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November 4, 2016
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March 29, 2000
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March 30, 1990
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SECRET N0~'ORN Approved For Release 2000/08/08 :CIA-RDP96-007~91~~~2J1 ~`O~Q~O~~~~3'~~'V ~'`T 30 March 1990 DR Sunstreak Program (U) memo~c~nc~~a~-~ REPLY TO /f~TN OF: SG11 SG11 Classified by DIADR Declassify on OADR OPTIONAL FORA1 NO. 10 ~~~~~ ~'~~~y. (REV 1-801 rnY' GSA FPMR UI CFR) 1D7-I1 6 `l 5010.11 A U.S. GNU 1596-~91~249~c^~~ Approved For Release 2000/08/08 :CIA-RDP96-00789R0021000~90007-3 S/Nf-25-90/DR 1. (S/NF) In accordance with a Military Intelligence Soard Decision, operational control of the subject program is transferred to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelli ence DCSINT), Headquarters, Department of the Army. ODCSINT-DAM-P0, is the Sunstreak Pro ram Mana er. inquiries on the program should be referred to_ through August 1990 at which time the MIB will reconsider a program. 2. (U) Intermittent DIA support from in the Office of S G1J the Assistant Deputy Director far Scientific and Technical Intelligence (DT) may be required for the next few months. Procedures are to be S G1J established to have - available for periodic consultations as necessary, consistent with his normal workload. 3. (U) The program staff will remain assigned to DIA for the duration of this fiscal year. The manpower authorizations are and will remain in DIA. While operational control of the staff will be exercised by ODCSINT, intelligence oversight, administrative control and support will remain with DT, including payroll accounting, appraisals, and military evaluation reports. ODGSINT is authorized to monitor appraisal and evaluation preparation, and will coordinate their closeouts through DT; no rating official changes will be made at this time as a result of this decision. During this period, travel requirements for the program manager and staff will be coordinated with DT for the provision of DIA fund citations. DT is to be the focal point for program accesses; ho~aever, all access to the program will be coordinated with the program manager. Director HARRY SOYSTER Lieu Want General, U.S. Army cc: RHR OC OSC-PDO