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made by paragraph , of his subsection was in c a z that perca ana ne serrces nad been requested cy tze See
retary of State. SEC. 136. STUDY OF CONSTRICTION SECURITY NEEDS
Not more than one year after he iace of erachtert of sit, the Secretary of State sral sulmit the Chartan af ore Fores Relations Committee of ne Serate and te Soeaxer ot e Escse of Representatives a report, and recommendations regarding security needs for dipicmatic constriction. The Secretary of Staze stall review priorities, recommendations, and pians, general y mord as the "Inman Report", and address specificaly whether eanging budgetary and foreign policy prorites since the "Intr.an Report continue to justify the "Inman recommendations. The report should also assess whether authorizations for 'inman* security activities should be modified or repeaied in light of changed conditions.
SEC. 150.23 COMMISSION TO STUDY PERSONNEL QCESTIONS AT THE
DEPARTMENT OF STATE. (a) MEMBERSHIP.
(1) Within 90 days of the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State shall appoint seven distinguished members, at least six of whom shall have a minimum of ten years experience in personnel management, to examine personnel issues affecting both Foreign Service and Civil Service employees at the Department of State.
(2) Appointments to the Commission shall be made in consultation with the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate, the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives, the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service of the House of Representatives, and exclusive representatives (as defined in section 1002(9) of the Foreign Service Act of 1980).
(3) The Secretary of State may reappoint members who served on the Commission authorized under section 171 of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989.
(4) At least two members of the Commission shall have specialized knowledge of the Civil Service in the Department of
State. (b) IMPLEMENTATION REPORT.-Not later than one year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Commission shall report to the Chairmen and ranking Members of the appropriate committees of the Congress on the extent to which the Department of State has implemented recommendations of the Commission authorized in section 171 of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989.
(c) REPORT ON PERSONNEL MATTERS AND CONDITIONS.—
** Functiona vented in the Secretary of State in this section were reserved to the Secretary of state by Delegation of Authority No. 193, January 7, 1992 (Public Notice 1555; 57 F.R. 2298; January 21, 1942)
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(1) Not more than one year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Commission shall issue a written report to the appropriate committees of the Congress on State Department personnel questions affecting the effective conduct of foreign policy and the efficiency, cost effectiveness, and morale of State Department employees.
(2) The Commission report required under this subsection shall include the following topics:
(A) Matters related to section 607 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980 (22 U.S.C. 4007) relating to senior Foreign Service Officers who were working under section 607(d)(2) temporary career extensions on June 2, 1990, and who, because the 14-year time-in-class benefit had been denied them, were involuntarily retired under section 607 after June 2, 1990.
(B) An examination of the contribution of Civil Service personnel to the fulfillment of the mission of the Department of State, including
(i) recommendations as to how the needs and standing of such employees might be more fully recognized by the Department as full partners in the successful conduct of foreign policy; and
(ii) recommendations as to how Civil Service positions may be better utilized or structured in the Department and abroad to enhance the institutional memory on evolving foreign policy issues. (C) A study of the management and practices at the United States Mission to the United Nations, taking into account the recommendations of recent reports of the In
spector General of the Department of State. (d) Definition.—As used in this section the term "appropriate committees of the Congress” means the Committee on Foreign Relations and the Committee on Appropriations of the Senate and the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Appropriations, and the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service of the House of Representatives. SEC. 151.34 FOREIGN NATIONAL EMPLOYEES SEPARATION PAY.
(a) ESTABLISHMENT.There is established in the Treasury of the United States a fund to provide separation pay for foreign national employees of agencies of the United States Government, other than the Department of Defense. (b) FUNDING.—There shall be deposited in such account,
(1) all amounts previously obligated for accrued separation pay of foreign national employees of such agencies of the United States Government; and
(2) amounts obligated for fiscal years after 1991 by such agencies for the current and future costs of separation pay of
foreign national employees. (c) AVAILABILITY.–Amounts shall be deposited in the fund annually and are authorized to be available until expended.
(d) EXPENDITURES FROM THE FUND.-Amounts deposited in the fund shall be available for expenditure to make separation pay
34 22 U.S.C. 4012a.
ments to foreign national employees in cou' is legally authorized.
SEC. 154. COMPENSATION FOR LOSS OF PE:
DENT TO SERVICE. Not later than 90 days after enactment : ment of State shall submit to the Chairm. tions Committee of the Senate and the S Representatives, a report on the need for mechanism to compensate employees of th who have legitimate claims resulting from i under circumstances set forth in the Milita ian Employees Claims Act of 1964, as ame and whose losses exceed the amounts cover port shall include legislative recommendati plement these recommendations. Losses, shall include legitimate claims for losses Somalia. SEC. 155.36 LANGUAGE TRAINING IN THE FORI
The Department of State, the Departmen United States Information Agency shall er for promotion of Foreign Service employe. training reports for employees in full-time : be weighed as heavily as the annual employ order to ensure that employees in langual advantaged in the promotion process.
PART E–INTERNATIONAL OR SEC. 161. MATERIAL DONATIONS TO UNITEI
ING OPERATIONS. It is the sense of the Congress that the 1 tive of the United States to the United Nat sure that in-kind contributions by the Unite tions to the United Nations peacekeeping their full value when calculating the contr tions peacekeeping forces. SEC. 162.36 REFORM IN BUDGET DECISIONM.
THE UNITED NATIONS AND ITS S
*** (Subsecs. (a)-(d) Repealed-199
SECONDMENT. . . .
36 22 U.S.C. 4001 note.
36 Sec. 409(e) of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fi. Law 103-236; 108 Stat. 454), struck out subsece. (a) through tions to the United Nations and its implementation of consens
37 Subsec. (e) rereled sections of earlier Foreign Relations A
ss of the United States implementation King Strategies for the Advancement of
as adopted by the 40th session of the embly in Resolution 40/108 on Decem
ater than 90 days prior to the 1995
States implementation of the Nairobi
Act, the Inspector General of the De-
(g) 41 INTERPARLIAMENTARY CONFERENCE OF NORTH ATLANTIC ASSEMBLY, * * * SEC. 189.12 UNITED STATES DELEGATION TO THE PARLIAMENTARY
ASSEMBLY OP THE CONFERENCE ON SECURITY AND CO
OPERATION NELROPE (CSCE). (a) ESTABLISHMENT.-In accordance with the allocation of seats to the United States in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (hereinafter referred to as the "CSCE Assembly") not to exceed 17 Members of Congress shall be appointed to meet jointly and annually with representative parliamentary groups from other Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) member-nations for the purposes of,
(1) assessing the implementation of the objectives of the CSCE;
(2) discussing subjects addressed during the meetings of the Council of Ministers for Foreign Affairs and the biennial Summit of Heads of State or Government;
(3) initiating and promoting such national and multilateral measures as may further cooperation and security in Europe. (b) APPOINTMENT OF DELEGATION.-For each meeting of the CSCE Assembly, there shall be appointed a United States Delegation, as follows:
(1) In 1992 and every even-numbered year thereafter, 9 Members shall be appointed by the Speaker of the House from Members of the House (not less than 4 of whom, including the Chairman of the United States Delegation, shall be from the Committee on Foreign Affairs); and 8 Members shall, upon recommendations of the Majority and Minority leaders of the Senate, be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate from Members of the Senate (not less than 4 of whom, including the Vice Chairman of the United States Delegation, shall be from the Committee on Foreign Relations, unless the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, upon recommendations of the Majority and Minority leaders of the Senate, determines otherwise).
(2) In every odd-numbered year beginning in 1993, 9 Members shall, upon recommendation of the Majority and Minority Leaders of the Senate, be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate from Members of the Senate (not less than 4 of whom, including the Chairman of the United States Delegation, shall be from the Committee on Foreign Relations, unless the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, upon recommendations of the Majority and Minority leaders of the Senate, determines otherwise); and 8 Members shall be appointed by the Speaker of the House from Members of the House (not less than 4 of whom, including the Vice Chairman, shall be
from the Committee on Foreign Affairs). (c) ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT.--For the purpose of providing general staff support and continuity between successive delegations,
« Sulvene isi amended see 5 of the "Joint resolution to authorize participation by the United States in parliamentary conferences of the North Atlantic Theaty Organization", approved July 11,