UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD
AGENDA One-hundred-fifty-fourth Meeting United States Intelligence Board
USIB Conference Room Administration Building, CIA on0 hours
ncluding Annex distributed through special channels)
of Sensitive Situations
Report byCommittee on
of GMAIC ReportGuided Missiles Production
ay; GMAIC Working Group Report, datedpril, SC No.vailable through GMAIC
mplementation of NSC-Approved Recommendation re Review of Plans and Programs of Intelligence Community
Implementation of Recommendation No.f Joint Study Group Report
Release of Estimates
Soviet Technical Capabilities in Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles
Soviet Short-Term Intentions Regarding Berlin and Germany (Memorandum to USIB,pril)
Disposition of Certain Material Pertinent to Warning Problememorandum ofpril distributed directly to USIB principals through restricted channels)
JOHN HE IRES Executive Secretary
MEMORANDUM FOR : Chairman, United States Intelligence Board
Implementation of Recommendation No. 38
of Joint Study Croup Report
Coat Estimates Committee hasf the Joint Study Group on which this Committee waa directed
to develop data and recommendations for USIB consideration.
a) proposes that clear andbe made as to those activities which are subjectcoordination of the Director of Central Intelligence andof the USIB. It iB not believed that the Costis the appropriate element of the Intelligenceprepare basic recommendations concerning this proposal in viewarea of responsibility assigned to the Committee. For thisis suggested that this item be'referred to the Assistant forfor the preparation of recommendations for USIB consideration.
No.b) proposes that cost andbe prepared inorm so that the resulting figuresthe USIB to review and coordinate the effort expended onactivities, especially through the review referred loVII, Recommendation Since the Coordination Staffassigned the responsibility for the development of proceduresout Recommendation No.he Cost Estimatesbe available to work with the Staff in developing reasonablecoat reports which will aid in the review and coordinationexpended on foreign intelligence activities.
development, however, of instructions concerningformeport on costs and manpower data on foreignbe made in its final form until the determinations proposedNo.a) and the policy questions involved inpart of Recommendationb) concerning the reviewof the effort expended on foreign intelligence activities
us proposed in Recommendation No.bove) have been finally consummated.
/s/ E. R. SAUNDERS
Chairman Cost Estimates Committee
UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD
MEMORANDUM FOR THE UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD SUBJECT: Soviet Guided Missile Production
attached memorandum from the Chairman of GMAIC.the release to| }at this time of the completed
portiontudy by the GMAIC Production Working Group in view of the Tripartite Missile and Space Conference to be held in June, is forwarded for review. As you will note, the paper to be releasod
s available through GMAIC representatives.
propose to place this matter on the agenda of the 9meeting.
JOHN HEIRES Executive Secretary
guided missile and astronautics intelligence committee
united states intelligence board soviet guided missile production
atedvaluation of evidence on soviet guided missile production, dated1available through gmaicvaluation of evidence on production, dated0}
the gmaic production working group, established in0 (reference a) is engagedomprehensive study of soviet guided missile production with emphasis on icbm systems. art of this study, an assessment of the evidence on individual places and areas has been completed (reference b) and is available through gmaic. although it would be preferable to await completion of the entire study, due to the imminence of the tripartite missile and space conference (startingttawa) and the need for an evaluated compilation of data on production facilities for use at the conference, we believe it advisable to request now that usib approve release of reference b
cimilar study with very limited distribution completed in for the current study all facilities in0 study have been reviewed and, where appropriate, updated. all newly suspect facilities are included.
we wish to emphasize that the assessments inre subject to revisionesult of the companion studies being made for the remaining sections of reference b. these latter are expected to be completed in
/s/ earl mcfarland, jr. colonel. usaf chairman