) Ls Jc ; "oO 16:01 FROM INSULAR INT AFFAIRS PAGE. G2 404 Cc OOF HLATORED PINST CONGRESS MORRIS K UDALL ARIZONA, CHAIAMAN SG0OGE LFA CALBORA ort Vou, ALASEA WOK OE Rua & wise WAS PUG F. rEATOwenazor PAS NPAT VA foe ee LUISVOU OOS. Sa)PCY @ ARTONA TT LRA UA STANLEY SCOVILLE DORSET J LACOMAASTWO, CALFONA Dthery Seerre, OEOLer LAM CLOUROR COMMECTOUT PITTA H LOS MATORSturt Uvans fTo- GALES.Y, CAL StanTames wer STAN unecToR AN D INSULAR AFFAIR Ss U.S. H -S. Meee ETTe Shy MAECSCA Mw BM OOCO Ot GKTIOO", wa SANE F FUSTOR PUERTO CO Oo Lew. Caron REPRESENTATIVES HOUSE OF s WASHINGTON, OC 20616 November 19, 1990 ROY JO;ES aaSQCiATE STAFF OTRECTOA ano * LSS Mekivam GENERAL COUNSEL “eine windery courts MICHARD ‘ ‘ Mr. Nick C. Aquilina Manager Department of Energy Nevada Operations Office P. O. Box 98518 Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-8518 Dear Mr. Aquilina: I am concerned by your November 1 response to ny letter of October 5 to Harry Brown and ask that you review my request as soon as possible. The Subcommittee's ongoing investigation suggests that DOE's study requested in my letter was part of the survey managed by DOE's Nevada Operations Office and described in the "Operaticns Plan -~ Northern Marshall Islands Radiological Survey" that was signed by Mahion E. Gates. I do not find it reassuring that a copy cannot be lecated. It would be most disconcerting to learn that your office dees not have a copy of this study given the importance and sensitivity of this matter. It would raise a question abcut whether this information has been destroyed or nislaid. Would you therefore please: -- immediately ascertain that the integrity of this study has not been compromised; -- identify the individual who prepared the study; and -~ provide the Subcommittee with a copy of the study. A response no later than November 30 would be very much appreciated. S008 724 Subcommitts .