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OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE (D)

(CT:ORG-430;   10-20-2017)
(Office of Origin: S/ES-EX)

1 FAM 031  DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE (D)

(CT:ORG-363;   04-09-2015)

a. Serves as the principal deputy and alter ego to the Secretary.

b. Serves as principal adviser to the Secretary and assists the Secretary in the formulation and conduct of all U.S. foreign policy.

c.  Assists the Secretary in carrying out the Secretary's authority and responsibility for the overall direction, coordination, and supervision, of interdepartmental activities of the U.S. Government abroad.

d. Assists the Secretary in directing the Department's participation in the National Security Council (NSC) system.

e. Assists the Secretary in representing the United States at international meetings, in performing other representational assignments, and in presenting the Department's position before congressional committees.

f.  Provides recommendations to the Secretary on important personnel appointments.

g. Engages with Chiefs of Mission, the Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources, the Under Secretary of State for Management, and the Bureau of Diplomatic Security on the safety and security of Department of State personnel and facilities abroad.

h. Has substantive and coordinating responsibility for 1 FAM 030 — Office of the Deputy Secretary of State (D).

1 FAM 031.1  Authorities

(CT:ORG-430;   10-20-2017)

a. The authority for the Deputy Secretary is found in 22 U.S.C. 2651a(a)(2).

b. In any case in which the Secretary has been granted a delegable authority, the Deputy Secretary is authorized to exercise that authority pursuant to Department of State Delegation of Authority 245-2, dated July 31, 2017.

1 FAM 032  DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE for management and resources (D-MR)

(CT:ORG-363;   04-09-2015)

a. Serves as principal adviser and assists the Secretary in the formulation and conduct of all management and resources policy and activities.

b. Assists the Secretary in giving overall supervision and direction to substantive and management elements of the Department.  Is responsible for overall supervision and direction of the Department's planning, evaluation, and resource allocation processes.  Assists the Secretary in the formulation and conduct of U.S. foreign policy.

c.  Assists the Secretary in directing U.S. Foreign Assistance.

d. Assists the Secretary in carrying out the Secretary's authority and responsibility for the overall direction, coordination, and supervision, of interdepartmental activities of the U.S. Government abroad.

e. Assists the Secretary in directing the Department’s participation in the National Security Council (NSC) system.

f.  Assists the Secretary in representing the United States at international meetings, in performing other representational assignments, and in presenting the Department's position before congressional committees.

g. Provides recommendations to the Secretary on important personnel appointments.

h. Engages with Chiefs of Mission, the Deputy Secretary, the Under Secretary of State for Management, and the Bureau of Diplomatic Security on the safety and security of Department of State personnel and facilities abroad.

i.  Has substantive and coordinating responsibility for 1 FAM 032 – Office of the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources (D-MR).

1 FAM 032.1  Authorities

(CT:ORG-430;   10-20-2017)

a. The authority for the Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources is found in 22 U.S.C. 2651a(a)(2).

1 FAM 033  director OF U.S. FOREIGN ASSISTANCE (F)

1 FAM 033.1  Responsibilities

(CT:ORG-430;   10-20-2017)

The Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance (F):

(1)  Reports directly to the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources (D-MR);

(2)  Develops a coordinated U. S. Government foreign assistance strategy, including developing country specific assistance strategies and annual country-specific assistance operational plans as well as F goals and priorities;

(3)  Creates and directs consolidated policy, strategic and program plans, the operational budget, implementation mechanisms, and staff functions required to provide umbrella leadership to foreign assistance;

(4)  Has authority over all Department of State and USAID foreign assistance funding and programs, with continued participation in program planning, implementation, budget, oversight, and program results reporting from the various bureaus and offices within State and USAID, as part of the integrated interagency planning, coordination and implementation mechanisms;

(5)  Provides coordination, guidance, and assistance to all development assistance delivered through the Millennium Challenge Corporation and the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator and Health Diplomacy as well as implement a mechanism to effectively facilitate interagency collaboration of foreign assistance programs and policies of other agencies and entities of the U.S. Government;

(6)  Directs the required transformation of the U. S. Government approach to foreign assistance in order to achieve the President’s Transformational Development Goals, and provides high-level comprehensive framework for reporting on achievements and summary of performance results that support the organization’s strategic objectives;

(7)  Assists the Secretary in directing U.S. foreign assistance; and

(8)  Has substantive and coordinating responsibility for 1 FAM.

1 FAM 033.2  Authorities

(CT:ORG-430;   10-20-2017)

The following authorities apply:

(1)  Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended;

(2)  Arms Export Control Act;

(3)  Delegation of Authority 437, dated May 1, 2017; and

(4)  Other authorities, as appropriate.

1 FAM 034  THROUGH 039 UNASSIGNED