22 U.S. Code CHAPTER 38— DEPARTMENT OF STATE

  1. § 2651. Establishment of Department
  2. § 2651a. Organization of Department of State
  3. §§ 2652, 2652a. Repealed. Pub. L. 103–236, title I, § 162(a), (b), Apr. 30, 1994, 108 Stat. 405
  4. § 2652b. Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs
  5. § 2652c. Assistant Secretary of State for Verification and Compliance
  6. §§ 2653 to 2655. Repealed. Pub. L. 103–236, title I, § 162(a), (p), Apr. 30, 1994, 108 Stat. 405, 410
  7. § 2655a. Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs within Department of State; Assistant Secretary of State as head of Bureau
  8. § 2655b. Diplomatic presence overseas
  9. § 2656. Management of foreign affairs
  10. § 2656a. Congressional declaration of findings of major significance of modern scientific and technological advances in foreign policy
  11. § 2656b. Congressional declaration of policy regarding consequences of science and technology on conduct of foreign policy
  12. § 2656c. Responsibilities of President
  13. § 2656d. Responsibilities of Secretary of State
  14. § 2656e. Terrorism-related travel advisories
  15. § 2656f. Annual country reports on terrorism
  16. § 2656g. Report on terrorist assets in United States
  17. § 2656h. International credit reports
  18. § 2656i. Counterdrug and anticrime activities of Department of State
  19. § 2657. Custody of seals and property
  20. § 2658. Repealed. Pub. L. 103–236, title I, § 162(a), Apr. 30, 1994, 108 Stat. 405
  21. § 2659. State statutes to be procured
  22. § 2660. Copies of treaties furnished to Director of the Government Publishing Office
  23. § 2661. Procurement of information for corporations, firms and individuals; expense of cablegrams and telephone service involved; appropriation
  24. § 2661a. Foreign contracts or arrangements; discrimination
  25. § 2661b. Services provided to the press
  26. § 2662. Transferred
  27. § 2663. Omitted
  28. § 2664. Distribution of duties of officers, clerks, and employees
  29. § 2664a. Protection of Civil Service employees
  30. § 2665. Personal services other than those provided for
  31. § 2665a. Foreign Service fellowships
  32. §§ 2666, 2667. Repealed. Pub. L. 99–93, title I, § 125(c), Aug. 16, 1985, 99 Stat. 417
  33. § 2668. Requisitions for advances to pay lawful obligations
  34. § 2668a. Disposition of trust funds received from foreign governments for citizens of United States
  35. § 2669. Printing and binding outside continental United States; settlement and payment of claims by foreign governments; employment of aliens; official functions and courtesies; purchase of uniforms; payment of tort claims; payment of assumed obligations in Germany; telecommunications services; security; special purpose passenger motor vehicles; pay obligations arising under international conventions or contracts; personal service contracts
  36. § 2669–1. Payment of tort claims arising in connection with overseas operations
  37. § 2669a. Diplomatic Telecommunications Service
  38. § 2669b. Reaffirming United States international telecommunications policy
  39. § 2670. Insurance on motor vehicles in foreign countries; tie lines and teletype equipment; ice and drinking water; excise taxes on negotiable instruments; remains of deceased persons; relief, protection, and burial of seamen; acknowledgement of services of foreign vessels and aircraft; rentals and leases
  40. § 2671. Emergency expenditures
  41. § 2672. Participation in international activities; restriction; expenses
  42. § 2672a. Alternate United States Commissioners for international fisheries commissions
  43. § 2672b. Compensation of Alternate United States Commissioners; travel expenses and other allowances
  44. § 2673. International Civil Aviation Organization; availability of funds for participation
  45. § 2674. Availability of exchange allowances or proceeds derived from exchange or sale of motor vehicles
  46. § 2675. Allocation or transfer to other agencies of funds appropriated to Department of State; authority for expenditure of funds
  47. § 2676. Contracts in foreign countries
  48. § 2677. Availability of funds for travel expenses and transportation of personal effects, household goods, or automobiles
  49. § 2678. Reduction in earmarks if appropriations are less than authorizations
  50. § 2679. Maximum rates of per diem in lieu of subsistence payable to foreign participants in exchange of persons program or in program of furnishing technical information and assistance
  51. § 2679a. Procurement contracts
  52. § 2679b. Prohibition against fraudulent use of “Made in America” labels
  53. § 2679c. Prohibition on discriminatory contracts
  54. § 2679d. Exemption from certain procurement protest procedures for noncompetitive contracting in emergency circumstances
  55. § 2680. Appropriations for State Department; information to congressional committees
  56. § 2680–1. Deadline for responses to questions from congressional committees
  57. § 2680–2. Facilitating access to Department of State
  58. § 2680a. Compensation for disability or death
  59. § 2681. International broadcasting facilities; transfer to Department of State; acquisition of property
  60. § 2682. Liquidation and disposal of broadcasting facilities
  61. § 2683. Assumption of obligations of operation of broadcasting facilities
  62. § 2684. Capital fund for Department of State to centralize reproduction, editorial, data processing, audiovisual and other services; maximum amount; operation of fund
  63. § 2684a. Capital Investment Fund
  64. § 2685. Reimbursement for detailed State Department personnel
  65. § 2686. Review of world-wide supply, demand, and price of basic raw and processed materials
  66. § 2686a. Appointment of Special Coordinator for water policy negotiations and water resources policy
  67. § 2687. Use of appropriated funds for unusual expenses of United States Representative to Organization of American States
  68. § 2688. Ambassadors; criteria regarding selection and confirmation
  69. § 2689. American Sections, International Joint Commission, United States and Canada; funds for representation expenses and official entertainment within the United States
  70. § 2690. Foreign gifts; audit; reports to Congress
  71. § 2691. Repealed. Pub. L. 101–649, title VI, § 603(a)(18), Nov. 29, 1990, 104 Stat. 5084
  72. § 2692. Compensation for persons participating in State Department proceedings; availability of funds
  73. § 2693. Repealed. Pub. L. 96–465, title II, § 2205(3), Oct. 17, 1980, 94 Stat. 2160
  74. § 2694. Limitation on purchase of gifts for foreign individuals; report to Speaker of the House and chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate
  75. § 2695. Administrative services
  76. § 2695a. Foreign language services
  77. § 2695b. Omitted
  78. § 2696. Nondiscretionary personnel costs, currency fluctuations, and other contingencies
  79. § 2697. Acceptance of gifts on behalf of United States
  80. § 2698. Procurement of legal services
  81. § 2699. Employment opportunities for family members
  82. § 2700. Use of vehicles
  83. § 2701. Educational facilities
  84. § 2702. Malpractice protection
  85. § 2703. Services and facilities for employees at posts abroad
  86. § 2704. Subsistence expenses
  87. § 2705. Documentation of citizenship
  88. § 2706. Reprograming of funds; notice requirements
  89. § 2706a. Rewards payments
  90. § 2707. International communications and information policy; duties of Secretary of State
  91. § 2708. Department of State rewards program
  92. § 2708a. Award of Thomas Jefferson Star for Foreign Service
  93. § 2709. Special agents
  94. § 2710. Expenses relating to participation in arbitrations of certain disputes
  95. § 2711. Counterterrorism Protection Fund
  96. § 2712. Authority to control certain terrorism-related services
  97. § 2713. Protection of historic and artistic furnishings of reception areas of the Harry S Truman Federal Building
  98. § 2714. Denial of passports to certain convicted drug traffickers
  99. § 2714a. Revocation or denial of passport in case of certain unpaid taxes
  100. § 2715. Procedures regarding major disasters and incidents abroad affecting United States citizens
  101. § 2715a. Provision of information on certain violent crimes abroad to victims and victims’ families
  102. § 2715b. Notification of next of kin; reports of death
  103. § 2715c. Conservation and disposition of estates
  104. § 2716. Debt collection
  105. § 2717. Defense trade controls registration fees
  106. § 2718. Fees received for use of Blair House
  107. § 2719. Grants for training and education in international affairs
  108. § 2720. Closing of consular and diplomatic posts abroad
  109. § 2721. Impermissible basis for denial of passports
  110. § 2722. International meetings
  111. § 2723. Denial of visas
  112. § 2724. Fees for commercial services
  113. § 2725. Fees for use of the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center
  114. § 2726. Fee for use of diplomatic reception rooms
  115. § 2727. Accounting of collections in budget presentation documents
  116. § 2728. Crimes committed by diplomats
  117. § 2729. State Department records of overseas deaths of United States citizens from nonnatural causes
  118. § 2730. Prohibition on funding the involuntary return of refugees
  119. § 2731. Monitoring and combating anti-Semitism
  120. § 2732. Public diplomacy responsibilities of the Department of State
  121. § 2733. Reemployment of annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement System and Federal Employees’ Retirement System
  122. § 2734. Reconstruction and stabilization
  123. § 2734a. Authorities related to personnel
  124. § 2734b. Report on diversity recruitment, employment, retention, and promotion
  125. § 2734c. Employee assignment restrictions
  126. § 2734d. Recruitment and retention of individuals who have lived, worked, or studied in predominantly Muslim countries or communities
  127. § 2735. Foreign relations exchange programs