DECLASSIFICATION PROGRAM MANAGERS COUNCIL
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Events are unfolding rapidlypecial search request from the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) to che intelligence Community agencies. Most of you are probably aware of this request which involves China.
CIA/Office of Information Management (OIM) has appropriately concludedeeting of the DPMC's Public Disclosure Coordinating Committee (PDCC) is needed to ensure that Community POCs are properly identified for this project and to discuss preparation for the potential move to later declassify some of the records involved in che request This meeting will probably be called during the week of
Because we are also dueuarterly DPMC meeting,ave.asked Ed Cohen to allow us to- link the two meetings since almost all of you serve on both entities. For that reason, the DPMC agenda appearing below is abbreviated; when we conclude our PDCC meeting, wa willrief DPMC.
Note forBI members: ealize that PDCC is not familiar to you. It is basically an institutional effort to avoid another Gulflink; wa will explain further at the meeting. As far as representation is concerned,ood starting point is that if youember of DPMC, you also represent your organization or.C.
utomation Working Group
Referral Working Group
ublic Disclosure Coordinating Committee
step in coordinating DPMC charter DCID.ulflink guidance to the IC.
Business: Transfer of still classified codeword
records to NARA for custodial archiving. (DOS/Rossman.)
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