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Embassy Management: State Department and Other Agencies Should Further Explore Opportunities to Save Administrative Costs
Michael Courts (au)
The U.S. government employs more than 23,500 Americans overseas at more than 250 diplomatic and consular posts. These posts require a variety of support services, such as building maintenance and vehicle operations. Agencies may obtain these services, primarily from the Dept. of State (DoS), through the International Cooperative Admin. Support Services (ICASS), but participation in most services is voluntary. A 2004 report found that ICASS had not eliminated duplication of support services. This report assessed: (1) how changes in ICASS participation have affected the duplication and cost of support services; and (2) customer satisfaction with the quality of ICASS services. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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