"A memo will be sent to the different districts to designate a liaison officer
to process the papers here at the central office.
The first level of competition relates directly to the core function of the foreign liaison officer
and the existence of parallel transnational attache networks operated by large federal law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and DEA.
In fulfilling this role, the Industrial Liaison Officer
More than 10,000 properties in West Yorkshire have now been given Secured By Design (SBD) status by West Yorkshire Police after being designed and built with the help of the force's architectural liaison officers
"Nothing much has changed after 30 years in the weighing room, so who would be better to take over as liaison officer
"The taxi and private hire trade are fully supportive of every penny we spend on the taxi liaison officer
FACE TO FACE: John Caton, a Customer Liaison Officer
for ScottishPower in Liverpool at a customer's house
McNair, the assistant product manager for DVE and a liaison officer
to the multi-national corps in Iraq during OIF 2 says, "Our [DVE] product team conducts after-action reviews with units and crews as often as possible.
The agreement stipulates the First Nation will receive funding to hire a director of lands and resources and a project liaison officer
, and also outlines the development of a training centre for the community for jobs created by the Victor Diamond Mine project.
If the liaison officer
idea is adopted, each service would have an assigned slot in each states' joint headquarters.
Tim Lockett, a Kansas EPLO and the first Air Force liaison officer
sent to Lufkin to support the defense element of the FEMA operation.
Juan Riviere y Marti was appointed on December 9 to the newly-created function of Consumer Liaison Officer
within the Commission's Competition Directorate-General.