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The State Department has been Design Excellence Program, applied to more than building many of its new embassies outside old city three-dozen completed federal courthouses, has centers. The tracts of land required to meet facility promoted the use of architectural features consistent size and setback requirements are more expensive with security and the need to project an open pres- and hard to find in downtown urban areas. 21 The security required These new embassy locations are changing the for domestic federal courthouses is not nearly as operational practices of diplomats.
They are needed munications today is through the use of “fobs,” for moving within cities, particularly where embas- or electronic keys that allow remote access to the sies are far from the center of town, and are essential State Department’s unclassified network. Again, for supporting circuit-riding teams and other travel these devices vary in their utility, depending on beyond the capital. “In order for us to be out and doing our work, we need to have responsibility and we need tools and we need to be mobile.