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State Magazine, May 2000

State Magazine, May 2000

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The May 2000 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features a report on updates in the medical clearance process; Cultural Property as our Office of the Month; and Lima, Peru as our Post of the Month!
The May 2000 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features a report on updates in the medical clearance process; Cultural Property as our Office of the Month; and Lima, Peru as our Post of the Month!

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
May 2000
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State Magazine
(ISSN 1099–4165) is published monthly, except bimonthly in July and August, by the U.S. Department of State, 2201C St., N.W., Washington, DC. Periodicals postage paid at Washington,DC. POSTMASTER: Send changes of address to
State Magazine,
PER/ER/SMG, SA-1, Room H-236, Washington, DC 20522-0602.
State Magazine
is published to facilitate communication between manage-ment and employees at home and abroad and to acquaint employeeswith developments that may affect operations or personnel. Themagazine is also available to persons interested in working for theDepartment 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 email atstatemagazine@state.gov; download them from our web site at
www.state.gov/www/publications/statemag
;or send your requestin writing to
State Magazine
, PER/ER/SMG, SA-1, Room H-236,Washington, DC 20522-0602.The magazine’s phone number is(202) 663-1700.
Deadlines:May 15 for July/August issue. July 15 for September issue.
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 Janice BurkeFrank CoulterCheryl HessStevenson McIlvaineWayne OshimaMichael Scanlin
In our next issue:
Golden Anniversary, Class of 1950 
Earl Lubensky,center,one of 27 “Resident Officers”from the Foreign Service class of 1950,introduces the new U.S. base commander to the burgermeister of Fritzlar,a town in the  American sector of West Germany. Lubensky and his classmates celebrated their golden anniversary on May 5 during Foreign Service Day at the State Department.
 
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Contents
Department of State • United States of America
State
Magazine
May 2000
No. 435
COLUMNS
2From the Secretary5Direct From the D.G.
DEPARTMENTS
3Letters to the Editor4In the News25Medical Report29People Like You30Obituaries321999 Foreign ServicePromotion Statistics32Personnel Actions
On the Cover
Renovating State 
616
 A new air-conditioning unit is airlifted to Columbia Plaza.Marilen Maher,secretary at the U.S. Embassy in Lima,with native highland residents near Arequipa,Peru.
6Post of the Month:Lima
It’s a fascinating place to live and work.
10Office of the Month:Cultural Property
They’re protecting the world’s heritage.
14Biotech:A Balanced Debate
The Hague hosts conference on biotechnology.
15The Washington/Wireless File
Veterans celebrate 65 years of continuous service.
16Foggy Bottom Gets Facelift
Renovations provide a quality work environment forState employees.
20Students Mine Rich Lode
Course introduces students to mining, mineral marketsand U.S. industry interests.
22FSNTraining
State demonstrates commitment to FSNtraining programs.
25Medical Clearance
MED streamlines path to a healthy assignment.
28Managing Your Civil Service Career
Try these strategies for a successful career path.
Photo by Greg Olson
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