4110:7" At:34-te appropriate appointments and pro- /)I o (Dlyt,c,c cess r tiring emp yees. Doc umentat-ton - 15 76 X?.,,a, OL"Pli:Adi 2. /21 sport s -"W.110? -e c r -and othe-r app-r-e-va--1-s?ar c a-ted- Prepart TIDY, EOD, and relocation travel a-A., orderslytimovor?dee-umentat-i-onwhen- Thifar=e.s=sitdry ? Ma4,ata.lii-s--ITY?'s-rNiraFT?ro-s-t-er-whi-ch in s'tileduling of 1appoinfii?s, -61 - training) Prrsomil - ' Tt-epfta.cs Form--1?52?(Action. Request)-071-1 pos-onne-4?t-mits-artiOns. Schedulk;Mropriate checkout appointments for employees resigning or changing .assign- ments. Si Requests all Fitness Reports and Periodic CPW' St.ep?incTra-s-e-s?for?OS-gersonnel and ensures- *Ai tha-t?thuy are aubmit-ted-wheri?clue. ?-- ? c7----;=PfSil ? a&k-Assignement Preference Book and recordALployee preferences in that book. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Relesie 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP8313008434R000600270001-2 PreparAA/l Office of Security vacancy notices, and records responses to these notices. cz.3 4 Sggibm?ts clerical staffing requirements to Office of Personnel?wronthly?fot---Le76-tieTh Office of Personnel, annually, staffing requirements for Summer Only employeestand-4peft-thoir ROD proc_ees_and 14, M444,4444i-s?le-icator x4:44)-341s.administrative 9. Completes ction determined 15/y Office-of Security Career Boards such as Assignment Nomination mem anda /other Agency com- ponents, Quality -Increase requests to Director of Pers nel promotion actions and notification moranda. G. Support for Office of Security Objectives e4e4 Prepares Office of Security Affirmative Action Plan, maintains statistical data pertaining to goals and achievements, and advises Office of Security management of? overall Agency EEO programs. Prepares and maintains Upward Mobility Programs/monitors Office of Security g 9 involvment in the NPIC/Director's Opportunity ,1/ _1 (1._ , 7 ? /?--4.' pi? c," , 1 k, , j) ," 1 tA i 1 I / I Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 0 ;ow. c4kEii)T-34-) 0150A002 oi (1) c?? 13 -2,-Leee t4- a. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B0082 R000600270001-2 Approved For Release4/000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823g600600270001-2 e/n?d Apti FiCiiele;asjengoTh 15R848,23Rikii0J1271(0 Approved For Release 2001005/31 : CIA-RDP831300823ROGW0270001-2 ,e4,7 ? 6/9\S //a77`24 //cwfroaei--7-2,a0z-_-g 1'7C) Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2On/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R0041600270001-2 /7 7/, 6' 7-2,t?-?-; g,S" -7?Z) I 620 7/Q9 oL-ei ez) :46Rde0130043fio(qO itzeto e Approved For Release 2001/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823ROCKW0270001-2 a-712 C) 6t} L? 6-16-1 023 C" 4 (r4 Approved For Release'S00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823M0600270001-2 L7-7-S .,97,z6/4 ) .-v-t-d-0 _2) CS ) a----E- YaggIRWa3B00823R00060070001-2 Approved For Release 21010/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823R0100600270001-2 4/, e Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 (--.).-----' ,, 1 Approved For Release S800/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R4100600270001-2 FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES OF MTD I. The Budget and Fiscal Brandi, under the direction of the Chief, AUD, Office of Security is composed of three (3) Finance careerists and one secretary. Its function is to provide financial and budgetary support to the Office in the most expeditious and efficient manner possible. This financial and budgetary sup- port encompasses the following activities: Conversion of Office of Security proposed programs into fund and manpower requirements/ as a part of the annual operating program and preliminary estimates for future fiscal years. 4cA Formulation, consolidation and preparation of Office of Security budget requests. Development, implementation and execution of Office of Security Operating Budgets as allo- cated by the DD/A and approved by the Director of Security. 1PeV-Providing technical assistance and advice to Office of Security components and personnel on fiscal matters. fd---6 Preparation and submission of periodic reports to the Office of Finance, the Director of Security and OS operating components on the status of the Office of Security's funds, with recommendations of any necessary adjustments to be madedi This recommendation is based on a Approved For Release 00/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823RV0600270001-2 continuing review and analysis of expenditures, procedures, and programs such as planned obli- gation rates, monthly deviation reports, etc. Liaison with the Office of Finance, Office of if 0 Comptroller and the DD/A Plans Staff on budget C/ and financial matters as they pertain to Office of Security components. 4( Mailitenenc-e- of and/or-arrangement for appro- ).priate liaison with other Agency components on fiscal or budgetary matters affecting Security programs and projects. This is fairly exten- sive due to operational support rendered by OS Field Offices on behalf of other Agency com- ponents, particularly in the DD/O. 0 Developing, establishing and monitoring all /0 fiscal accounting procedures within the Office of Security to insure that Agency financial and logistical assets are adequately protected. Responsible for the pre-audit jUR certification of Office of Security financial transactions in- cluding advances and accountings of Offices and Imprest 25X1A H 2 Funds./ The----nrom-thly-do aT--ve-l-ume involved in- this activity averages-approximately $82,5-0-0 and _en-compasses audit-e-i-nzo,r,e- than- 3-60 individual IT-our-hers. In addition?all vouchers for Domestic Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RIDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X9 25X9 Approved For Release 2e00/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R1:40600270001-2 3 25X1A 4*" 25X1A and Foreign TDY travel are audited and certified in the BU Branch equalling approximately 40 each month. All financial documentation and vouchers Travel Branch/0F for audit and certification. Maintenance of Time and Attendance reports, dis- tribution of salary checks and credit union statements, and performance of various other miscellaneous fiscal duties as required by the Office of Security. Assisting the Director of Security in the pre- sentation of the Office of Security's annual budget estimates to the DD/A/Comptroller, torurts-sticLLA:g-earre-rtrfff-Ei.a18 and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). 14C Reviewing and commenting on all proposed Agency financial regulations, which have any impact on the Office of Security. 414 Giving advice, financial interpretation and lbassistance in ac ual preparation oferoprietary project4111111111budget4 and the administration thereof. Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Next 3 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 ;7'1/4?!rInEll 1 Approved For Release lieb0/05/1 : CIA-RDP83B008234A0600270001-2 fq ProvidV inspections and continuous monitoring during periods that senior Agency personnel testify before the Congress. 4 ProvidAcort to maintenance personnel working in the DCI complex and inspection of the areas of interest following such work. 25X1A Approved For Release 20010140Dg4TFIAt83B00823R00-0600270001-2 Approved For Releassit2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP831300823R900600270001-2 P F Offer- aidiloy Seeiroffer .Nd cif'sSjfR7 4C. jft.fi Approved For Release 20 /05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Approved For Releaseiruebiub ffn V b00270001-2 INDUSTRIAL AND CERTIFICATION BRAN FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES STATINTL /Processes Special Access Approvals, i.e., process compartmented accesses or Agency funded contractor personnel. 1:z'Processes Industrial Security Approvals at the TOP SECRET and SECRET levels. STATI NTL k rer' Processes Industrial Security Staff Approvals These are approvals for contractor personnel with staff-like access to Agency installations. An integral part of this processing involves personal interviews with the individuals both prior and subsequent to their polygraph interview. Processes Cryptographic clearances, i.e., Cryptographic clear- ance eligibility for Agency funded contractor personnel. tt-rffelfrg' Processes codeword access,/1.0.e., SI/TK access for Agency funded contractor personnel. Processes Visitor-No-Escort badge renewals for contractor per- sonnel. Processes Industrial Security Contact Approvals. (Approvals for contact with a contractor on a precontract basis.) Processes and manages the Facility Access Program, which involves the scheduling and processing of cases involving access to Agency installations for the following categories of personnel: Guards /0 Maintenance Personnel /I Char Personnel Services Personnel Individuals working in non-government buildings leased by the Agency Individuals at lc, Individuals at the OTS Training Site 17 Credit Union Personnel (Part-time) Approved For Reitefrg, 000/0/41. .SfiiPa Mit pe83600823n0060027000V2 alix 3TATINTL Approved For Releasvo.204% )&14 25X1 A Processes individuals to be contacted by the Division. YO001-2 - Processes individuals to be used by the...1111111111111 , ...1?Processes visitors to Agency buildings, including foreign ir nationals and various other groups. ,c;70Processes "Q" clearance cases. cQrtifies clearances throughout the intelligence community, including cases of individuals being integrated with ot er / agencies,/visits by Agency personneWDISCO retirements and staff certifications. Processes staff employee codeword clearances. STATI NTL Processes and makes eligibility determinations for codeword access for individuals employed by non USIB agencies. -04::Processes employee marriage cases, both domestic and alien. Processes Cryptographic clearances for staff employees. 2 Reviews files of staffers being considered for overseas assign- ,. ment. Processes a d reviews reyests for Visitor-No-Escort badges credentials and firearms and processes Finance Officer approvals. The word "processing" in most cases involves the total overview of the case by the desk supervisor, from receiving the request, having a file set up, scheduling investigation, reviewing the investi- gation, writing up the investigation and/or poly- graph results to issuing the clearance. Approved ForReleae'2000/05/31 CIA-RDP,81E100A2M600270001-2 Approved For Release/2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83B00823K0006002700017 STAFF AND OPERATIONS BRANC Functions and Activities 1. Process overt clearance requests for the follow- ing category of personnel: ? Staff applicants (clerical and professional) Staff Agents Consultants 2. Process overt staff-like and miscellaneous clear- ance requests for the following category of personnel: efa. Contract Type I 5-.7b. Military Assignees c.c. Military Detailees .7,d. Career Associates (staff-like) ?? e. Civilian Detailees , 11 9f. n ependent.Cont7i-d-tTors STATSPEC /6g. Lan ua e Instructors N h. 3. Process cases on Agency employees as required under the Reinvestigation Program. 4. Process the following covert approval and related requests emanating from the DD/O, DD/A, and DD/I: J3 a. Covert Security Approvals ly b. Operational Approvals /c c. Proprietary Approvals d. Contract Type External Approvals /-e. Special Inquiries if. Covert Name Checks, /i/ 5. Charged with responsibility for the following security liaison activities: a.0 4( a. Liaison with security and counterintelligence elements of numerous USIB and non-USIB Federal agencies re matters concerning, b t limited to, present and former Agency employees, app icants, etc.; A-/-04c-tv140-r--6x7, Approved For Release 2q V .17;,191t-pqr,113aQQA2aRgp0,?00270001-2 MANLY , Approved For ReleasehO gc, g.184SPROU 270001-2 b. Expedite review of investigative files at other Federal agencies in response to requests for special clearances and billet approvals; c. Direct relationship with White House Security Office and U.S. Secret Service in connection with maintaining, controlling and recording the Courier and Staff Access List for White House and Executive Office entry. 6. Responsible for representing the Office of Security on the Applicant Review Panel and the Overseas Candidate Review Panel.[A 7. Responsible for managing the Agency drug seminar program for employees and dependents being assigned overseas. 8. Responsible for the preparation of the "Clearance Division Report on Drug Usage Cases," a document outlining statistical information re drug usage cases processed by the Clearance Division. 2 Approved For Relentmaliav ?1111,51a 7.:-:crdr.c9rdiatBunili68-22gLigC19600270001-2 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2 Next 3 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2000/05/31 : CIA-RDP83600823R000600270001-2