cross-servicing

cross-servicing

A subset of common-user logistics in which a function isperformed by one Military Service in support of another MilitaryService and for which reimbursement is required from the Servicereceiving support. See also acquisition and cross-servicing agreement; common-user logistics; servicing.
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In his meeting with Minister Kishida, Minister Baird also discussed cooperation in areas such as disaster management and security, including the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA).
These goals specifically target our logistics processes, technologies and systems along with associated doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures; our people, through the cross-servicing of logisticians on operational staffs and by broadening access to logistics training & education; and lastly .
At the time, the two countries also agreed to conclude a bilateral acquisition and cross-servicing agreement for their armed forces, fashioning similar arrangements the United States routinely concludes with its allies.
The two countries are also close to forge the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement, which allows for cooperation in supplies of goods and services during troop deployment abroad such as UN peacekeeping operations.
The ACSA [acquisition cross-servicing agreements] Global Automated Tracking and Reporting System (AGATRS) allows the Joint Staff, combatant commands, and service component to improve visibility and management of ACSAs.
Acquisition and cross-servicing agreements (ACSAs) provide a partial solution: rather than bringing your food and fuel with you, pick it up wherever you are.
GAO has previously reviewed facets of Treasury's Financial Management Service's (FMS) cross-servicing efforts.
The Small Business Administration determined that Corio represented the best value to the government for this critical Federal Financials cross-servicing project," said Tom Dumaresq, chief financial officer at SBA.
Japan Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA) to expand cooperation to include the supply of fuel and necessary goods during crisis times.
Perry called the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement a ``small but significant step'' toward cooperation on issues of mutual security in Asia.
InPower Federal HR can be purchased through InPower's direct sales force or through DHHS which will provide cross-servicing for federal agencies.
In addition, Onodera and Hammond assured that Japan and Britain will perform to ink an acquisition and cross-servicing agreement that enable Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the British military to share supplies and transportation services.