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31-4 COMM GROUP-APPROVAL/RELEASE-SHEET OFFICE SYMBOL DATE SUBJECT Transfer of (::ENTER LANE Project (U) IAGPA-F-S. 6 Dec 84 ACTION REQUIRED CG Approve Detailing the CENTER LANE ACTION -Q F ER-PHONE r 'ec- ?to DIA S CL-2 NOFORN LTC Bl:lz AV 9Z3-7829 i MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD (Describe briefly the requirement, background and action taken or recommended. Must be suffciently detailed to identify the action without rerourse to other sources.) (S/CL-2/NOFORN) ORIGIN OF ACTION: CG decision, and subsequent ACSI and Secretary of the Army approval, to discontinue INSCOM CENTER LANE DIA (Blue TAB A) t . o Project (ICLP) and transfer personnel and equipment (U) DISCUSSION: (S/CL-2/NOFORN) On 26 September 1.984, the CG INSCOM approved an a . MOA that would transfer the ICLP to DIA with an effective date of 1 r f e January 1985 (Blue TAB B). The MOA had as its intent a total trans of personnel, operations, equipment, and responsibility. The ACST approved the MOA on 4 October 1984, and authorized a detailing action for a period of one year, if necessary (Blue TAB C). The MOA was delivered to DIA for review and coordination on 10 October 1984. b. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Concurrent with and subsequent to the preparation of the MOA, the ICLP Manager met with DIA officials to discuss the transfer. On 19 November 1984, the ICLP Manager learned that due to intricacies in funding, DIA could not support a total transfer action at this time and therefore could not agree to the terms . DIA resource managers stated that the would request a of the MYOA . detailing of ICLP resources and that either Director, GDIP (see reverse) RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS YES NO ^ SG1J A. Personnel ^ B. Space Authorisation OMA ^ C ) osts ( C. Operating P CA ' ) A & M 13 Investment Costs (O D. 0 E. ROTE Costs F. Environment ^ ? (If "YES" coardinste action thru the Command Environmentalist ODCSLOG) COORDINATIONS APPROVAL/RELEASE OFFICE SIGNATURE PHONE SIGNATURE DATE IARM IACS A IAO S P" HEA E STAFF' E N e grade, phone nd signature) JIP~~? . GARRETT; C 0 S, IN. 0 ULAbbIrILL) 1,-T'; LA, IA(HQ) FORM '32 (IAUG761 REGRADED DFCI AS: ,A[]R WHEN SEPARATED FROM CLASSIFIED DOCUMENT ;Apps iVec Fgrf'Reaease 2001/0 07 : CJA.-RDP96-00788 R001500090031-4 " T:E TO 1Oi s. Yti11~'1 Jtii~~7 ZT, R ET Approved For Release 205 : I - D 96-00788ROO 1500090031-4 Staff, or LTG Williams, Director, DIA, would contact MG Soyster "in the near future" to discuss the concept of temporary detailing vice the total transfer of ICLP at this time. The ICLP Manager informed these DIA personnel, who supported a detailing position, of MG Soyster's strong desire to effect a total transfer. The ICLP Manager briefed COL Kirk and MG Soyster on these developments on 20 and 21 November 1984, respectively. c. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) As of 6 December 1984, DIA still intended to request a detailing action. The memorandum at Blue TAB D explains the basis for the DIA decision, provides rationale for a detailing action, and addresses the impact a detailing action will have on INSCOM resources. d. (S/CL-3/NOFORN) Recommend that CG INSCOM approve the DIA request to detail INSCOM personnel to perform psychoenergetic intelligence collection and counterintelligence activities. The impact on INSCOM resources will be the loss of two TDA spaces for the period of the detail and administrative costs (civilian salaries, word processing equipment maintenance, and equipment rental) that are estimated to be $60,000 for the remainder of FY 85. (Ti) WHAT THIS ACTION WILL ACCOMPLISH: a. (S/CL-3/NOFORN) Transfer the responsibility for all Doll psychoenergetic activity to DIA. b. (S/CL-3/NOFORN) Satisfy the requirement to cancel INSCOi's involvement in psychoenergetics IAW the directive of CG INSCOM. c. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Permit the Intelligence Community to continue to use a proven team of highly qualified professionals in the application of psychoenergetics as an intelligence collection and counterintelligence tool. LA- F-00788R001500090031-4 Approved For Release 2001~C.