22 U.S. Code Chapter 58, Subchapter IV - DIPLOMATIC SECURITY PROGRAM
- § 4851. Authorization
- § 4852. Diplomatic construction program
- § 4853. Security requirements for contractors
- § 4854. Qualifications of persons hired for diplomatic construction program
- § 4855. Cost overruns
- § 4856. Efficiency in contracting
- § 4857. Advisory Panel on Overseas Security
- § 4858. Training to improve perimeter security at United States diplomatic missions abroad
- § 4859. Protection of public entrances of United States diplomatic missions abroad
- § 4860. Reimbursement of Department of the Treasury
- § 4861. Inspector General for Department of State
- § 4862. Prohibition on use of funds for facilities in Israel, Jerusalem, or West Bank
- § 4863. Use of cleared personnel to ensure secure maintenance and repair of diplomatic facilities abroad
- § 4864. Increased participation of United States contractors in local guard contracts abroad under diplomatic security program
- § 4865. Security requirements for United States diplomatic facilities
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