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          but she could make recommendations to the COR and coordinate                
          projects with direct hire personnel.                                        
               3.   Office Space, Compensation, and Benefits                          
               Petitioner’s services under the personal service contracts             
          required a valid security clearance.  Petitioner was required to            
          maintain strict secrecy concerning any information or                       
          documentation she obtained in conjunction with work performed               
          under the contracts.  The contracts required classified materials           
          assigned to, or generated by, petitioner to be stored in                    
          appropriate containers in FBO, the State Department, or the                 
          appropriate U.S. Foreign Service Post.                                      
               The personal service contracts required the State Department           
          to provide to petitioner, to the extent practical, office space,            
          furniture, telephone, office equipment (including word                      
          processors, computers, typewriters, calculators, copying                    
          machines, etc.), and office supplies that would ordinarily be               
          used by Government employees doing similar work for the State               
          Department.  Pursuant to the contracts, petitioner was to work 5            
          days per week, Monday through Friday, 8 hours per day from 8:30             
          a.m. to 5:15 p.m., with a 45-minute lunch break, when she worked            
          at the office location.                                                     
               Petitioner performed approximately 40 percent of her                   
          services outside the United States.  Petitioner received                    

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