Chief of Protocol of the U.S. Law and Legal Definition
The Chief of Protocol is an officer in the U.S. Department of State. This officer is responsible for advising the President of the U.S., the vice president, and the secretary of state on matters of national and international diplomatic protocol. This officer holds the rank of Ambassador and Assistant Secretary of State. This officer assists the President on all official international travel.
Legal Definition list
- Chief of Protocol of the U.S.
- Chief of Mission
- Chief Judge
- Chief Human Capital Officers Council [CHCOC]
- Chief FOIA Officer [Federal Elections]
- Chief of Staff of the United States Army
- Chief Operating Officer [Aviation Law]
- Chief Personnel Officers
- Chief State Election Official [Federal Elections]
- Child (Immigration)