The DISAM journal of international security assistance management.
The War on Terrorism Terrorist acts and the threat of Terrorism have occupied the various law enforcement agencies in the U.S. government for many years. The Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996, as amended by the usa patriot act is impacting the entire community, and Security Cooperation is playing a key role in the successes that we're achieving. Keep up the great work throughout the field!
This Journal's feature article is on the U.S. Coast Guard, an agency that has dramatically changed in its mission focus since September 11th. The U.S. Coast Guard deepwater programs are driving the organization future, involving industry along with our international partners in the effort. Another article follows, outlining the Coast Guard's CONUS international courses, numbering over 400 and including the International Maritime Officers School, along with the training teams that visit over fifty countries, impacting 2,500 students each year.
In an annual occurrence that's highlighted the last eighteen years of DISAM DISAM Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management
DISAM Direct Indexed Sequential Access Method Journal activity, we outline the fiscal year 2002 security assistance legislation, noting the changes within the various programs getting down to country-specific information as we have it.
Variety certainly characterizes this edition; articles extracted from reports and speeches provide a mix of perspective. Comments by Mr. Lincoln P. Bloomfield Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs, and Mr. Dirk J. Habig, the Defense Cooperation Attache for the Netherlands, highlight the spirit of international cooperation. Business processes also take a major portion of the stage. Lieutenant General Tome H. Walters Jr., Director of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), as part of the United States Department of Defense, provides financial and technical assistance, transfer of defense matériel, training and services to allies, and promotes military-to-military contacts. , outlines the use of Performance Based Costing and Budgeting to better document the successes of security cooperation. Other DSCA DSCA Defense Security Cooperation Agency
DSCA Defense Support of Civil Authorities
DSCA Differential Strain Curve Analysis
DSCA Deep Sound Channel Axis
DSCA Debt Service Coverage Account
DSCA Document Signer Certification Authority authors contribute to the cause with Reinvention Initiatives and the Integrated Process Teams that help set those initiatives in motion.
If logistics or acquisition is your cup of tea: Take a look at Tom Caudill's article (from AFSAC AFSAC Air Force Security Assistance Center
AFSAC Air Force Special Activities Center ) on "How an ILCO Goes To War" or note the impact of the NATO Codification System The NATO Codification System (or NCS) is a standard approach to identify, classify and number items of supply. This is applicable to items that are repetitively used and stocked (e.g., repair parts, equipment, food items, etc.). in item cataloging and stock numbering (John Zellers' article). The Defense Logistic Agency's (more formally DLIS') fielding of WebLINK international also puts rubber on the road. The value of offsets headlines Lieutenant Colonel William Jones 'contribution to the security cooperation, while pursuing a doctoral degree. Or the ins and outs ins and outs
1. The intricate details of a situation, decision, or process.
2. The windings of a road or path. of the Army Foreign Area Officer program by one of DISAM's own, Major Bob Holzhauer, may be more up your alley.
Training, as always, takes a central role in rounding out Journal coverage - note DIILS' earning their Joint Meritorious Unit Award The Joint Meritorious Unit Award is a military award that was established on June 4, 1981 by Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger and was implemented by Department of Defense Directive 1348.27 dated July 22, 1982. - good on ya! In addition to "getting the word out" on DISAM's On-Site and MET opportunities, we plug a couple of computer-based issues. First, NETSAFA NETSAFA Naval Education & Training Security Assistance Field Activity has done a terrific job in collaborating with the community to develop an IMSO website (being briefed now at the IMSO conferences). Secondly, DISAM has made available its first web-based course - a version of the CONUS Orientation (entitled SAM-OC) - already seeing great applicability to the variety of personnel in the field. If you're an IMSO, sign up now on that new website; and the SAM-OC answers anyone delay in attending a DISAM in-resident course, or provides refresher information if it has been a while since your DISAM experience!
I want to thank "the community "for the exuberant support of the Journal - we are getting a great inflow of articles. You may have noticed the thickness of the last two has increased, as has the variety of the information. You make or break the success of the publication by ensuring the information is both appropriate and timely!
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