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CODE: 188.117-106Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): FOREIGN-SERVICE OFFICER (government ser.)

Represents interests of United States Government and Nationals by conducting relations with foreign nations and international organizations; protecting and advancing political, economic, and commercial interests overseas; and rendering personal services to Americans abroad and to foreign nationals traveling to the United States: Manages and administers diplomatic or consular post abroad. Conveys views of U.S. Government to host government. Reports political and other developments in host country to superior or Secretary of State. Analyzes basic economic data, trends, and developments in host country or region. Advances trade by alerting U.S. business personnel to potential foreign trade and investment opportunities. Provides medical, legal, familial, and traveling advice and assistance to U.S. citizens. Issues passports to Americans and visas to foreigners wishing to enter the United States. Offers notarial services and assistance on benefit programs to Americans and eligible foreigners. Determines eligibility of persons to be documented as U.S. citizens. Takes testimony abroad for use in U.S. Courts. May negotiate agreements between host and United States Government. May recommend how American policy can help improve foreign economic conditions. May coordinate American economic assistance programs. May serve in Washington, D.C. as counterpart to outstationed colleagues, relating foreign service administrative needs to Department of State or United States Information Agency. May disseminate information overseas about the United States and its policies by engaging in cultural and educational interaction through United States Information Agency. May be designated according to basic field of specialization as Administrative Officer (government ser.); Commercial Officer (government ser.); Consular Officer (government ser.); Cultural Affairs Officer (government ser.); Diplomatic Officer (government ser.); Economic Officer (government ser.). May be designated: Information Officer (government ser.); Political Officer (government ser.); Public Affairs Officer (government ser.).
GOE: 11.09.03 STRENGTH: S GED: R5 M4 L5 SVP: 8 DLU: 77
ONET CROSSWALK: 19005A Government Service Executives

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CODE: 188.117-106 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): FOREIGN-SERVICE OFFICER (government ser.)

Represents interests of United States Government and Nationals by conducting relations with foreign nations and international organizations; protecting and advancing political, economic, and commercial interests overseas; and rendering personal services to Americans abroad and to foreign nationals traveling to the United States: Manages and administers diplomatic or consular post abroad. Conveys views of U.S. Government to host government. Reports political and other developments in host country to superior or Secretary of State. Analyzes basic economic data, trends, and developments in host country or region. Advances trade by alerting U.S. business personnel to potential foreign trade and investment opportunities. Provides medical, legal, familial, and traveling advice and assistance to U.S. citizens. Issues passports to Americans and visas to foreigners wishing to enter the United States. Offers notarial services and assistance on benefit programs to Americans and eligible foreigners. Determines eligibility of persons to be documented as U.S. citizens. Takes testimony abroad for use in U.S. Courts. May negotiate agreements between host and United States Government. May recommend how American policy can help improve foreign economic conditions. May coordinate American economic assistance programs. May serve in Washington, D.C. as counterpart to outstationed colleagues, relating foreign service administrative needs to Department of State or United States Information Agency. May disseminate information overseas about the United States and its policies by engaging in cultural and educational interaction through United States Information Agency. May be designated according to basic field of specialization as Administrative Officer (government ser.); Commercial Officer (government ser.); Consular Officer (government ser.); Cultural Affairs Officer (government ser.); Diplomatic Officer (government ser.); Economic Officer (government ser.). May be designated: Information Officer (government ser.); Political Officer (government ser.); Public Affairs Officer (government ser.).
GOE: 11.09.03 STRENGTH: S GED: R5 M4 L5 SVP: 8 DLU: 77
ONET CROSSWALK: 19005A Government Service Executives


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