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interagency

adjective Referring to links between two or more organisations in the UK.
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Air and Marine Operations in Florida and the Caribbean continues to leverage interagency partnerships to disrupt transnational organized crime and drug trafficking, said Martin Wade, Director of the Miami Air and Marine Branch.
It is during this period of recent history, and with the backdrop of these supporting directives and policies, that we can point to some rare but relevant success stories with joint interagency work, despite organizational and cultural obstacles.
The course is targeted to GS-12/13 and FS-03 employees who have worked in the federal government for fewer than 10 years and preferably have had some interagency experience.
Special Operations Command and the Biometrics Identity Management Agency, the Border Patrol helps demonstrate interagency coordination by combining the best efforts of all organizations in tackling issues that threaten national security.
This case study provides both an interesting portrait of 20th century US-USSR Cold War confrontation and the relevance of interagency cooperation in the 21st century.
In short, my role is to facilitate the relationship between our intra-agency and interagency partners and the DOD while working with multiple national, regional, state, local, and private-sector organizations to analyze emergency response and recovery preparedness and operations.
The objective of a recent publication was to provide a resource for wide dissemination that would improve communication and information sharing shortcomings in interagency training [7].
6) JP 3-30's inclusion of the JACCE in greater detail is to be commended, but the definition remains slanted towards conventional C2 structures rather than the expansive, complex, and unique interagency mission.
The President directs the establishment of an interagency Atrocities Prevention Board, and the primary purpose of the Board, as stated by Mr.
Four cases are discussed: (1) the Vietnam War, (2) joint interagency task forces (JIATF) for counternarcotics and rule-of-law development, (3) the US response to the 2004 Asian tsunami, and (4) Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
NIST's working capital fund carryover balance is largely driven by appropriations advanced from federal clients to support interagency agreements.
The group is charged with developing an interagency action plan to solve the problem of obesity among our Nation's children within a generation.

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