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DAU ICP Summary Statement of Intent (SSOI) Learning Module – Part III, Section 3

Following up on my January 14, 2022 blog on DAU's new International Cooperative Program (ICP) SSOI Learning Module series, more good news! We published Part III, Section 3 on SSOI Development this…

DAU ICP Summary Statement of Intent (SSOI) Learning Module – Part III, Section 3

Frank Kenlon (Prof of Int'l Acq, DAU/DSMC-Int'l)
Following up on my January 14, 2022 blog on DAU's new International Cooperative Program (ICP) SSOI Learning Module series, more good news!

We published Part III, Section 3 on SSOI Development this week. Section 3 addresses SSOI paragraphs 7 through 14, which cover the following ICP international agreement areas:
  • Legal Authority
  • Technology Security and Disclosure & Use of Information
  • Contracting
  • DoD International Agreement Generator
  • Industrial Base Impact
  • Key ICP International Agreement POCs (Negotiator, Counsel, Foreign Disclosure)

The target audience for this ICP SSOI Learning Module includes DoD Acquisition and Security Cooperation “generalist” workforce personnel and support contractors who are unfamiliar with the OSD(A&S) ICP international agreement process and SSOI development requirements. The entire SSOI Learning Module Series – which has a viewing time of approximately 2 hours – can be accessed through the DAU International Acquisition Management Community of Practice (ICOP) (in Power Point format) and Media.DAU.edu (in MP4 video format).

DSMC-I has developed this SSOI Learning Module series at the request of the DoD Component International Program Organizations (IPOs) and the Office of SecDef/Acquisition & Sustainment/International Cooperation (A&S/IC). These organizations are responsible for oversight and management ICP international agreement activities throughout the Department. In addition to completing this SSOI Learning Module series, DoD acquisition and security cooperation workforce members interested in establishing new ICP international agreements with allied and friendly nations should consult their DoD Component IPO or A&S/IC to obtain additional guidance and assistance.

Until next time,
Prof K