interagency


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in·ter·a·gen·cy

 (ĭn′tər-ā′jən-sē)
adj.
Involving or representing two or more agencies, especially government agencies.

interagency

(ˌɪntərˈeɪdʒənsɪ)
adj
occurring between, or involving, two or more agencies
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Nevertheless, the interagency response found that the vessel was operating without effective cybersecurity measures in place, exposing critical vessel control systems to significant vulnerabilities.
The Pana Community Interagency Group is a newly formed group to give an opportunity to enjoy lunch, build camaraderie and to network.
'The board approved the resolution asking the interagency committee on EO 1016 to consider lifting the ban on the export of mature coconuts,' Pinol said in a news briefing after the PCA board meeting on November 8.
It is necessary to notice, Permanent Interagency Commission on Anti-money laundering and combating terrorism financing was established on October 4, 2013 by the Decision of Government of the Republic of Tajikistan, for coordination of actions and efforts of the Republic of Tajikistan in resolving important issues in the sphere of Anti-money laundering and combating terrorism financing.
military's opportunities to work more closely with its non-DOD (that is, interagency) partners have never been more relevant and timely.
Senior-level speakers from across the spectrum of agencies give short presentations on interagency collaboration and their lessons learned.
Archaeologists, anthropologists, and people who worked in the agencies trace the history of the River Basin Survey and Interagency Archaeological Salvage Program and their contributions to American archaeology.
The meeting also discussed global experience in solving issues of interagency statistics, reforms in statistical accounting, coverage of economic entities by statistical accounting, and several others.
Under the interagency agreement, EPA will receive assistance in its oversight role from the Corps, while actual construction of the barrier will be performed by a contractor hired by the site's potentially responsible parties (PRPs).
My time as an interagency fellow was spent working in the national headquarters of the U.S.
Police sought the interagency team's help because the trespassing suspect suffered a head injury during the tussle that initially appeared to be severe, McLaughlin said.
This excellent, albeit short, publication explains how a part-time interagency working group known as the Active Measures Working Group, established during the Reagan administration, effectively accomplished its mission.

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