Last revised: March 17, 2003
Security Cooperation Reinvention is a series of activities designed to ensure that the Security Cooperation community is better poised to address the future interests and concerns of the U.S. Government, U.S. industry, and the FMS customer.
In late December 2000, DSCA Director, Lt Gen Tome H. Walters, Jr., established four integrated process teams (IPTs). Each IPT looked at a number of FMS process improvements in the following areas: Personnel and Training; Finance; Partnering; and Business Process Improvements [more] The IPTs reported directly to the Director DSCA for guidance and direction. Longer-term reinvention efforts will be developed as business process re-engineering initiatives. [more]
Security Cooperation Conference 2002
DSCA's Security Cooperation Conference 2002 is located here. Click here for the Agenda with links to key events during the conference.
Archive for Security Cooperation Conference 2001
Highlights from DSCA's Security Cooperation Conference 2001 are archived. Click here for the Agenda with links to key events and Foreign Military Sales reforms unveiled during the conference.
2. IPT Charter
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