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April 17, 1995
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SG1J SG1I Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00791 R0001 00090001-8 CLASSIFIED DATE: / 7 &!t-l/ / EMERGING 9R,O~ : cl. /oRD/ETG i(D I- ROG RAMS GROUP c op SECRET O CoNFIDEN2"IAL, 846.AMES BUILDING SG1A ~:5SECRET rfO O S G 1 A FAX NUMBE PLEASE 907IFt THE ABOVE NAMED PER OA OF THIS ARRIVAL A #: Room #: NUMBER OF PAGES: (Including Cover Page) REM, S/COMME[7s Approved For Release 2001 /0 JJ QW P96-00791 R000100090001-8 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00791 R0001 00090001-8 Secret Noforn DATE: April 17, 1995 TO: DIA SG 1 J FROM: SG1 I RE: Star Gate Customer Base Thank you for discussing with me last Thursday the nature of you current customer base for Star Gate program tasking. I appreciate your concern that the customer base exists today largely because of the personal relationships you have had with various customer elements and without those relationships, the customers might not have been interested in the program initially. My understanding of that customer base is as follows: SG1A 8. Additional Classified Customers: Status as to tasking requested and feedback provided unknown. I have a couple of questions: I this list complete? Can I please have points of contact (names, phone numbers, locations, etc.) so that I can interview each of these customers over the coming months. In the case of classified customers, please contact them on my behalf and facilitate an interview. They may not wish to speak to me, however, Secret Noforn Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00791 R000100090001-8 V Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00791 R000100090001-8 without their input, our decisions on how to structure the program in the future cannot include them. Based on your advice Thursday I have decided not to pursue briefing the customer base in order to assess their interest in receiving future remote viewing services. This means I will also forgo briefing new potential CIA customers on the same issue. Instead, I am going to simply solicit feedback on utility of past tasking where none has been given and attempt to gain additional insight from customers who already have provided positive feedback. The interest in customers for future services, however, is still high. How can we substantiate a future opeartions program without it? Again, I appreciate all the cooperation you have given SG1I to- and me. Hope to hear from you soon on these customer contacts, the list and issues it may present. Thanks, SG1I Approved For Release 2001/03/07 :tIA-RDP96-00791 R000100090001-8