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SAMPLE LETTER INVITING WITNESSES
(See paragraph 37) REGISTERED-RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED The Department of the Army Security Hearing Board for the (major command) has before it the case of (full name). You have given information adverse to Mr., Mrs., or Miss (last name) and have not indicated that your identity should be kept confidential. Mr.
, Mrs., or Miss (last name) has requested a hearing which will be held in the near future. You are invited to attend the hearing to testify before the Board and the employee and his counsel, if any, and be subject to cross-examination. If you signify a willingness to appear, you will be advised of the time and place of the hearing which will be held in (city and state). (If a hearing date has been set, indicate time and date.)
If you do not care to testify before the employee, you may appear in private before the Board and your name will be held in confidence. If you do not care to testify before the Board, please signify whether your name may be disclosed to Mr., Mrs., Miss (last name) and (if applicable) whether the statement you have submitted to the investigative authorities may be read to the employee even though your name is not disclosed.
Your appearance before the Board will be in performance of a public service, since the Department cannot pay witness fees or reimburse you for travel or other expenses.
For your convenience & self-addressed envelope is inclosed for your reply. No postage is necessary. In reply you may merely check the appropriate statements given on the attached sheet and return it. Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely yours, Inclosure
Security Hearing Board INCLOSURE TO SAMPLE LETTER INVITING WITNESSES Name of case (typed in full)
Check as desired:
1. .----I will come to the hearing and testify in the presence of the employee and his counsel, if any, and subject myself to cross-examination,
2. ......I will testify before the Board in private.
5. ......I am willing for my name to be disclosed to the employee in connection with the information I have given.
6. ---...I wish my name to remain confidential.
7. ----.. The statement I presented to the investigative authorities may be read to the employee.
8. ......I desire to make the following comments with regard to the subject case:
(AG 230 (11 Dec 53) SAOLS]
BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY:
M. B. RIDGWAY, General, United States Army,
Chief of Staff.
WM. E. BERGIN,
The Adjutant General.
Active Army: C
•These regulations sapernede SR 620-220-1, 13 November 1950, Inclading C 1, 14 January 1953; SR 380– 160-2, 23 December 1950. Inclading C I, 15 May 1961. and C 2 7 August 1952; and the following:
Loyalty-Security Cases under Executive Order
10450. AGAO-S 230 (12 Feb 52) G2-M.. 18 Feb 52.. Instructions for Preparing "A
Summary of Essential Facts" AS Required by paragraphs 106 (5) and 166, SR 620220-1 and Other Pertinent
Information. AGAO-S 230.82 (28 Mar 50) 30 Mar 50. (Classified).
CSGID-SO-M. AGAO-S 230.741 (28 Mar 49) 6 Apr 49... Implementation of Executive CSGID-M.
Order 9835. AGAM-PM 230.741 (12 Jan 48) 15 Jan 48.. Implementation of Executive CSGID.
ORGANIZATION OF THE OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
TO THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT IS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO THE SECRETARY
JAMES C. COOK, GS-18
SEE CHART 10-5
CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES SECURITY PROGRAM STAFF SECURITY REVIEW BOARD---SECURITY SCREENING BOARD
RESPONSIBLE TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT