global affairs bureau

(6) (A) The promotion, on or after January 1, 2017 , of any Foreign Service officer, appointed under section 3942(a)(1) of this title , who has general responsibility for carrying out the functions of the Service to the Senior Foreign Service shall be contingent upon such individual completing at least one tour in— (i) a global affairs bureau; or (ii) a global affairs position. (B) The requirements under subparagraph (A) shall not apply if the Secretary certifies that the individual proposed for promotion to the Senior Foreign Service— (i) has met all other requirements applicable to such promotion; and (ii) was unable to complete a tour in a global affairs bureau or global affairs position because there was not a reasonable opportunity for such individual to be assigned to such a position. (C) In this paragraph— (i) the term “global affairs bureau” means any bureau of the Department that is under the responsibility of— (I) the Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and Environment; (II) the Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Affairs; (III) the Under Secretary for Management; (IV) the Assistant Secretary for International Organization Affairs; (V) the Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs; or (VI) the Under Secretary for Civilian, Security, Democracy, and Human Rights; and (ii) the term “global affairs position” means any position funded with amounts appropriated to the Department under the heading “Diplomatic Policy and Support”.


22 USC § 4001(c)(6)

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