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May 16, 1986
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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/06/09: CIA-RDP89-00244R001403290005-3 EXECUTIVE CRETARIAT ROUTING SLIP ACTION INFO DATE INITIAL 1 DCI 2 DDCI 3 EXDIR X 4 D/ICS 5 DDI 6 DDA X 7 DDO 8 DDS&T 9 Chm/NIC 10 GC 11 IG 12 Compt x 13 D$Q41S1 14 D/PAO 15 VC/NIC 16 /0L/DA X 17 D/OIT/DA X 18 19 20 21 22 ug Remarks To # 12: For appropriate action on reprogramm r To # 13: Please prepare res onse to ion of security as requested. STAT Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/06/09: CIA-RDP89-00244R001403290005-3 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/06/09: CIA-RDP89-00244R001403290005-3 ~~ MARK O HAT}IELU. ORErsON, LHAIRMAN ".tee JOHN C STEN IISSISSIPPI LOWFtL P WEICKER. JR. CONNECTICUT ROBERT C BY :ST VIRGINIA JAMES A MCCLURE, IDAHO WILLIAM PRO,... c. WISCONSIN PAUL LAXALT. NEVADA DANIEL K INOUYE. HAWAII T LOCH ERNEST AWTO F HOLLINGS SOUTH CAROLINA 'United Matta es~att THAD HAO COCHRANAN. MISSISSIPPI IAWTON CHILES. . FLORIDA MARK ANDREWS. NORTH DAKOTA J BENNETT JOHNSTON, LOUISIANA JAMES ABDNOR, SOUTH DAKOTA OUENTIN N BURDICK, NORTH DAKOTA ROBERT W KASTEN, JR. WISCONSIN PATRICK J LEAHY. VERMONT COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS ALFONSE M D AMATO. NEW YORK JIM SASSER. TENNESSEE MACK MATTINGLY, GEORGIA DENNIS DiCONCINI ARIZONA WASHINGTON, DC 20510 Reidy WARREN RUDMAN, NEW HAMPSHIRE DALE BUMPERS ARKANSAS ARLEN SPECTER, PENNSYLVANIA FRANK R. LAUTENBERG. NEW JERSEY Emdk PETE V DOMENICI. NEW MEXICO TOM HARKIN. IOWA J KEITH KENNEDY. STAFF DIRECTOR FRANCIS 8- J SULLIVAN. MINORITY STAFF DIRECTOR May 16 , 1986 STAT The Honorable William J. Casey Director of Central Intelligence Washington, D. C. 20505 Dear Mr. Casey: The Committee has reviewed and does not object to the reprograming action submitted in your letter of 3 April 1986. The Committee is concerned, however, that much of this reprograming need results from an obvious inability of past program management to correctly identify both personnel and equipment requirements for the old and new headquarters buildings. Indeed, such requirements should have been well documented over the past several years based on the Agency's planning for the new building and on the budgeted manpower growth sub- mitted annually to the Congress. Moreover, the requirement to cover additional costs of escort personnel raises concern as to current program management. The issue of security greatly concerns the Committee. Specifically, the leased lines were not controlled by the Agency. Contractors were permitted to freely add to the existing telephone grid. The Committee seeks the Agency's assessment of the security implications on these decisions. The committee is convinced of the urgency of the reprograming request and will not object at this time. It does, however, re nest by 1 August a response to the question of security. The Committee will more oroughly review the Agency's telecommunications proposal during consideration of its FY 1987 budget request. With best wishes, c~pci ~=f t_' a~?s EVENS Chairman Subcommittee on Defense Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/06/09: CIA-RDP89-00244R001403290005-3