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Most recent version of the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) - Defense Systems Management College (DSMC) International Monthly Activity Report (IMAR)
DAU recently established a first-ever FOUO/CUI document storage capability on the Intelink Inteldocs FOUO/CUI website. USG/DoD personnel and authorized DoD contractors with Common Access Cards (CACs) may access the new DSMC folder once they have registered as Intelink users.
Once you are a registered Intelink user, visit the DSMC FOUO/CUI Document Folder, https://go.intelink.gov/vxsM2tE, to obtain access to DSMC-International FOUO/CUI documents on International Acquisition & Exportability (IA&E) topics including Int'l Cooperative Programs, Defense Exportability, IA&E Planning & Analysis, and Foreign Military Sales.
ACQ 380 (International Acquisition Management) is DAU's Level III Int'l Acquisition Career Path (IACP) course. DoD acquisition workforce members receive a DAU Certification of Successful Completion of IACP Level III Training upon graduation from ACQ 380. ACQ 380 graduates to date have enjoyed this participative, practical exercise/case study-based course and rated it very highly.
Unfortunately, due to the impact of COVID-19 on all DAU resident courses, the August 17-21, 2020 offering will be cancelled.
Please visit www.DAU.edu to learn more about DAU's overall COVID-19 plans for resident courses or e-mail the DSMC-Int'l faculty at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding future ACQ 380 offerings.
Good morning, all. We are currently starting work under a Project Agreement - the program will involve the sharing of classified data between the two countries, and there is the need to develop both a Project Security Instruction and a Classification Guide.
If anyone has any examples of either of these documents which they could share, that would be greatly appreciated.
DSMC-International conducted an Int'l Acquisition & Exportability (IA&E) Lunch & Learn Webinar on August 7 from 1230 - 1400. This WebEx presentation and discussion focused on recent developments in the DoD IA&E area including: IA&E in the National Security & National Defense Strategies; White House Conventional Arms Transfer Policy implementation activities; White House – Congressional disagreements over U.S. arms exports to the Middle East; the impact of recent NDAAs on USG/DoD Foreign Military Sales (FMS) transactions; and recent DoD JCIDS policy changes on Building Exportability into DoD systems and equipment. A copy of this presentation is available on this Int'l Community of Practice website at URL https://www.dau.edu/cop/iam/DAU%20Sponsored%20Documents/DAU%20DSMC-I%20Lunch%20and%20Learn%20(pdf)%20-%208-9-19%20Final.pdf?Web=1
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