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interagency

adjective Referring to links between two or more organisations in the UK.
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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 the time that you worked with an interagency partner during deployments or training, did you find yourself curious about your interagency partner's work?
* USNORTHCOM: A Joint Interagency Coordinating Group (JIACG) that integrates and synchronizes the activities of numerous civilian, State, Federal, and private sector organizations.
These architectures are developed in order to provide a template for the replication of successful interagency coordination for the JICTC based upon the successful interagency efforts of Joint Interagency Task Force-South (JIATF-South) and the Special Operations Forces (SOF) high-value target teams.
Transnational organized crime and illicit trafficking in US Southern Command's (USSOUTHCOM) area of responsibility represents one such interagency issue.
The United States intends developing a specific "comprehensive policy framework" and "interagency mechanism" to undertake the prevention and response to all varieties of conflicts in overseas territories.
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.
National Security Council (NSC) developed the interagency Countering Piracy off the Horn of Africa: Partnership and Action Plan in December 2008 to prevent, disrupt, and prosecute piracy in collaboration with international and industry partners.
Warnick, who was honored for his long service history, was credited for advocating the Science.gov initiative, which was CENDI's flagship interagency project.

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