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State Magazine, July/August 2004

State Magazine, July/August 2004

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The July/August 2004 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features a recap of this year’s Take Your Child to Work Day; Language Services as our Office of the Month; and Athens, Greece as our Post of the Month!
The July/August 2004 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features a recap of this year’s Take Your Child to Work Day; Language Services as our Office of the Month; and Athens, Greece as our Post of the Month!

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StateState
MAGAZINE
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
 JULY/AUGUST 2004
Contents
 
State Magazine 
(ISSN 1099–4165) is published monthly,except bimonthly in July and August,by the U.S.DepartmentofState,2201 C St.,N.W.,Washington,DC.Periodicals postagepaid at Washington,D.C.,and at additional mailing locations.Send changes ofaddress to
State Magazine
,HR/ER/SMG,SA-1,Room H-236,Washington,DC 20522-0108.You may alsoe-mail address changes to statemagazine@state.gov.
State Magazine 
is published to facilitate communicationbetween management and employees at home and abroad andto acquaint employees with developments that may affectoperations or personnel.The magazine is also available to per-sons interested in working for the Department ofState and tothe general public.
State Magazine 
is available by subscription through theSuperintendent ofDocuments,U.S.Government PrintingOffice,Washington,DC 20402 (telephone [202] 512-1800) oron the web at http://bookstore.gpo.gov.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 
;or send your request in writing to
State Magazine
,HR/ER/SMG,SA-1,Room H-236,Washington,DC20522-0108.The magazine’s phone number is (202) 663-1700.
Deadlines:Aug.15 for October issue.Sept.15 for November issue.
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Kelly ClementsTom GalloPam Holliday Joe JohnsonTom Krajeski
Sometimes it audits.Other times it inspects andinvestigates.But at all times,the Office oftheInspector General gets your attention.
IN OUR NEXT ISSUE:
   P   H   O   T   O   G   R   A   P   H   S  :   (   A   B   O   V   E   )  :   H   O   W   A   R   D   L   E   E   D   H   A   M  ;   (   O   P   P   O   S   I   T   E   P   A   G   E   )  :   W   A   L   T   E   R   A   S   T   R   A   D   A
???? Sharp-eyed inspectors tour the U.S. Embassy in N’Djamena,Chad.
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CONTENTS
JULY/AUGUST 2004
Peter Afanasenko,left,senior Russian diplomatic translator,assists President Bush in talks with President Vladimir Putin of Russia at the Bush ranch in Crawford,Texas.
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ON THE COVER
Two ofthis year’s distinguished retirees:Clyde Taylor and Nancy Ely-Raphel earnthe Director General’s Foreign Service andCivil Service cups.
Photo by Paul Koscak

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