Peace Corps act amendments of 1970.

Hearing, Ninety-first Congress, second session, on S. 3430 and H.R. 16327... March 10, 1970. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations

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LC ClassificationsKF26 .F6 1970a
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April 7, [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.]. The first public law establishing Peace Corps in the US Code was The Peace Corps Act passed by the 87th Congress and signed into law on Septem Several public laws have modified the Peace Corps Act, including: Pub.L.

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) II. PROVISIONS OF THE BILL. It would authorize use of Foreign Service Act authority for appointment of the U.S.-based Peace Corps staff, thus creating a unified personal system for the foreign and domestic staff. S. (96th).

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(95th). A bill to authorize supplemental appropriations for fiscal yearand to authorize appropriations for fiscal yearfor the Peace Corps, and to make certain changes in the Peace Corps Act.

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A joint conference committee was formed to settle the differ-ences between the Senate- and House-passed bills, and on Decemthe Senate bill, incorporating major House amendments, was enacted as the Investment Company Amendments Act of ( Amendments) Passage of the Amendments was not heralded as an event.

The Peace Corps aims to provide technical assistance to people across the globe, familiarize Americans with the cultures of other countries, and make the non Americans understand American culture. 22 USCS § states that it is the U.S. policy and the purpose of the Peace Corps Act to promote world peace and friendship through a Peace Corps.

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Establishment of the Peace Corps. §2(c) of this Act made a number of "technical" corrections and revisions to Title IV, Part B of the Higher Education Act of §5(a) of this Act specified that those amendments were effective as if they had been included in Pub.

unless otherwise specified in §5(b). The President may enroll in the Peace Corps for service abroad qualified citizens and nationals of the United States (referred to in this chapter as “volunteers”).The terms and conditions of the enrollment, training (including training under section a of this title), compensation, hours of work, benefits, leave, termination, and all other terms and conditions of the service of.

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The Five Year Rule - statutory term limit from the Peace Corps Act of Most staff can only work here for five year term limits (some exceptions for up to three years more).

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