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January 6, 1983
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EXECUTIVE Approved For Release 2008/06/30: CIA-RDP85BO1152R000600700100-6 .? TEAL :41P 1-7 ACTION IN FO DATE INITIAL I DCI 3t 2 DDC 4-0 s 3 EMIR , 4 0/ICS D0) ,' ?d 3t' - r DA X rtL t,F fab:A~ 7 000 8 DDS&T a p,ard 9 Chn/NIC LN} 10 GC ? 'r 1St ~ ~ r; 11 IG 12 Compt 13 D/EEO ltk 1 14 D/Pers 15 D/OEA 16 C/PAD/OEA jt: t fi 17 SA/IA 18 A0/DCI 19 C/IPD/Ols 20 21 22 STAT -t. Routing Slip To:, (Nem Nice sum bol ` r + ~ u ' ; room umb r , 6 e , n a r ' ' 411QIp ~ g.p.y/Post) :-~;~ 1. D/LOQi-st1CS s Requested Initials Note and Return ~'ie~p'aro Reps See Me Signature "'- REMARKS 'A :i: After ?coo dinat an ft h nnrrinr to `'pf?I Ce5 pl easy respond dl rQ"qt1,~ ,to and, pr.o5 I A I ',thy E e~ctit Y~ ,Secrettary and1pp ~ Re stry with' a opy of dour reply Thanks Approved For Release 2008/06/30: CIA-RDP85BO1152R000600700100-6 Approved For Release 2008/06/30: CIA-RDP85B0l 152R000600700100-6 - MACMILLAN PUBLISHING CO., .NC. Front & Brown Streets Riverside, New Jersey 08370 Telephone 609 . 461-6500 January 6, 1983 Mr. William Casey Director of Central Intellegence Central Intellegence Agency Washington, DC 20505 Dear Mr. Casey, Lai t Macmillan Publishing Co. Inc. has been producing text books for education for over 75 years. Cassell Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishing Co. Inc, publishes bilingual dictionaries primarily for both national and international education. Today, we are researching the feasibility of revising and expanding our bilingual dictionary product line. As you are probably aware, this is a massive undertaking both in terms of manpower and costs even if we can automate a portion of the process. To neglect the necessary revisions and possibly disband the development of new bilingual dictionaries because of economic reasons seems an injustice to our educational community as well as further inhibiting international relations by expanding the language (communications) gap. We understand that the Central Intelligence Agency has already developed computer software to automate the translation process. We would like to know if the computer programs, word files, and translations are unclassified information; thus, making this material candidate for public distribution? If they are unclassified, what are the procedures for obtaining the aforementioned material in the most expeditious manner as we would like to make use of it? We trust that you will treat our plea for assistance in this matter with the understanding that it is to our mutual benefit for Macmillan to continue and expand its line of bilingual dictionaries. STAT CH/l 2/24 r. ys ems Consultant DCI i EXEC REG STAT Approved For Release 2008/06/30: CIA-RDP85B0l 152R000600700100-6