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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

100 STAT. 858

PUBLIC LAW 99-399—AUG. 27, 1986

with the Secretary of State. Such agencies may, with or without reimbursement, provide assistance to the Secretary, perform security inspections, provide logistical support relating to the differing missions and facilities of other Federal agencies, and perform other overseas security functions as may be authorized by the Secretary. Specifically, the Secretary may agree to delegate operational control of overseas security functions of other Federal agencies to the heads of such agencies, subject to the Secretary's authority as set forth in section 103(a). The agency head receiving such delegated authority shall be responsible to the Secretary in the exercise of the delegated operational control. Qi) OTHER AGENCIES.—Nothing contained in titles I through IV

50 USC 401 note.

22 USC 4806.

shall be construed to limit or impair the authority or responsibility of any other Federal, State, or local agency with respect to law enforcement, domestic security operations, or intelligence activities as defined in Executive Order 12333. (Q) CERTAIN LEASE ARRANGEMENTS.—The Administrator of General Services is authorized to lease (to such extent or in such amounts as are provided in appropriation Acts) such amount of space in the United States as may be necessary for the Department of State to accommodate the personnel required to carry out this title. The Department of State shall pay for such space at the rate established by the Administrator of General Services for space and related services. SEC. 107. PROTECTION OF FOREIGN CONSULATES.

The Chief of Protocol of the Department of State shall consult with the Assistant Secretary of Diplomatic Security in making determinations with respect to accreditation of all foreign consular personnel in the United States. TITLE II—DIPLOMATIC SECURITY SERVICE 22 USC 4821.


There shall be, within the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, the Diplomatic Security Service. The Diplomatic Security Service shall perform such functions as may be assigned to it by the Secretary of State. 22 USC 4822.


The Diplomatic Security Service shall be headed by a Director designated by the Secretary of State. The Director should be a career member of the Senior Foreign Service or the Senior Executive Service and shall be qualified for the position by virtue of demonstrated ability in the areas of security, law enforcement, management, and public administration. Experience in management or operations abroad shall be considered an affirmative factor in the selection of the Director. The Director shall act under the supervision and direction of the Assistant Secretary for Diplomatic Security. Women.



Positions in the Diplomatic Security Service shall be filled in accordance with the provisions of the Foreign Service Act of 1980 (22 U.S.C. 3901 et seq.) and title 5, United States Code. In filling such positions, the Secretary of State shall actively recruit women and members of minority groups. The Secretary of State shall prescribe

Ante, p. 609.