Evaluates performance of the Robert R. Nathan Advisory Group (NAG) in a project to improve economic development planning in Korea. Evaluation covers the period 11/01/65 to 7/31/66, and is based on standard audit procedures. A review of time, leave, and attendance records through 7/31/66 indicated that the contractor provided personnel in the categories required by the contract. Records for 8/66 had been sent to the contractor's home office. Auditors recommend that AID/W include these records in its audit of the home office. Secretarial services of an American citizen were provided on a local hire basis from 10/14/64 to 7/31/65. The contract provided that the first two months of these services would be reimbursable in local currency, and the remaining months in dollars. The auditors recommend that AID/W determine if the dollar payments duplicated any local currency payments. Although the contracts stipulated that the work-week of NAG personnel would conform to the Government of Korea's Economic Planning Board's (EPB) five and one-half day work-week, some of the NAG staff did not work on Saturdays or certain U.S. holidays. However, on 7/14/66, the USOM Contract Representative officially approved the practice, with the written concurrence of the EPB contract representative. The total dollar obligation for the NAG contract (AID-fe-82) is $728,760. AID/W payments to NAG through 7/31/66 totaled $475,413.