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COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS

CHET HOLIFIELD, California, Chairman JACK BROOKS, Texas

FRANK HORTON, New York L. H. FOUNTAIN, North Carolina

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois ROBERT E. JONES, Alabama

JOHN W. WYDLER, New York JOHN E. MOSS, California

CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio DANTE B. FASCELL, Florida

GUY VANDER JAGT, Michigan HENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin

GILBERT GUDE, Maryland TORBERT H. MACDONALD, Massachusetts PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR., California WILLIAM S. MOORHEAD, Pennsylvania JOHN H. BUCHANAN, JR., Alabama WM. J. RANDALL, Missouri

SAM STEIGER, Arizona BENJAMIN S. ROSENTHAL, New York GARRY BROWN, Michigan JIM WRIGHT, Texas

CHARLES THONE, Nebraska FERNAND J. ST GERMAIN, Rhode Island RICHARD W. MALLARY, Vermont JOHN C. CULVER, Iowa

STANFORD E. PARRIS, Virginia FLOYD V. HICKS, Washington

RALPH S. REGULA, Ohio DON FUQUA, Florida

ANDREW J. HINSHAW, California JOHN CONYERS, JR., Michigan

ALAN STEELMAN, Texas BILL ALEXANDER, Arkansas

JOEL PRITCHARD, Washington
BELLA S. ABZUG, New York

ROBERT P. HANRAHAN, Illinois
HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts
JAMES V. STANTON, Ohio
LEO J. RYAN, California
CARDISS COLLINS, Illinois

HERBERT ROBACK, Staff Director
ELMER W. HENDERSON, General Counsel
MILES Q. ROMNEY, Counsel-Administrator
DOUGLAS G. DAHLIN, Associate Counsel

J. P. CARLSON, Minority Counsel
WARREN B. BUHLER, Minority Professional Staff

FOREIGN OPERATIONS AND GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SUBCOMMITTEE

WILLIAM S. MOORHEAD, Pennsylvania, Chairman JOHN E. MOSS, California

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois TORBERT H. MACDO ALD, Massachusetts PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR., California JIM WRIGHT, Texas

GILBERT GUDE, Maryland BILL ALEXANDER, Arkansas

CHARLES THONE, Nebraska BELLA S. ABZUG, New York

RALPH S. REGULA, Ohio JAMES V. STANTON, Ohio

EX OFFICIO
CHET HOLIFIELD, California

FRANK HORTON, New York
WILLIAM G. PHILLIPS, Staff Director
NORMAN G. CORNISH, Deputy Staff Director
HAROLD F. WHITTINGTON, Professional Staj Member

L. JAMES KRONFELD, Counsel

MARTHA M. Doty, Clerk
ALMEDA J. HARLEY, Secretary

CONTENTS

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Part 1..

1-217

Part 2

219-810

Hearings held on-

June 19.

219

June 26.

269

July 17

371
July 31.

439

Statement of -

Johnson, R. Tenney, General Counsel, National Aeronautics and

Space Administration; accompanied by Leonard Jaffe, Deputy

Associate Administrator for Applications -

340

Knisely, Robert A., Director, Division of Community Management

Systems, Department of Housing and Urban Development; accom-

panied by Andrew Boots, Assistant Director for Human Resources

Development Systems..

221

Read, Ren F., Assistant Director for Technical Services, Defense Civil

Preparedness Agency, Department of Defense; accompanied by

Robert B. Martin, Assistant Director for Telecommunications; and

Charles Manning, General Counsel.,

239

Riordan, Joan C., Coordinator, Federal Information Centers Program,

General Services Administration; accompanied by Ed Stephan,

Automated Data and Telecommunications Service, GSA..

254

Shepherd, Richard D., Director, Division of Systems Coordination

and Planning, Office of Administration, Social Security Administra-

tion; accompanied by William Moog, Technical Resources; Richard

Schuck, Administrative and Management Systems; Robert Bever-

idge, Operating Systems; and Henry Patt, Director, Division of

Statistics, Office of Research and Statistics.'-

270

Tabor, John K., Under Secretary, U. S. Department of Commerce;

accompanied by John M. Richardson, Acting Director of the Office of
Telecommunications; Ruth M. Davis, Director, Institute for Com-
puter Sciences and Technology, National Bureau of Standards;
William T. Knox, Director, National Technical Information Service;
and Robert Voight, Chief, Data User Services Office---

372

Weinstein, Sidney, Assistant Commissioner for Agency Assistance,

Planning and Policy, Automated Data and Telecommunications

Service, General Services Administration; accompanied by Michael

Muntner, Director, Advanced Planning and Research Division;

and Allie B. Latimer, Assistant General Counsel...

328

Whitehead, Clay T., Director, Office of Telecommunications Policy;

accompanied by Charles Joyce, OTP's Assistant Director for
Government Communications -

440

Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by-

Davis, John E., Director, Defense Civil Preparedness Agency, state-

ment.

239-240

Johnson, R. Tenney, General Counsel, National Aeronautics and

Space Administration:

Information in study regarding social and political consequences. 367–368

NASA publication entitled "The NASA Role in Major Areas of

Human Concern: Communication”.

345-357

Submissions to additional subcommittee questions--

368-370

Knisely, Robert A., Director, Division of Community Management

Systems, Department of Housing and Urban Development:

Attachment 1.-USAC chart illustrating one method of grouping

functional activities common to local governments..

224

Attachment 2.–Federal agencies' commitments to USAC pro-
gram-fiscal years 1970 to 1973, table..

224
Attachment 3.– Funding history of the USAC program-fiscal
years 1970 to 1973, table.

225

Functions of the Municipal Information Review Board..

233

Information regarding report entitled “Communications Tech-

nology for Urban Improvement”.

232

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Letters, statement, etc., submitted for the rebord by-Continued

Page Riordan, Joan C., Coordinator, Federal Information Centers Program,

General Services Administration: Public profile et cetera, tables--- 263 Shepherd, Richard D., Director, Division of Systems Coordination and Planning, Office of Administration, Social Security Administration: Disclosure breakdown by agency-fiscal year 1972, table.-

327 Disclosure of information in cases involving national security -- 323-324 Letter, dated July 12, 1973, to Chairman Moorhead, from Gerald

G. Altman, Jr., Acting Assistant General Counsel, HEW, Of-
fice of the Secretary, Office of the General Counsel, re SSA
efforts to protect the confidentiality of information pertaining
to social security beneficiaries, etc..

306-307 Social Security Administration, computerization of the new sup

plemental security income (SSI) program, due to be imple-
mented January 1, 1974.

308-314 SSADARS project review

315-318 Statement.-

279-301 Tabor, John K., Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce:

Efficacy of laws to protect confidential information which the

Department of Commerce collects and computerizes. 403-407 Statement..

373-388 Submissions to additional subcommittee questions.

421-438 Weinstein, Sidney, Assistant Commissioner for Agency Assistance,

Planning and Policy, Automated Data and Telecommunica-
tions Service, General Services Administration: Submissions
to additional subcommittee questions.

338-340 Whitehead, Clay T., Director, Office of Telecommunication Policy:

Agencies presently represented in the Council for Government
Communications Policy and Planning-

463
Information regarding the Committee To Re-elect the President
or the Republican National Committee---

476-477 Information regarding national security, law enforcement, trans

portation, environment and general administrative communi-
cations.

479 Submissions to additional subcommittee questions.

485

489 549 549

549

557 561

APPENDIXES
Appendix 1.-Advance copy of acts and resolves of the Commonwealth of

Massachusetts and Project Search system for electronic analysis and

retrieval of criminal histories Appendix 2.-Federal use of information technologyFederal policy documents---

OMB Circular A-54, policies on selection and acquisition of auto

matic data processing (ADP) equipment (Oct. 14, 1961) and

subsequent transmittal memoranda.
OMB Circular A-71, responsibilities for the administration and

management of automatic data processing activities (March 6,

1965
Public Law 89-306 (Brooks bill), dated October 30, 1965..
Policy guidance to the General Services Administration in the im-

plementation of Public Law 89–306, OMB letter dated May 4,

1966
Memorandum for heads of departments and agencies, Presidential

letter dated June 28, 1966_-
Policy guidance to the Department of Commerce (National

Bureau of Standards) in the implementation of Public Law

89–306, OMB letter dated December 15, 1966_-
OMB Circular A-86, standardization of data elements and codes

in data systems (September 30, 1967)-Private information and computer security--

Current activities of the National Bureau of Standards, Depart

ment of Commerce.
Legislation enacted by or pending in the 93d Congress affecting the
, gathering, storage, and dissemination of information on private
citizens by agencies and departments of the Federal Govern-
ment

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Advanced information systems.

The regional management information systems (RMIS)
Integrated municipal information systems (IMIS)-
The Charlotte integrated municipal information system project--
The Wichita Falls integrated municipal information system

project
Government executives normative information expediter

(GENIE)
Appendix 3.-Federal use of communications technology.
Office of Telecommunications Policy---

The Office of Telecommunications Policy: A brief profile of its

origin, creation, and status.--
Executive Office of the President, Office of Telecommunications

Policy, activities and programs, 1972–1973-----
Council for Government Communications Policy and Planning-

Government communications planning program.-
The national communications system.---

Memorandum to the heads of all executive departments and

agencies
Comptroller General's report to the Congress : Review of Status of

development toward establishment of a unified national com

munications system-B-166655_ The advanced research projects agency network (ARPANET)-Comptroller General's report to the Congress : Reduction of com

munications costs through centralized management of multiplex

systems Testing the applicability of existing telecommunication technology

in the administration and delivery of social services--Appendix 4.-Federal use of advanced information and communications

technology, preliminary report---Appendix 5.- Article from the Honeywell Computer Journal, “Applica

tion of the Freedom of Information Act to Electronic Data Banks"---

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