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Approved For Release 200 0 : I - T.6-00788RO01 REPLY TO ATTENTION OF 10 October 1984 MEMORANDUM FOR Dr. Vorona, Assistant Deputy Director for ST,T, Intelligence, DIA SUBJECT: Review of Draft MOA (U) 1. (S/CL?-2/NOFORN) The CG, INSCOM and ACSI, HQ, DA have approved a draft Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) that will transfer the INSCOM. CENTER LANE Project to DIA. The draft MOA, attached as Inclosure, is provided for your review and comment prior to submission to the CG, INSCOM and Director, DIA for signature and implementation. 2. (U) After your review, request you return the draft MOA to 1. Incl BRIAN BUZBY as LTC, MI CENTER LANE Project Manager IVARNING NOTICE: CENTI?it LAN[- SPI CIAl. ACCESS PROGRAM 11ESIRICT DISSFM1NATION TO THOSE WITH VERIFIiil) ACCESS TO CATEGORY 'TFVO (2) SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES ANT) METHODS INVOLVED NOT RFLEASAR1,E TO FOREIGN NATIONALS Rov+~ l OCr g-'I DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY UNITED STATES ARMY INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND ARLINGTON HALL STATION ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22212 SG1J Approved For Release 200 r-W Z CLASSIFIED BY: CDR, INSCOM DECLASSIFY ON: OADR COPY OF COPIES 6-00788R001 500090037-8 61 IA11 Approved For Release 26$)E"Q4* I P9~=88R001500090037-8 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY UNITED STATES ARMY INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND ARLINGTON HALL STATION ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22212 REPLY TO ATTENTION OF MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN USA INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND AND THE DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY SUBJECT: Transfer of the INSCOM CENTER LANE Project to DIA (S/CL-2/NOFORN) I. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) PURPOSE. This Memorandum of Agreement is intended to clarify the elements necessary for an effective transfer of the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (USAINSCOM) psychoenergetic intelligence collection capability to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). This course of action is based on an agreement by DIA to accept the INSCOM CENTER LANE Project (1CLP) as a "package-deal" without a loss of any INSCOM personnel spaces. It is intended that the transfer will take place with minimum disruption to operations and training. 2. (U) REFERENCES. a. (U) Memorandum, IACG, INSCOM, dtd 17 July 1984; subject: INSCOM CENTER LANE Project (U) (TAB A). b. (U) Memorandum, DAMI-ISH, OACSI, dtd 1 August 1984; subject: CENTER. LANE (U)--ACTION MEMORANDUM (U) (TAB B). c. (U) Ltr, DAMI-ISII, OACSI, dtd 10 September 1984, subject: INSCOM CENTER LANE Project (TAB C). d. (S/NOFORN) Memorandum of Agreement, DIA, dtd 17 August 1984, subject: "Operating rationale and terms of agreement for the participants in DoD psychoenergetics activities" (TAB D). WARNING NOTICE: CENTER LANE SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAM RESTRICT DISSEM%,INON O T)SE WITH VERIFIED ACCESS TO CATEGORY THREE (3) SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS CLASSIFIED BY: CDR, INSCOM DECLASSIFY ON: OADR COPY, -OF ,,, COPIES Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001500090037-8 Approved For Release 20 /0 : C F-TIZDAU88RO01500090037-8 IACG SUBJECT: Transfer of the INSCOM CENTER LANE Project to DIA (S/CL-2/NOFORN) 3. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) BACKGROUND. USAINSCOM has invested considerable effort since 1977 in developing psychoenergetic operational methods. Intelligence consumers in the US Army, US Air Force, DIA, NSA, CIA, and NSC have all tasked this methodology to augment other intelligence systems. These agencies have recognized the value and potential of the intelligence application of psychoenergetics; it is likely they will continue to task the system. The transfer of ICLP capability to DIA must be done in such a way as to maintain continuity and momentum of effort, as well as the state-of-the-art expertise exclusive to this time-proven, highly respected activity. 4. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) SCOPE. The effective transfer of ICLP to DIA requires the cooperation of INSCOM, DA (ACSI), and DIA. 5. (S/CL-3/NOFORN)) AGREEMENTS, SUPPORT, AND RESOURCES REQUIREMENTS. The "package deal" concept has been agreed to in principle by all parties involved. This concept has as its intent the transfer of all personnel, documents, equipment, and office space from INSCOM to DIA. The transfer of ICLP personnel to DIA will not involve the transfer of any INSCOM spaces. ICLP has been an active intelligence collection unit since 1978. It is intended that the unit will remain an operational element under the direct OPCON of the Assistant Vice Director for Scientific and Technical Intelligence (DT), DIA. a. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Personnel. All personnel assigned to INSCOM and working on ICLP will be encouraged to PCS to DIA for assignment to the DIA element that will perform the psychoenergetic training and collection mission. (Operational participation with CENTER LANE is strictly voluntary and falls under the guidelines of DoD directive 5240.1-R, AR 381-10, and Code of Federal Regulation, Title 45, part 46.) b. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Documents. All documents maintained by ICLP will. be transferred to, and become the property and responsibility of, DIA. INSCOM will be permitted to retain access to command and control and, historical ICLP documents. c. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Equipment. All ICLP equipment, rental agreements, and on hand supplies will be transferred to DIA. ICLP automatic data processing equipment and automobiles will remain with INSCOM. d. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Office Space. The affected agencies have agreed that the best course of action would be to continue to use the ICLP facilities at Ft. Meade, MD, which consists of two buildings, T-2560 and T-2561. Use of the Ft. Meade facility will provide the least amount of turmoil for the personnel involved, Approved For Release 20 11D3107 ;RDP96J0' R001500090037-8 Approved For Release 2001 I TOEAFT-00788R001500090037-8 IACG SUBJECT: Transfer of the INSCOM CENTER LANE Project to DIA (S/CL.-2/NOFORN) permit continued operations and training with the least amount of disruption, and permit the best use of these buildings, which over the years have been modified to support this unique activity. Coordination with post authorities must be initiated to assign buildings T-2560 and T-2561 to DIA. 6. (U) RESPONSIBILITIES. USAINSCOM ICLP Project Manager will: a. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Function as INSCOM POC for transfer of ICLP to DIA. b. (S/NOFORN) Coordinate for use or transfer of present ICLP physical facilities (bldgs. T-2560 and T-2561). c. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Coordinate transfer of ICLP equipment, contracts and rental agreements from INSCOM to DIA. d. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Coordinate the transfer of all ICLP personnel to DIA. Counsel all ICLP personnel concerning the transfer and insure ICLP personnel are aware that they will be performing operational remote viewing at DIA. e. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) Coordinate for transfer of all relevant documents maintained by ICLP to DIA. 7. (S/CL-2/NOFORN) EFFECTIVE DATE. ICLP is scheduled to cease operations on or about 30 September 1984, at which time it will he available for transfer to DIA. It is expected that the transfer will be completed by 31 December 1984. Until completion of the transfer process ICLP will remain in its entirety within USAINSCOM. HAR Y--T,, .' OY It Major General, USA Commanding TOMES A. WTtTTT 1 -_ Lieutenant General, USA Director Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00 Q01500090037-8