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Building Partner Capacity: Key Practices to Effectively Manage Department of Defense Efforts to Promote Security Cooperation: Congressional Testimony
Building Partner Capacity: Key Practices to Effectively Manage Department of Defense Efforts to Promote Security Cooperation: Congressional Testimony
 
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By Janet A. St. Laurent (au)
Year: 2013
Pages: 24
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-4417-1

Product Code: 1457844176

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Statement of Janet A. St. Laurent, Mng. Dir., Defense Capabilities and Mngt., GAO. The Dept. of Defense (DOD) has increasingly focused on security cooperation activities designed to build the defense capacity of foreign partners and allies, furthering the U.S. objective of securing international peace and cooperation. Both the 2011 Nat. Military Strategy of the USA and the 2011 Nat. Strategy for Counterterrorism identify building partner capacity as a worldwide priority. As DOD continues to emphasize building partner capacity, the need for efficient and effective coordination with foreign partners and within the U.S. government has become more important, in part due to fiscal challenges, which can be exacerbated by overlapping or ineffective efforts. This testimony highlights opportunities to strengthen DODs management of its building partner capacity efforts by focusing on three key practices: (1) setting clear goals and defining terminology, (2) coordinating activities and sharing information, and (3) sustaining efforts and evaluating progress. This is a print on demand report.

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