Of course, we live in very complex and even dangerous times, as we saw again just today at our Embassy in Ankara, where we were attacked and lost one of our Foreign Service nationals and others injured.
What does FSN stand for?
FSN stands for Foreign Service National
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of FSN
We have 74 other meanings of FSN in our Acronym Attic
- Filter Smoke Number (engine test)
- Financial Safety Net
- Financial Sense Newshour (radio show)
- Fiscal Station Number
- Fondo Sanitario Nazionale (Italian: National Health Fund)
- Fonds National pour la Société Numérique (French: National Fund for the Digital Society)
- Fonds Spécial du Nigéria (French: Nigeria Trust Fund)
- Food Safety Network (University of Guelph)
- Food Service Network (Japan)
- Ford Supplier Network
- Forward Sequence Number (SS7 MTP Layer 2)
- Fox Sports Network
- Free Sites Network (domain registrar)
- Freedom Song Network (San Francisco, CA)
- French-Speaking Nation
- Frontul Salvarii Nationale (Romanian: National Rescue Front)
- Full Service Network
- Federal Superannuates National Association
- Florida School Nurses Association
- Florida School Nutrition Association, Inc. (formerly Florida School Food Service Association, Inc.)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition, I am pleased to note that FSI's recently announced new course, "FSN Leadership" (RP-401), will empower Foreign Service National employees to build and maintain productive relationships in their workplace.
We estimate State would also need substantially more staff--around 540 new Foreign Service officers at a cost of around $185 million to $201 million per year, and 1,350 local Foreign Service national staff at around $168 million to $190 million per year, as well as additional management and support positions for a total annual cost of $447 million to $486 million.
Most of our reports were drafted, under our guidance, by Foreign Service Nationals, long-serving local staff who were storehouses of institutional knowledge and contacts.
The competition encompassed 199 positions, including Foreign Service, Civil Service, Foreign Service Nationals, and contractors.
It has been an honor to lead these efforts and to work with the men and women of the Department, who no matter whether Foreign Service, Civil Service, or Foreign Service National, share an unwavering commitment to service.
Department of State, now 50,000 people strong (Civil Service, Foreign Service, and Foreign Service National employees hired locally abroad), has been the lead agency for conducting our country's international relations.
military members, foreign military members, members of foreign ministries of defense as well as foreign service nationals.