NIC'S URGENT SPACE NEED

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CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0
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December 21, 2016
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June 5, 2008
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53
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April 18, 1983
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MEMO
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Approved For Release 2008/06/05 :CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0 Rl7U~`ING AND TRANSMITTAL Date 19 April 1983 TO: (Name, office symbol, room number, building, Agency/Post] 1. I ials J Date RPId ~~ .7 a8: Z, DDA , s. a coon File Note and Return proval For Clearance Per Conversation s Requested For Correction Prepare Reply irculate For Your Information See Me omment Investigate Signature Coordination Justi DO NOT use this f?rm as a RECORD of approvals, concurrences, disposals, >., ~ `, clearances, and similar actions EO/DDA'~ sari-io2 OPTIONAL FORM 41 (Rev. 7-76) PnscribM bar GSA -_ _ ~ esun .., ~ n, _? one Approved For Release 2008/06/05 :CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0 NIC# 2866-83 18 April 1983 ~~AT AITCTf]11TTVC TRITCDf`I 111 IICC (lA~ ADMINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL l1SE ONLY Approved For Release 2008/06/05: CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0 Approved For Release 2008/06/05: CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0 MEMORANDUM FOR: Deputy Director for Administration FROM Chairman, National Intelligence Council SUBJECT NIC's Urgent Space Need DD/A Regis~s?y I 1. I realize that the NIC is currently programed to move into adequate, permanent space in the Headquarters building sometime early next year. We look forward to that, but in the meantime we desperately need some stopgap solutions to some severe space shortage problems. 2. Because of recent and imminent additions to the NIC personnel roster, we now lack space to house nine individuals. They are as follows: Approved For Release 2008/06/05: CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0 ~MINISTRATIVE - INTERNAL l1SE O(~ 3. All the positions other than the two in the AG have been or are being added to the NIC as the result of recent SCI decisions. The AG positions reflect normal expansion to its programed full strength, but its present temporary quarters in GH62 lack the capacity to house the two analysts now in in process. In short, the NIC's present space holdings are inadequate to accommodate the nine new persons who are joining us. 4. If we had our druthers, we could solve our problems by acquiring an additional 800 to 1,000 square feet of space on a temporary basis somewhere close to one of the existing NIC units in 7E62, 7635, 7F18, 5G00, 2E49, or GH62. Less ideally, we could in a pinch subdivide some of the rooms we now occupy (a costly and not very efficient solution if we are to vacate these premises within a year, and this would pull GSA personnel away from other high-priority, already programed construction work). An even less satisfactory alternative would be to double up some of our people in our existing space, which would mean a nearly intolerable degree of crowding. 5. I realize that space problems in general are nothing short of horrendous for many Headquarters components at present, but our immediate fix seems to us to be more horrendous than most. Is there not some way which you can give us some temporary relief? STAT Henry owen Approved For Release 2008/06/05: CIA-RDP85B01152R000700870053-0