UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD
AGENDA One-hundred-fifty-third Meeting United States Intelligence Board USIB Conference Room Administration Building, CIA on0 hours
Approval of Minutespril Meeting
Watch Committee ReportsA
Cabell Mr. McMahan
Review of Sensitive Situations
(Distributed through special channels)
(Distributed through special channels)
Coordination of Plans for
Intelligence Publications. pril)
Implementation of NSC-Approved Recommendation re Review of Plans
Programs of Intelligence Community
Intelligence Warning of Soviet Attack on the US (Memorandum ofpril, distributed directly to USIB principals through restricted channels; item. )
UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD
MEMORANDUM FOR THE UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD
SUBJECT: Implementation of NSC-Approved Recommendation re
Review of Plans and Programs of Intelligence Community
he attached proposal by the Chairman of USIB is forwarded for review. As noted inf the memorandum, the instructions for reporting3 foreign intelligence plans and programs have been prepared by the Coordination Staff of the DCI in the light of discussions with staff members in the Department of State, the Department of Defense, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Bureau of the Budget.
JOHN HE IRES Executive Secretary
Z. Because of the time factor involved in preparation of such reports in order to meet thoune deadline, we have been asked to place this matter on the agenda ofay USIB meeting.
'JUTTED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD Office of tho Chairman
MEMORANDUM FOR THE UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD
of Approved Recommendations
REFERENCE: NSC Action re: "Foreign Intelligence Activities" (including Recommendations of Joint Study Group)ated1
PecosaBendation Ho.f the Joint Study Group's Report, as approved, requires that the United States Intelligence Boardith the assistance of the Coordination Staff or the Director of Central Intelligence, review the future plans and programs of each member of the intelligence community for consistency and proper allocation of effort at the beginning of each annual budget cycle. The Recoamendation also states that the Board's views should serveasis for guidance and coordination to the intelligence community and for reporting to the National Security Council annually.
The Coordination Staff, after discussions with staff members in the Department of State, the Department of Defense, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Bureau of the Budget, has prepared the attached instructions. The instructions are designed to follow generally tha format and definitions used in submitting0 cost estimates to the USIB, with the following principal exceptions:
Intelligence has been identified as abecause of its significance.
Management category has been combined with thein an effort to simplify reporting.
and Distribution has been eliminated ascategory and provisions have been made forthe appropriate collection and production categories.
Processing Equipment has been added as aAdditions to Capital Equipment because of its importance.
forms for reporting foreignhave been added.
3. Utilization of the general format for0 coats estimates and the timing embodied in the attached instructions are believed necessary for the following reasons:
timing will permit views of the USIB to bein time to be considered by the heads of theagencies concerned at an appropriate stage in theplans and programs for FY IS63.
0 cost estimates format, as modified,sound basis for the initial program review effort by thecan be further refined in future years.
ormat and definitions which areto the departments and agencies concerned isonly feasible method to meet the timing required.
k. ropose that the Board assign responsibility for preparation for fiscal3 reports, as outlined in the attached instructions, to all USIB member agencies who are engaged in the conduct of foreign intelligence activities.
5- The Assistant for Coordination and his Staff will be available for assistance to the member agencies preparing reports. Reports should be submitted to the Assistant for Coordination by1 to permit consolidation, analysis and presentation to the Board early in July. Later submittals can not be utilized because of the time element.
(signed) ALLEN W. DULLES Chairman
FOR REPORTIBC3 FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE PLANS AND
The purpose of the report Is to provide the United States Intelligence Board informtion which will enable the Board to review future plans and programs of each member agency of the intelligence community engaged in foreign intelligence activities for consistency and proper allocation of effort at the beginning of the Fiscal3 budget cycle. The Board's views will be made known to the heads of the agencies concerned in sufficient time to permit consideration of these views in the formulation of plans and programs for inclusion in3 budgets.
The reports should provide for the inclusion of all activities previously reported as0 foreign Intelligence cost estimates. activities Ehould also be included. Ferret flights. Advanced Research Projects Agency-controlled projects and data processing machines serving foreign Intelligence purposes primarily should be reported in the appropriate categories. Any U. S. foreign intelligence systems which might be able to give warning prior to the actual launching of an attack should be Included. U. S. systems designed to give early warning of the actual launching of an attack such as BtSWS, DEW or other tactical detection or reconnaissance devices and the activities of tactical reconnaissance organization should be excluded.
3. Due Dates
Reports should be submitted in quintuplicate to the Assistant for Coordination no later than1 for consolidation, analysis and presentation to the United States Intelligence Board early in July. The heads of the departments and agencies concerned will be apprised of the Board's views shortly thereafter.
Reports will be submitted by all member agencies of the USIB who are engaged in. the conduct of foreign intelligence activities.
The procedures outlined herein are intended to furnish the Board with succinct statements of planned programs and objectives to permit meaningful evaluationshort period of time- The following narrative information will be submitted:
a. General descriptions of the major programs planned for3 including the objectives of each program and an appraisal of the degree to which the3 programs are expected to achieve these objectives.
changes planned for3 inpecifically indicating significant new activitiesterminations, reductions or expansions and theor military commands involved. Dollar and man-yearindicative of the general magnitude of each changeincluded.
long range implications of theerms of their probable effects uponndncreased or decreased costs.
The narrative information requested above will be presented as shown innd keyed to each line of the formats shown lond B, respectively. The formats ofnd thed are similar to those used to report0 foreign intelligence cost estimates to the USIB. Presentations should, if possible, be limited to two single spaced pages for each line Item onand B. Each page should be identified at the top with the appropriate line item designation. The information should be presented in outline fashion as illustrated Innd D.
ill also be used to present tabular statistics for.2 andhese statistics should.be based upon currently available estimates.
5. Definitions Applicable tond 3
SECTION I: Requirements, Collection and Technical Processing Activities consists of those activities directly involved in requirements processing, and in the collection, processing, screening and dissemination of foreign intelligence information. This includes requirementsand processing, the handling and distribution of raw information upon receipt from the collectors, and intelligence research and analysis carried on in direct support of requirements, collection, processing and dissemination activities.
a. COMINT consists of all COMINT interception and technical processing activitiesincluding such field processing and analysis as is carried on in direct support of the direction and operation of COMIKT-interception and technical processing activities.
b. ELIKT consists of all FLINT interception and technical processing activitiesncluding such field processing and analysis as is carried on in direct support of the direction and operation of EUHT-interceptlon and processing activities.
c- Photographic Intelligence consists of photographic recon-naiasance, technical processing and analysis.
Interception consists of RADIHT (intelligence basedpulses of radio-frequencyNFRARED, and anyinterception and technical processing ofemanations by active of passiveield processing and analysis as is carried on in directthe direction aad operation of other interception activities.
The particular type of intercept will be appropriately identified in footnotes.
includes those intelligence activities vhlchinvolved in the acquisition of foreignthrough clandestine means overseasncludingprocessing and analysis as Is carried on inof espionage activities.
Service and Attache Collection and Reportingportion of the Department of State's overseas Foreignthat may reasonably be directly attributed to thereporting of intelligence information (other than theof publications) and all of the military attache system.
Procurement includes all foreignactivities, and the related personnel and
Hon-Overt includes any other clandestine oractivities, not covered above. Activities includedgeneral title will be appropriately broken out and described
in footnotes, sanitized, if necessary.
Overt Includes overt domestic and foreignshown above. Activities included under this heading willbroken out and described In footnotes.
SECTIOfl II: Production and Dissemination Activities includesactivities Involved in the evaluation, collation, analysis, integration, and interpretation of intelligence information received from the collection and processing activities listed in Section I, above, the resulting production and dissemination of finished intelligence therefrom, and the assembling of "evaluations" of reports from the analysts for transmission to the collectors.
a. Military Intelligence Includes primarily military aspects of finished intelligence production and its disseminationincluding such matters as intelligence on military organization, equipment In
use, training, deployment, TO's, order of battle, and logistics capabilities. It covers that finished intelligence for which the Department of Defense has production responsibilities under provision of NSCID No.nd the integration of various aspects of military intelligence into over-all military estimates (as in the production of certain Nationalnd of Joint Intelligence under the Joint Staff.
*b. Political and Sociological Intelligence includes the production and dissemination of finished political and sociological aspects of other intelligence matters including contributions to National Estimates.
*c. Economic Intelligence covers the production andof finished economic intelligence concerning theutilization, and vulnerabilitiesoreign nation's natural and human resourcesncluding such subjects as raw materials, manufacturing (including weaponsrade and finance, services, transportation and communications.
*d- Scientific and Technical Intelligence includes the production and dissemination of finished intelligence on:
The progress of foreign scientific research and development, and achievements resulting therefromffecting the military, economic or political potentialation.
Technical devices, equipment, and processes; and scientific or technical aspects of foreign structures, installations, equipment, or weapons, etc.,whether In production or under development.
*e- Geographic Intelligence includes the production,preparation and dissemination of intelligence on the natural features,errain, shores, coasts, seas, weather,f foreign areas.
SECTION III: Management and Support Activities Includes those activities not covered undernd II, above, concerned with the policy direction, planning, supervision, and support of the foreign intelligence programs; or which normallyignificant measure of support to many if not most of the separate activities listed innd II, above.
* The three military services and the Joint Staff will include unders pertinent, estimates on their finished intelligence production effort on that political and sociological, economic, scientific and technical, or geographic Intelligence which is pertinent to their departmental missions.
Acsinlstratior. and Coordination Includesoverhead functions which are reasonably assignable
to the foreign Intelligence effortholencluding, for example, policy direction, planning, supervision, personnel, legal counsel, transportation, inspection, budgeting and fiscal operations, auditing, etc.
includes all commercial andwhich can be reasonably attributed to theforeign intelligence activities.
includes both physical security andmeasures directly related to activities whichforeign-intelligence effort.
Includes activities conducted for the supportforeign intelligence activities listed olsewhere Inortionraining facility Is devoted toactivities, estimates should be distributed.
and Development includes the research andwhich directly contributes to the development ofand techniques for use in the foreign intelligencemay range froa research and development conducted solelypurposes (so that the full cost would logicallyto the intelligence effort) to those research andactivities which ore conducted only in port for(and of which, therefore, only an appropriate portionshould be allocatedharge againstintelligence activities under researchbe Included under the Intelligence-production oralready outlined above.)
Translation and Exploitation includes all activities conducted for the selective exploixation of foreign-language materials of intelligence interestncluding translation, abstraction, summarization and commentaries end the dissemination of the resultant product.
g- Reference Facilities includes libraries, collections and registers, containing primarily intelligence materials anddata processing systems In actual use.
h- Printing and Reproduction includes the printing and reproduction of such materials "as finished Intelligence reports, bulletins, briefs, maps, collection manuals, forms, etc.,in support of the activities listed in the other sections of this format.
SECTIOK IV: Additions to Capital Equipment
This section should include the separately identifiable estimates for additions to capital equipmentuch as buildings, installations, aircraft, vehicles, data processing equipment and any other major equipment used primarily in connection with the foreign intelligence activities covered by this report- Explanatory notes should reveal the intended use, objectives to be served, and any major operating and maintenance costs expected in connection with the additions. Capital equipment will be excluded from the data shown in Sections I, II, and III of the format.
KAK-YEARS: Man-years should be based on estimated average on-duty strengths for the fiscal years concerned.
COUHTERIMTELLIGEKCE: Counterintelligence is defined as that intelligence activity, with Its resultant product, which is devoted to destroying the effectiveness of inimical foreign intelligence activities and which is undertaken to protect the security of the nation, and its personnel, information and installations abroad, against espionage, sabotage, and subversion.
(Member Agency) ESTIMATED FOREIGN POSITIVE INTELLIGEKCE COSTS Dollars
I. pgUIREMENTS, COLLECTION AND TECHNICAL PROCESSING
Foreign Service and Attache Collection andublications
II. PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION
III. MANAGEMENT AND SUPFOHT
Grand Total, I, II, and III
TOP SECRET when filled in
Attachment A, cont'd
(Member Agency} ESTIMATED FOREIGN POSITIVE INTELLIGENCE COSTS Dollars
1 1 2 3
IV. ADDITIONS TO CAPITAL Eg.'IP9ffiST
TOP SECRET when filled
(Member Agency) ESTIMATED FOREIGN CCb'KrERTKTSILICENCS CC6TS
l a 1 g FYlySj
I. RETIREMENTS, COLjLECTION
II. PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION
III. MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT
IV. ADDITIONS TO CAPITAL
TOP SECRET when filled inOriginal document.