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Office of Congressional and Public Affairs (PM/CPA)

Date: 05/21/1999 Description: The dome of the U.S. Capitol is seen Friday May 21, 1999, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The dome's image has been seen in many circumstances since it was topped off with the 19 1/2-foot statue of Armed Freedom in the Civil War.   © AP Photo/Dennis Cook The Office of Congressional and Public Affairs manages the PM Bureau's legislative engagement, public affairs, and public diplomacy activities. Learn more»

Office of International Security Operations (PM/ISO)

Date: 2011 Description: U.S. Navy SEALS conduct an exercise in boarding a ship at sea aboard the USS Oscar Austin.  © AP Image The Office of International Security Operations (ISO) is the primary interface between the Departments of State (DOS) and Defense (DoD) on operational matters. Learn more»

Office of Plans and Initiatives (PM/PI)

Date: 01/27/2008 Description: Keeping the Peace: United Nations peacekeeping police officer Adeniram Adejoice, from Nigeria, holds the babies handed to hear by two refugee women, while on patrol in the Abou Shouk refugee camp in North Darfur, Sudan. © AP Image
The Office of Plans and Initiatives supports the PM Assistant Secretary across a range of global political-military policy issues, programs, and planning activities, including efforts to address counter-piracy and training and equipping international peacekeepers. Learn more»

Office of Security Negotiations and Agreements (PM/SNA)

Date: 11/12/2010 Description: Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs Andrew J. Shapiro and Kazakhstan's Ambassador to the United States Erlan Idrissov signed the U.S. Kazakhstan Air Transit Agreement November 12, 2010.  - State Dept Image The mission of the Office of Security Negotiations and Agreements (PM/SNA) is to facilitate the deployment of U.S. military forces throughout the world by coordinating, negotiating and concluding military-political agreements to meet the nation's security requirements. Learn more»

Office of the Director of the Foreign Policy Advisor Program (PM/POLAD)

Date: 2011 Description: Major General Michael Oates of the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division and Foreign Policy Advisor (POLAD) Joanne Cummings.  - State Dept Image For a half-century, Foreign Policy Advisors (POLADs) have been on the frontline of interagency communications and collaboration between the Department of State and the Department of Defense. Learn more»
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