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State Magazine, December 2000

State Magazine, December 2000

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The December 2000 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features a report on the progress of the USIA-State integration; Political-Military Affairs as our Bureau of the Month; and Rabat, Morocco as our Post of the Month!
The December 2000 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features a report on the progress of the USIA-State integration; Political-Military Affairs as our Bureau of the Month; and Rabat, Morocco as our Post of the Month!

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
December 2000
StateState
Magazine
Unveilingthe EagleUnveilingthe Eagle
Also in this issue: Integration—A Work in Progress 
 
State Magazine
(ISSN 1099–4165) is published monthly, except bimonthly in July and August, by the U.S. Department of State,2201 C St., N.W., Washington, DC. Periodicals postage paid atWashington, DC and at additional mailing locations. POSTMAS-TER: Send changes of address to
State Magazine,
HR/ER/SMG,SA-1, Room H-236, Washington, DC 20522-0602.
State Magazine
is published to facilitate communication between managementand employees at home and abroad and to acquaint employeeswith developments that may affect operations or personnel.The magazine is also available to persons interested in workingfor the Department of State and to the general public.
State Magazine
is available by subscription through theSuperintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office,Washington, DC 20402 (telephone [202] 512-1850).For details on submitting articles to
State Magazine,
requestour guidelines, “Getting Your Story Told,” by e-mail atstatemagazine@state.gov; download them from our web site at
www.state.gov/www/publications/statemag
;or send your requestin writing to
State Magazine
, HR/ER/SMG, SA-1, Room H-236,Washington, DC 20522-0602.The magazine’s phone number is(202) 663-1700.
Deadlines:Dec. 15 for February issue. Jan. 15 for March issue.
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 Janice BurkeRosalie DangeloCheryl HessPat HayesDoug RyanHarry Thomas
In our next issue:
Breakthrough for Diplomacy
Secretary Albright breaks through a wall near the 21st Street entrance of the Harry S. Truman Building where the U.S. Diplomacy Center will be located.
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6Post of the Month:Rabat
The 12th century city speaks to the past and present.
10Bureau of the Month:Political-Military Affairs
This bureau gives politics a new meaning.
14Main State Building Named for President Truman
It is the first in the capital named for the 33rd President.
16‘The Eagle Has Landed
The 11,600-pound sculpture symbolizes democracy.
18The OIG Has Lots to Cheer About
Employees help area’s homeless and hungry.
20Rover Finds Niche with African Animals
She’s wild about animals and it shows.
23USIA-State Integration
It’s still a work in progress.
28Former Restaurateur Switches to Security
Special agent excels in new role.
30Videoconferencing
It’s the next best thing to being there.
32Growing with the FLO
Family Liaison Office expands space and mission.
State
Contents
Department of State • United States of America
State
Magazine
December 2000
No. 441
COLUMNS
2From the Secretary5Direct from the D.G.
DEPARTMENTS
3Letters to the Editor4In the News33Medical Report34People Like You35Obituaries36Personnel Actions
On the Cover
Unveiling the Soaring Eagle are,from left,sculptor Greg Wyatt; Barbara Newington,chairwoman of the board of trustees and director of the Newington- Cropsey Foundation; and Bonnie Cohen,under secretary of State for Management.Photo by Shawn Moore 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
December 2000
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Magazine
Unveilingthe EagleUnveilingthe Eagle
Also in this issue: Integration—A Work in Progress 
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Donated food awaits distribution to area’s hungry and homeless.Carpet shop in Morocco.

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