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Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 SECRET STATEMENT OF WORK: PSYCHOENERGETICS (THREAT TO US AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS) t030!?140d by_ i 1 Ca i ? 1 Dealassoy Ext.nd by ~~II 11 Approved For Reba IRDP6~~1U0~1 T0>I~~" I ) Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 SECRET STATEMENT OF WORK: PSYCHOENERGETICS (THREAT TO US AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS) 1. General the objective of this effort is to investigate in detail certain psychoenergetic phenomena that have potential military applications. Emphasis will be on evaluating application potential and limitations of such phenomena, and to evaluate the significance of foreign work, particularly as it may pose a threat to the US. Major emphasis will be on evaluating remote viewing phenomena and in particular, targeting aspects, via coordinate or other methods. Related to this are training methods, methods of enhancing reliability and repeat- ability of the phenomena. 2.0 Specific Tasks (FY 81) 2.1 Train two selected Army personnel in the remote viewing technique. 2.2 Determine if speech and auditory analysis techniques can be used to calibrate descriptions provided during operational,remote viewing sessions. 2.3 Train one Army designee on tracking techniques. 2.4 Initiate studies to determine if physiological monitoring can be used to calibrate accuracy of descriptions provided during operational remote viewing sessions. 2.5 The following tasks will be performed to assist in evaluating foreign work: 2.5.1 Simulate and evaluate foreign remote viewing investigations. 2.5.2 Describe the potential to remotely view secure facilities, examine potential for communications, explore resolution ability, resolve alpha-numeric targets. 2.5.3 To evaluate the potential of remote viewing as a threat to US security and to avoid technological surprise the following tasks will be accomplished. 2.5.4 Determine if classified data can be accessed, and determine the limitations of remote viewing. Approved For Release 049)16' :lC PT96-00788R001700 1bRE 3 (s-1 9zz/pr-1) Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 2.6 The following task will be undertaken to explore the applications potential of remote viewing: 2.6.1 Evaluate the use of remote viewing to locate target objects or people. 2.6.2 Evaluate the use of remote viewing for event detection and to locate events. 2.6.3 Evaluate the use of remote viewing for vectoring or tracking. 2.6,4 Evaluate the use of remote viewing to detect the presence or absence of targets. 2.6.5 Evaluate the potential of camouflage, concealment and deception as countermeasures to remote viewing. 2.6.6 Investigate the effects of the following variables on the remote viewing phenomena. (a) accuracy. (b) degree of resolution, (c) affect the sensory inputs (feel, smell, touch, etc.) 2.6.7 Other areas relating directly to the application of the phenomena to operational targets would include (a) methods of enhancements, (b) targeting aspects (coordinates, other abstracts, places names, etc.), (c) potential data errors, (d) training and selection of sensors. 2.7 Determine remote viewer capability to do the following: SG1 A 2.8 It is anticipated that during all three fiscal years there will be quick reaction tasks levied on the contractor. These will generally be of high priority and from high levels and therefore, should receive prompt attention. 3.0 Specific Tasks (FY 82) 3.1 The impact of the most critical variables affecting remote viewing will be further investigated. Approved For Release investigated. : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 1 'S p 9 'a. Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 SG1A 3.2 Remote viewing will be applied to operational targets and the results evaluated in regard to accuracy, timeliness, types of target and size of target. 3.3 Work on contermeasures will be continued and the detection of remote viewers at the target will be attempted. 3.4 Apply knowledge 9wined in FY 81 to real operational targets. Additional wi 1 be issued in the last quarter of FY 81 and will be based largely on results of work done in FY 81. 4.0 Specific task (FY 83) Additional Specific task for FY 83 will be issued in the last quarter of FY 82 and be largely determined by the results of work in FY 81 and 82. 4.1 Many of the factors that enhance or inhibit various psychoenergetic phenomena will have been explored during the first and second year concerning applying the phenomena to operational and intelligence targets. During the fiscal year the emphasis will be on incorporating and integrating the phenomena into the intelligence process. 4.2 Selection and training criteria for remote viewers will be 'Fully developed. 4.3 Interpretation of data derived from the remote viewing by intelligence analysts. 4.4 Ways to integrate remote viewing data into the intelligence cycle will be developed. 4.5 Ways and means of incorporating remote viewing phenomena into military operations will be investigated. 5. Specific Requirements 5.1 Approximately thirty-three (33) percent of the overall effort should be directed to satisfying tasks on analytical techniques and training subjects, 5.2 Approximately thirty-three (33) percent of the overall effort should be directed to satisfying tasks on evaluation of foreign work and specific intelligence assessments. Approved For Release 200 : C `ARC 6U788R001700280015-9 SG1 A Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 5.3 Approximately thirty-three (33) percent of the overall effort should be directed to satisfying tasks on the applications potential of remote viewing. 6. Security Requirements: The overall classification is Top Secret. SI/SAO billets at these access levels will be required by three personnel. 7. Deliverables: The contractor shall provide the following. 7.1 Monthly status reports to include major accomplishments, problems encountered and fiscal status. 7.2 Quarterly 'technical Reports to highlight accomplishments and detail progress on the task designated for examination during the quarter wi 11 be completed by the contractor. 7.3 A final report at the conclusion of the contract will be submitted. 8. The principal Contractor Monitor will be the single point of contract for both the contractors and participants. He will Interpret the requirement to the contractor and interpret and provide th to the funding participants. R cT Approved For Release'2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release-2003109116 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001700280015-9 MILESTONE CHAR7: NOVEL INTELLIGENCE TEC Ni QUE Q2 Q3 Q4 ! QI Q2 Q3 Q4 j QI Q2 Q3 Q4 2.0 Specific Task 3.0 Specific Task for FY 82 4.0 Specific Task for FY 83 Approved For Release' 2003109116 : CIA-RDP96-0078#R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 ..xr . ^ d y~3 t *.ve 4 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: Upon receipt of contract award. A contract of 36 months' effort is anticipated with deliveries as follows: MONTHLY STATUS REPORT: Four copies shall be submitted to the Primary Contract Monitor no later than 10 working days after the first of each month, for the prior month, throughout the contractual period. The initial report is due within 10 days of the first of the month following the award of the contract, PROGRAM PROGRESS BRIEFINGS: Briefings shall be of an informal nature and shayi be held at the end of each quarter. Specific time and place to be deter- mined by the contractor monitor. The contractor shall furnish copies of informal charts, viewgraphs and other aids as may be needed. The informal briefing shall consist of a contractor presentation and informal discussion arnonq contractor, funding agencies and other government personnel as appropriated QUARTERLY TECHNICAL REPORTS (Draft): Five copies to the COTR by the start of each quarter for each of the specific sub-tasks. The principal will provide comments within 15 working days. FINAL TECHNICAL REPORTS: Fifteen copies to the COTR no later than 30 days after receipt. of comments on .technical report draft. FINAL REPORT: Ten copies and camera ready reproducible master shall be submitted to the COTR 30 days after receipt of DIA comments. QUICK REACTION REPORTS: As required. Two copies will he delivered to the COTRs 9? Approved For Release ~2003/09M6 : CIA-RDP96-00788RO01700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPER E U TPMENT SG1J Government furnished property or equipment to be provided to the contractor will primarily consist of reports, data, and documents which will be provided on a loan basis. Contractor access to other DIA facilities in Washington, D.C., and such other related intelligenc facilities as may be necessary will be arranged by the DIA contract moni tor. INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE Inspection, acceptance, and delivery of reports will be at the Defense Intelligence Agenc ATTN: D - Acceptance will be based on a e ermina on by the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) that the contractor is performing in accordance with the tasks specified in the Statement of Work. Contract Monitor will bel TECHNICAL. PROPOSALS A technical proposal will be required. The originating office requires the contractor to provide an addendum to any information required by the contracting officer which details the contractor's methodology, schedule, and manpower loading in meeting the contractual requirements. Such irforniation should be submitted to DIA/DT-lA for evaluation prior to negotiations. The classification of the contract is SI/SAO. Reports issued under this contract shall contain the following acknowledgements: This study was supported and monitored by the Defense Intelligence Agency of the Department of Defense under Contract No. ET GOVERNMENT FURNISHED DATA Data required by the contractor will be requested in writing from the COTR. The COTR will maintain a record of all government documents transferred to the contractor and will ensure their return when the contract terminates. Approved For Release 2603/09/1'6': CIA- P-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 FUNDING FY 81 - 450K FY 82 450K FY 83 - 450K Approved For Release P66-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 0J " ATTACHMENT i CONTRACTOR REPORT CONTENTS A. Monthly Status Report The Status Report shall be in letter form and, generally, should not exceed three (3) pages in length. Its primary purpose is to inform the contracting participants of significant events, accomplishments, and problems associated with the progress of work. The report shall represent a narrative summary of the work underway and shall be prepared to address the topics outlined below. Any of the topics below may be covered noting such comments as "none", "not applicable", or "no significant change" when appropriate. (The report shall not be used to document technical progress or contain technical charts, graphs, or formulas. Such data belong in technical reports.) RESEARCH PROGRAM PLAN. A brief statement of the program's objectives and the plan for research shall be included under this topic. MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS. A brief description written in norntechni ca1tnrms, o anyfindings or accomplishments that should be brought to the attention of the contracting agency or DIA management shall be included under this topic. The accomplishment of major milestones or the occurrence of technological breakthroughs shall be reported. Q PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED. This topic shall include difficulties which have a.fFected o r cou Td''affect, the progress of the work. These would include problem areas of management significance such as: personnel, facilities, contracts, funds, strikes, disasters, etc. Significant problems of the technical nature shall also be included, in brief, nontechnical terms. FISCAL STATUS. 1. Amount currently provided for contract. 2. Expenditures and commitments to data. 3. Estimated funds required to complete the work. 4. Estimated date of completion of work. ACTION RE UIREDBY THE CONTRACTING AGENCY. Generally this topic will include assistance required in reso vinng "Problems Encountered." Approved For Rele 1003%09' A 6'~ xtD - DP96-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 FUTURE PLANS. A brief statement of any significant change which is plane d ri the course of the work or any new item considered to he of interest to management shall be included under this topic. B. TECHNICAL REPORTS. 1. These reports will present a concise and factual discussion of technical findings and accomplishments during the period. The report should be of technical publication quality, including appropriate subject matter reference. 2. Each Technical Report will include a report summary. This sure ttary, prominently identified, should normally not exceed a few pages. The purpose of the projects must he specified, together with a description of important equipment purchased or developed, if any, and the conclusions reached by the contractor. The most important single feature of this summary is that it must be meaningful to readers who are not specialists in the subject matter of the contract. The requirement for careful preparation cannot be overemphasized as this summary will often provide the basis for decision on the continuity of the project. The contractor must recognize that his achievements are quite often surveyed by Department of Defense staff who function at a level that precludes a thorough review of detailed reports. Where appropriate, references should be made to more detailed sections of the report in order to guide those who may be prepared to spend the additional time required to develop a more complete and professional understanding of the accomplishments. The report summary should include the following information for 1. Technical problem. 2. General methodology (e.g., literature review, laboratory experiment, survey, field study, etc.). 3. Technical results. 4. Implications for further research (if any). 5. Special comments (if any). .. FM Approved For Release 0 jLG CF96-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 EC ET MIPR CONTROL PROVISIONS AND GUIDANCE 1. Funds cited may be used only for the project delineated in the attached statement of work. 2. It is estimated that for this project $450K per year for three years is required. 3. The total MIPR estimate shall not be exceeded by the purchasing office. 4. Changes in purpose, scope or desired results from those delineated in the attached Statement of Work must be approved by the Primary Contractor Monitor. 5. The primary Contractor Monitor for this project is: SG1J Approved For Release r: - 0788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 HAL NOVEL INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION TECHNIQUE (U) JUSTIFICATION FOR SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT WITH SRI INTERNATIONAL e 1. (C) Sole source procurement must be initiated for the award of the contract to SRI International of Menlo Park, CA, for FY 1981. 2. (5) In order to fulfill the objective of this Statement of Work, the contractor is required to have a high degree of technical competence in the analysis and evaluation of advanced threat techniques. There is no doubt that SRI has the background and expertise desired for the specific advanced threat of interest. SRI is a recognized leader in this particular field of analysis and evaluation, and has performed similar work for other US Government agencies over the past few years. Their previous work, under Contract DNA 001=78-C-0274, will form a highly meaningful data base which will greatly enhance the value and effectiveness of this contractual effort. 3. (C) The effort involved for a new contractor to research the same level of capability and expertise that SRI currently possesses for this area of analysis and evaluation would be too time consuming and uneconomical to acquire and develop. To acquaint a new contractor in this area of expertise would require several years simply to achieve the present level of expertise and competence possessed by SRI. 4. (C) The performance of SRI on similar DIA, Army and Air Force contracts in FY 1976, FY 1977, FY 1978, FY 1979, and FY 1980 is judges as outstanding, fully justifying them as a sole source. The SRI researchers implemented numerous innovations to maximize output of these prior year contracts, and were able to utilize additional resources at SRI without added cost to the Government. 5. (C) The capabilities and characteristics delineated above, especially the SRI- funded development of sources and data base, ensure that SRI International alone has the qualifications to satisfy the requirements set forth in the Statement of Work, especially within the compelling time frame of this contract. Approved For Releas Nnr96OO788ROOl 700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 DIA LOGISTICS/SUPPORT PLAN Novel Intelligence Collec- PROJECT TITLE tion Techniques PROJECT SPONSOR ELEMENT DT- TE LE P f{ONE ..,.. A. EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PLAN, Support Element: RTS-6 1. Internal Maintenance a. Personnel b. Training (No equipment required. This is exclusively a study contract.) c. Spare Parts d. Maintenance Facilities e. Test and Support Equipment f. Technical Data 2, Contractor Maintenance a. Periodic prevention maintenance and repair b. On call maintenance only B. SUPPLY SUPPORT, Support Element: RTS-6 (No supply support required.) 1. Consumables (Include complete description and estimated cost.) a. Source b. Expected Usage c. Lead Time d. Cube of required stocks 2. Equipment Storage SG1J SG1J prmv Approved For Release 21993/09/16 : CIA-i6-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 C. EQUIPMENT TRANSPORTATION HANDLING, Support Element: RTS-6 (No equipment required, this is exclusively a study contract.) 1. Weight and dimensions of equipment/furniture 2. Destination buildings and rooms 3. Expected delivery date(s) D. FACILITIES, Support Element: RTS-6 (No Government facilities utilized.) 1. Utilities and dates required (power, water, air conditioning, telephone other.) 2. Space and construction requirements and dates required 3. Location 4. Physical security 5. Health, environmental and safety implications E. PERSONNEL AND TRAINING, Support Element: RPM-1 (No DIA personnel involved other than contract monitor.) 1. Number of civilian and military personnel involved 2. Type and explanation of changes desired a. b. New or revised civilian positions,(No new positions required.) New or revised military positions 3. Required training civilian and military personnel a. b. Internal Contract 4. Personnel relocations a. Work site locations involved b. Travel and transportation (TDY/PCS) F. INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Support Element: RSO (No ADP equipment required.) 1. Systems concept including milestones 2. Software requirements a. Systems design/development b. Systems engineering c. Data base/applications Approved For Releas 61 - 96-00788R001700280015-9 eS (E P R F. I Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 G. PUBLICATIONS AND GRAPHICS, Support Element: RTS-5 1. Publications (None required. All provided by contractor.) a. Number of publications and textual pages peC publication needed b. Processing time allowable for each publication c. Number of maps, photographs, illustrations for each publication 2. Briefings a. Number and length of separate briefings to support project b. Security classification of briefings H. COMMUNICATIONS, Support Element: RCM (No communications equipment used.) 1. System concepts 2. Hardware requirements a. COMSCC equipment b. Communications equipment c. Installation materials 3. Responsibilities/tasks 3. Hardware a. Mainframes b. Front end processors c. Terminals 4. Required funding a. Hardware (1) R&D (2) Procurement (3) O&M b. Software (1) R&D (2) O&M 4. Funding Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 5. Life cycle support 6, Training requirements 7. Tools and test equipment 8. Manning % Documentation 10. Security classification T. PROCUREMENT PLAN, Support Element: RTS-6 (Include complete description and estimated cost.) (No procurement required.) 1. Equipment, furniture, administrative equipment (copying equipment, type- writers, etc.) a. Competitive sources b. Required delivery schedule c. Installation of equipment d0 Initial spares and components 3. SECURITY SERVICES, Support Element: RSS (DIA/DT COTR will have security cognizance.) 1? Security clearances and security classification-guidance 2. Physical security a. Monitor security during developmental phases b. Other physical security requirements 3. Safeguarding information/documents (Material to be secured in existing vaulted area by contractor.) 4. Contractor security a. Required classified storage (SI/SAO vaulted area) (Existing) b. ARFCOS mailing address (N/A) c. Access to classified data files (to be furnished by COTR) d. Authority to publish codeword documents (Codeword studies to be furnished by COTR) e. Courier authority (Not allowed) f. Required access to classified information by contractor personnel not directly involved in program, e.g., management, marketing, purchasing personnel Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 Eur~ ET Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 5. TEMPEST Security (DIAR 50-31) (Not applicable. This is a study effort cnly.) a. Provide TEMPEST and RED/BLACK engineering guidance. b. Assist and support Directorates in developing TEMPEST requirements for inclusion in procurement specifications c. Review equipment/system procurements to insure inclusion of TEMPEST requirements d. Arrange and monitor DIA TEMPEST tests e. Accredit equipment/systems which are in compliance with the National Policy on Control of Compromising Emanation. K. CENTRAL REFERENCE, Support Element: RTS-2 (No effect on existing support provided to DIA/DT.) 1. Acquisition 2. Storage and retrieval 3. Translation 4. Dissemination Approved For ReleaseC2N 00 ;_re I ,WP? 6-00788R001700280015-9 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700280015-9 I 6.,.-OEJsA` '4eM' OF DEFENSE w.N .,r.f;? , Y .. .,.~?,.,..,~..., iy,lh r"'+ 1141-ML' ~" 1r DNAQQl.?78. ,-0274 12 l1DD `afs r'`t; ~:CC:pll'a0 C7M*tpa;, rl UMa aR 0-7f. 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