101 STAT. 1332
PUBLIC LAW 100-204—DEC. 22, 1987
Sec. 140. Annual country reports on terrorism. Sec. 141. Restriction on use of funds for public diplomacy efforts. Sec. 142. Authority to invest and recover expenses from international claims settlement funds. PART C—DIPLOMATIC RECIPROCITY AND SECURITY
Sec. 151. United States-Soviet Embassy Agreement; prohibition on use of Mt. Alto Site. Sec. 152. Recovery of damages incurred as a result of Soviet intelligence activities directed at the new United States Embassy in Moscow. Sec. 153. United States-Soviet reciprocity in matters relating to embassies. Sec. 154. Report on personnel of Soviet state trading enterprises. Sec. 155. Personnel security program for embassies in high intelligence threat countries. Sec. 156. Accountability Review Boards. Sec. 157. Prohibition on certain employment at United States diplomatic and consular missions in Communist Countries. Sec. 158. Termination of retirement benefits for foreign national employees engaging in hostile intelligence activities. Sec. 159. Report on employment of foreign nationals at foreign service posts abroad. Sec. 160. Construction security certification. Sec. 161. Protection from future hostile intelligence activities in the United States. Sec. 162. Application of travel restrictions to personnel of certain countries and organizations. Sec. 163. Counterintelligence polygraph screening of Diplomatic Security Service personnel. Sec. 164. United States Embassy in Hungary. PART D—PERSONNEL MATTERS
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Commission to study Foreign Service personnel system. Protection of Civil Service employees. Compensation for certain State Department officials. Audit of merit personnel system of Foreign Service. Performance pay. Extension of limited appointments. Chief of missions salary. Pay level of ambassadors at large. Foreign Service career candidates tax treatment. Prohibition on member of a Foreign Service union negotiating on behalf of the Department of State. Clarification of jurisdiction of foreign service grievance board. Record of grievances awarded. Women and minorities in the Foreign Service. Compliance with law requiring reports to Congress. Changes in reporting requirements. . Disposition of personal property abroad. Authorities for service of Fascell fellows. Benefits for certain former spouses of members of the Foreign Service. TITLE II—UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY Authorization of appropriations; allocation of funds. Funds appropriated for the United States Information Agency. Receipts from English-teaching and library programs. USIA posts and personnel overseeis. Forty-year leasing authority. United States Information Agency programming on Afghanistan. Television service of the United States Information Agency. Limitation on Worldnet funding. Audience survey of Worldnet program. v; National Endowment for Democracy. Separate accounts for NED grantees. NED treatment of independent labor unions. United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. Distribution within the United States of USIA film entitled "America The Way I See It". Availability of certain USIA photographs for distribution within the United States by the Department of Defense. USIA undergraduate scholarship program.
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