03847A_14200: Watergate: Correspondence

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Andy:

To supply some dates for the material in the resume, let me add the following:

1950 - 1954: Undergraduate, MIT. Held two scholarships, one MIT full-tuition scholarship and one regional scholarship from northern Minnesota. Received B.S. in Mathematics in June, 1954

1954 - 1956: Draftee, US Army. Permanent duty as Ordnance Fire Control Repairman (M-33 AA system) working out of Ft. McArthur, Calif.

1956 - 1961: Gradute student, Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Completed course work for Ph.D., but did not write thesis. My field was Mathematical Logic; the Ph.D. would have been granted by the Philosophy Department.

1961 - 1964: MITRE Corp., Bedford Mass.

1964 - 1969: IBM - Boston Programming Center, Cambrdge, Mass.

1969 - present: Cullinane Corp.

Jim Baker

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JAMES J. BAKER, VICE PRESIDENT - James J. Baker has been responsible for the development, installation and support of the Cullinane Corporation products since the Company's founding. Mr. Baker has done considerable work in support of the EDP-AUDITOR System and EDP-Audit Services. Mr. Baker also provided extenxzive consulting services to clients of the Cullinane Corporation in the area of automated investment administration and accounting systems including Bond Portfolio Manegment, Pension Fund Accounting and others.

He was previously with IBM Corporation, Boston Programming Center, where his assignments involved the analysis, specification and design of special purpose software, and the project manegement necessary to bring that software to completion. Projects included the FORMAC system for computer-assistant algebraic manipulations and the CUE system for natural language information retrieval. He also designed and carried out a number of quantatative studies of system performance and programmer productivity, including a performance analysis of a programming system for terminal-based interactive computation and a comparison of programming cost factors in PL/1 and FORTRAN. He recieved formal IBM training both in programming project management and system measurement hardware and software.

Prior to IBM, Mr. Baker worked for the Mitre Corporation where his major programming activity was the design and writing of a large experimental information retrieval system.

Mr. Baker holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institutite of Technology where he was elected to Sigma Xi, Scientific Honor Society in his senior year. He has completed all courses and passed the qualifying examination for a Ph.D. in Philosophy with major in Mathematical Logic from Harvard University.

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Andy:

To supply some dates for the material in the resume, let me add the following:

1950 - 1954: Undergraduate, MIT. Held two scholarships, one MIT full-tuition scholarship and one regional scholarship from northern Minnesota. Received B.S. in Mathematics in June, 1954

1954 - 1956: Draftee, US Army. Permanent duty as Ordnance Fire Control Repairman (M-33 AA system) working out of Ft. McArthur, Calif.

1956 - 1961: Gradute student, Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Completed course work for Ph.D., but did not write thesis. My field was Mathematical Logic; the Ph.D. would have been granted by the Philosophy Department.

1961 - 1964: MITRE Corp., Bedford Mass.

1964 - 1969: IBM - Boston Programming Center, Cambrdge, Mass.

1969 - present: Cullinane Corp.

Jim Baker

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Mr. James Baker, Vice President, Cullinane Corporation is a qualified consultant and he should be retained by the Committee in that capacity.

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Mr. John Cullinane, president of the Cullinane Corporation, a computer softward company located in Boston, Mass., offered to let the Select Committee on Pres. Camp. Act. install and use a software package known as the EDP-AUDITOR. This software package sells for $22,000 and will be made available to the Committee at no charge for as long as the Committee is in existence.

In order for the Committee to make full use of the EDP-AUDITOR package, it will be necessary to have a representative of the Cullinane Corporation install the package and instruct the user. The auditor package will be installed at the Library of Congress Computer installation, and programmed by Library of Congress personnel assigned to support this Committee.

The Select Committee on Pres. Camp. Act. should obtain the services of a consultant from the Cullinane Corporation to do the installation and training necessary to use the EDP-AUDITOR package. The fee should be $90.00 per day not to exceed a total of ten days.

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