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Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93B01194R001100150016-6 .;gtr DDA 82-0147 l9 January 1982 RMfORANDUM FOR: Director of Central Intelligence Deputy Director of Central Intelligence Executive. Director P .in 1932, problems that have been addressed and for which Objectives have been established, and. opportunities and initiatives for increased. effectiveness during 1982: A. Problems ' Must ba 'Addressed -in 1982 Harry E.. Fitz-,water Deputy Director for Administration Directorate of Administration Focus in 1982 -l In accordance with- your directions, the following provides major roblems faced by the Directorate of Administration that rat be addressed ClS 25X1 25X1 a. Slippage in schedule. b. Cost increases. Lack of Directorate resources to support Agency activities. a. Inadequate ADP prograilmer resources. b. Shortage of personnel for co=titer information security. c. Resources for new- Agency initiatives for which the DDA has not had the opportunity to program. d. Training resources for operations, language, and conference requirements. 5) Security--problem of leaks of classified info=.ation. 25X1 6) Assistance to the Continuity of C,overnrent Program, particularly in the areas of training and co::=._ ziications. a. State's desire for incr _, ' corrm,.~nications. b. Difficulty in managers n 77irrently constituted and attendant Congressional concerns. 2) Inadequate space for an expanding CIA. 3) Project SAFE. Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93B01194R001100150016-6 Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 B. -Established 'Objectives-- be Achieved in 1982 1) Recapitalization of w,worldwdde comnunicatioris. a. Initiate 5-year recapitalization plan. b. Organize out-year efforts. Complete a strategic plan for the Agency's information hard.Ling activx.t1es - Nod,3rnize Finance and Logistics ADP systems. Develop a 10?-year construction/space plan to provide for Agency construction of a new building on the compound. 'Ensure that major -computer programs such as SAFE and CANS receive t k scnedulina and costs oc a --adequate CIA scrutiny and oversight. o r . more effectively. .d a P requirements, particularly-in the areas of training, security, and data processing. 7) . Reconfigure the budget prograziing procedures in order to ensure that appropriate resources are provided, both finds and positions, in order that the Directorate-can render timely, efficient administrative support, on a centralized basis, to new Agency initiatives. 8) Develop plan for centralized review process for mawnuscripts_ 9) Rebuild the complement of telecommmicat?ons specialists and technical personnel through an aggressive recrULt^ient and training program- 10) Provide timely and effective support to the Agency's processing of new employees. C. Opportunities/Initiatives to be Undertaken'in 19821hich Will ncrease'E fectiveness 1) Pursue plan to assume responsibility for handling-classzfied cormunications abroad which will serve to minimize duplication of effort betwee d which -t ll ensure a more reliable, secure. ervice for the U.S. Government. Establish an effective working relationship with GSA and GSI to improve operation and maintenance of the Agency's working environment and cafeteria facilities. Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 roaram existing support resources to meet changing Agency e Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93B01194RO01100150016-6 X the interest of keenincr the paper as brief as possible, no details 3) Continue the Directorate CORE program to enhance communications and to ensure the cost-effective utilization of resources. 4) Pursue Directorate 5-year planning system which will provide for the close monitoring of near-term Office objectives and -the establishment of coordinated plans. 5) Reconstitute resources anmortise to support the Agency*s covert'action:activities. d to discuss our problems, are.' provided with the above, however, am pre are objectives, arid. initiatives if you so desire. Draft: EO/D.DA: Rewritten: (15. Jan 82) DDA:HEFitzwater:lrng (19 Distribution: dig - DCI l - DDCI 1 - EXDIR 1-ER ,T'- D11 Sub j 1 - DDA Chrono 1 - REF Chrono 1 - EO/DDA Chrono -c-roc: Jan 82) I-T Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 ROUTING AND TRANSMIITA.IP 22 Jan 82 C/cRD ion pp~l s R !quested cutate ir mment I Coordination vestigate LIC 20 Note and Return Prepare Reply See Me Signature REM. 27/ cam 1 The centralized review of manuscripts is clearly in our court. Mr. Fitzwater, as Chair- man of the IRC, will have to take policy action on this subject. However, our contribution will be to develop procedures for handling manuscript review and tighter guidelines which develop a rationale for non-approval in toto of a auto- biographical manuscript. Att: 0IS 82-059 Do NOT use this form as a RECORD of approvals, concurrences, disposals, clearances, and similar actions FROM: (Name, org. symbol, Agency/Post) D/OIS * U.S.GPO:1978-0-261-64713354 OPTIONAL FORM 41 (Rev. 7-76) Proscribed by GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.206 Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 For Your information ~ pO5 Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BOl 194RO01 100150016-6 Total of about jLJOINJOIJEW 2,-3 C40- --7- 'lumbered reports already systematicallyreviewed on which we have already replied to the Library or on which we:are still awaiting concurrence from other agencies -,3300 pages. - r.s.YllY+af71R'r7"AI!"'~.a..,-. p 2%XL%A -"'U.[x, *.+?!+,?=Cy .._"`.;,.7 tegy will probably have .to be reviewed at the Library.. J:'e 25X1 -iay be able to make a decision on. some of this group by rezerence.LO:our data base after we see their shelf lists. Total.of about p Ca,7o cv, . "lumbered reports that can probably be reference to the results of our systematic review.efforts - 6.,.000 pages. to, w; . '? ?a ` e' ti!s; f . e rt 4ra~i es The "balance of k,t that should be looked over by our reviewers, either to make.a review decision or to determine CIA. interest. It.:would probably. be more efficient to do this at the Library.. 'a- t t~ t ~- "m+ a ^"rv~ aC 1 ~J ~ Y Kennedy Librar The Kennedy Library has processed a small.,portion of its holdings and will let us know in abou.t.a t,3eek how.. that breaks :down as far as "CIA originated." and Brest'." They have a vault 12 ,or 3.. times the. site of . .25X1 unable ill b Th d t r i e ey w . ocesse al no yet p office full of mater 25X1 to g4_-,re us more than a wild guess much of that would be of interest to us. Johnson Library The .Johnson Library's holdings are probably larger .than the.KennedyLibrary's, and very little of it is processed or sorted.. It would be unproductive: at this time to ask them for even a guess as to our material there. G',4rt7e Cec-ro /000 CV, 1'r of nl.9 sr o n/A c. c ~c iaVe! s y J ~GFD Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BOl 194RO01 100150016-6 I) ~ - pprov A ed For Release 2008/01/09 :CIA-RDP93B01194R0 0016-6 6 - - -- 1 ci 'CA 0. N All~ N liz LLI n Zb ~ a j \ r ~ C h - Ct ; ,n 4) 4. - m' a m .r~ ..n .~. M. to tq g 'IT ti9 0 on mcV m t" 1~11 Vail 4t rd~0~ M rc coo M OO ? ' r"S 4 0 O oo 0 (~ 0 n o o o p i - CN V) ~~ O o 01 D 0 0 0 o, o u o 0 0~ o O c~ O M o i~ % h1 O Oa O. V l`. I)J 13, jAi 1,jj t4 PO 45 S W v W W tl r" to Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93B01194R001100150016-6 Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194R001100150016-6 W /,~7 ` / X~ in this gc around ith Vol. X. o~::.e .~ ~9 hours a-- least were s -..Dent revievring Frc n iny recd ds I would su. r t ,a.t a ` -I,F.. st t a.arity woxkin : cif rs :sere 0-1-V ed kerein CRD anc a co-Lre then we ~mst add 5 meetings with. State ( at two hours each) 2 trips to Hqs to discuss with DO. This Vol preso.-n-ited se7.'eral unique problems- th different pagination systems, some ni - . - -- w. - ._..._._.. ?. illegible co ...p"_ copies, prc ~ -'-ens appeals for reconsideration by the --_._? _. .. ....- -. -- and the time spent in the ... review Ya does not include the Original ~.._ _ ... ?? .... .......... .. ~_.._ x!ev ew- .( -coverin:r...about..-half of tie ._docaments ii...gae.stion)....since-_z-..had a --start-from- scratch.- Yo_nethele s -I-would imagine that we could count on ,about this r,rac-h time ,spent on any vol even if we get gaily -proofs and. better page numbering sys' c::A to work with. This s Vol. had about 2,500 ages (a full s fe drawer) sc it comes out to riore than I-C)Cl _pp per day ncluding readinr, reccrdirIg, discassing, coordinating, etc, et_. This tiY be too fast for so e re r_LeT,srs , . especially if we get into sore unfamiliar pr-particularly sensitive areas. I wouldn't be surprised if we didn't.. --_.-average' about a full review -.r vim.. although it wou-116- probably be spre-ELc. out aver a, three-f onth ri.,d to a!1ow for r with coordinat c.n state and DO. Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6 STAT Approved For Release 2008/01/09: CIA-RDP93BO1194RO01100150016-6