2 edition of Foreign Service Act of 1946 found in the catalog.
Foreign Service Act of 1946
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs
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A member of the Service who attained under the Foreign Service Act of , as amended, the rank of career ambassador, career minister, or career minister for information, appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, may use the . TEXT THE FOREIGNERS ACT, (XXXI OF ) [23rd November, ] An Act to confer upon the Federal Government Certain powers in respect of foreigners. Preamble.— Whereas it is expedient to provide for the exercise by the Federal Government of certain powers in respect of the entry of the Foreigners into Pakistan, theirFile Size: KB.
The Foreign Service Act of is now 34 years old, the age of the Foreign Service Act of when it was replaced. The drafters of the legislation had no great admiration for the dual-service system, but like Secretaries Byrnes, Acheson and Rusk, they concluded that keeping it was preferable to attempting change. Foreign Assistance Act of Economic Cooperation Act of 80th Congress, 20 Session, Chapter April 3, To promote world peace andthe general welfare, national interest, and foreign policy ofthe United States through economic, financial.
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Rows The Foreign Service Act of 1946 book States Code is meant to be an organized, logical compilation of the laws passed by Congress. At its top level, it divides the world of legislation into fifty topically-organized Titles, and each Title is further subdivided into any number of logical subtopics.
Get this from a library. The Foreign service act of [Inter-university Case Program.]. The Act replaced the Board of Foreign Service Personnel, a body concerned solely with administering the system of promotions, with the Board of the Foreign Service, which was responsible more broadly for the personnel system as a whole, and created the position of Director General of the Foreign Service.
It also introduced the "up-or-out Agency executive: Carol Z. Perez, Director General. Foreign Service Act of Shahla F. Maghzi. The Foreign Service Act of (P.L. ) is a reorganization initiative established to develop professional opportunities to attract foreign service officers and to train them to become a "disciplined corps" of civil to the passage of the Foreign Service Act, there was little control over the selection of diplomatic and.
Foreign Service Act of Partial text of Public Law [H.R. ], 94 Stat.approved Octoas amended by Executive OrderFebru46 File Size: KB. Codification. Provisions of this chapter are derived from the Foreign Service Act offormer section et seq. of this title, and related and miscellaneous provisions as follows.
The first few pages of the Foreign Service Act of contain beautiful, almost poetic language describing what the Foreign Service should be and how crucial it is to the conduct of effective diplomacy.
Originally passed to modernize the Foreign Service, and building on earlier legislation from andthis piece of legislation is the foundational document spelling out. Get this from a library. To amend the Foreign Service Act of hearings before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, first session, on H.R.a bill to amend the Foreign Service Act ofas amended, and for other purposes, Febru 23, March 2, 3, and 8, [United States.
The Department of State requested GAO's decision as to the fiscal year appropriation to be charged with expenses properly incurred under authority of the Foreign Services Act of The expense incurred relates to fees for hospitalization and medical treatments for Department officers and found that the Secretary of State is given discretionary authority to pay expenses of.
The Foreign Service Act of by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs,U.S. G.P.O. edition, in EnglishPages: The Foreign Service Act of(Public Law ) as Amended to November 7,Janu Author: United States. Congress. House Foreign Affairs: Published: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
b, november 8,26 comp. gen. retirement - foreign service - recomputation of annuities under foreign service act of under section (a) of the foreign service act ofincreasing to $13, the basic per annum salary limitation of $10, previously prescribed (22 u.s.c.
21 (c) on which the 5 percent retirement contribution is computed, from and after the effective. An outline and history of the American Foreign Service, by a member, from its earnest beginnings during the Revolution, to its present form under the Foreign Service Act of For the most part, the author sketches in the constitutional and legislative background of the service in its early years, but he describes in considerable tail the duties and functions of our diplomatic corps today.
Published by the book division of AFSA, Foreign Service Books, The Voice of the Foreign Service takes readers through the early history of diplomacy, from Benjamin Franklin to the Rogers Act of and the Foreign Service Acts of andfollowing the evolution of the Foreign Service and the association through the 20th century and into.
Short title and extent.— (1) This Act may be called the Foreigners Act, (2) It extends to the whole of 1 [India] 2 [***].
Definitions.—In this Act,— 1 [ (c) “specified” means specified by direction of a prescribed authority. Power to make orders.— (1) The Central Government. Foreign Service Act and "replaced" Rogers Act, increased salaries of FSOs and provided expense accounts, established "up or out" created Senior Foreign Service for higher grades, reestablished 2 levels (civil and foreign service), encouraged specialization.
Foreign Service Act of (P.L. ) Excerpt from the Legislation on Foreign Affairs Through Overview AN ACT To promote the foreign policy of the United States by strengthening and improving the Foreign Service of the United States, and for other purposes.
The first resulted from the passage in of the Rogers Act which amalgamated the old diplomatic and consular services into a single Foreign Service of the United States.
In Tracy Hollingsworth Lay, Consul General of the United States, wrote his book on the Service which has been the definitive work on the subject for over twenty years. Act) and continued by the Foreign Service Act ofmust be preserved, strengthened, and improved in order to carry out its mission effectively in response to the complex challenges of modern diplomacy and international relations; (4) the members of the Foreign Service should be rep-File Size: KB.
Repeals specified provisions of the Foreign Service Act ofthe Foreign Relations Authorization Acts, Fiscal Years, andthe Department of State Appropriations Authorization Act ofthe Act establishing a Foreign Service Information Officer Corps, the Foreign Assistance Act ofthe Peace Corps Act, the.
Congress created the position of Director General of the Foreign Service in the Foreign Service Act of (P.L. ; 60 Stat. ). Between andthe Secretary of State designated the Directors General, who held rank equivalent to an Assistant Secretary of State.H.R.
(91 st): An Act to amend title VIII of the Foreign Service Act ofas amended, relating to the Foreign Service retirement and disability system, and for other purposes. (Record Group 84) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History Records of Diplomatic Posts Records of Consular Posts Records of Diplomatic and/or Consular Posts (bulk ) Records of the United States Mission to the United Nations and its Predecessors Textual Records.