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LETTER FROM INTERAGENCY COUNCIL ON INTER
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE,
Washington, D.C. August 22, 1966. Hon. EDWARD V. LONG, U.S. Senate.
DEAR SENATOR Long: I am writing to acknowledge your letter of August 11, 1966, to Mr. Francis J. Colligan concerning the study which the Senate Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure is initiating.
The purpose and functions of the Interagency Council on Inter national Education and Cultural Affairs are described in the enclosed Foreign Affairs Manual Circular No. 165A dated January 20, 1964.
The Executive secretariat does not maintain information Council members, or members of the Council's committees, except their names and titles. We will furnish you with an up-to-date list of the members if such information will be useful to your subcommittee. If we can help in any other way, please let us know. Sincerely,
David L. OSBORN, Acting
(Circular No. 165 A, Jan. 20, 1964)
FOREIGN AFFAIRS MANUAL CIRCULAR Subject: Formation of Interagency Council on International Educational and
Cultural Affairs. 1. Purpose: The purpose of this circular is to inform personnel of the Department of State and the Foreign Service of the formation of the Council on International Educational and Cultural Affairs (hereafter referred to as the Council) which meets for the first time on January 30, 1964. 2. Functions:
a. The Council will focus on strengthening the coordination of educational and cultural policies for Government programs which are essentially international in purpose and impact. Priority attention will be given to better communication among the agencies with programs of this kind and to more effective lise of resources through the elimination of any existing overlaps or gips.
b. In addition, the Council hopes to provide a forum for discussion of problems which affect other Government agencies with domestic programs having international implications. From time to time, representatives of
these agencies will be asked to meet with the Council. 3. Membership and Staffing: As the Secretary of State's special representative in this undertaking, Assistant Secretary Battle will act as Chairman of the Council. The complete roster of members is as follows: Chairman: Lucius 1). Battle, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and
Cultural Affairs. Dr. Leona Baumgartner, Assistant Administrator for Human Resources and Social Development, Agency for International Development.
(Alternate: Dr. Harold Enarson) Francis Keppel, U.S. Commissioner of Education, Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare.
(Alterante: James R. Echols)
Edward L. Katzenbach, Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Educa
tion), Department of Defense. Sargent Shriver, Director, Peace Corps.
(Alternate: Dr. J. Norman Parmer) Irving J. Lewis, Deputy Chief, International Division, Bureau of the Budget
Francis J. Colligan, Executive Secretary (CU/PRS—Ext. 6881). Mrs. Elinor P. Reams, Assistant Executive Secretary (CU/PRS--Ext. 5902). (Note: Number of last circular issued: FAVC No. 165.)
LETTER FROM CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE
STATUS OF WOMEN
INTERDEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE AND CITIZENS'
Washington, D.C., December 5, 1966.
Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. DEAR SENATOR Long: In response to your letter of August 11, 1966, asking for the nature and use of information maintained by this office about individuals, the Secretary of Labor is directed by Executive Order 11126 to furnish staff for the Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women,
I am, therefore, an employee of the Department of Labor, and the
(s) Catherine East
LETTER FROM MADISON MEMORIAL COMMISSION
JAMES MADISON MEMORIAL COMMISSION,
Washington, D.C., August 18, 1966. Hon. EDWARD V. LONG, Chairman, Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure,
Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: We have your letter of August 11, 1966, advising that your subcommittee is beginning an intensive study of the amount, nature, and use of information which Government agencies currently maintain on individuals.
The Madison Memorial Commission has no employees and consists only of the 12 members of the Commission. The Commission therefore does not maintain any information on any individuals. Sincerely,
CLINTON M. HESTER, Chairman, Erecutive Committee.
LETTER FROM MARITIME ADVISORY COMMITTEE
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE,
Washington, D.C., Tugust 30, 1966. Hon. EDWARD V. LONG, Chairman, Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure.
Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, W'ashington, D.C. DEAR SENATOR Long: This will acknowledge your letter of August 11, 1966, addressed to Nicholas Johnson (former Maritime Administrator), Executive Director, Maritime Advisory Committee.
The Maritime Advisory Committee was established by the President under Executive Order 11156, dated June 17, 1964. In addition to the Government members selected to serve on the Committee, representatives of the public at large, labor, and management were designated as members by the President.
The Maritime Administration maintains no records with respect to the public, labor, and management members. The questionnaire you sent is returned. Sincerely yours,
J. W. GULICK,
Acting Maritime Administrator.