ISG IDARM team completes Logistics and Life Cycle Management course in Brazil - Institute for Security Governance
ISG IDARM team conducts “Principles of Defense Acquisition Management” Resident Course
The Institute for Security Governance (ISG) International Defense Acquisition Resource Management (IDARM) team convened a two-week resident course entitled “Principles of Defense Acquisition Management” from 24 February – 6 March 2020. Hosted at ISG headquarters in Monterey, California, instructors worked alongside participants to explore both the theoretical and practical aspects of defense acquisition and logistics decision making.
ISG-IDARM’s approach to the subject matter is unique, focusing on international best practices in a multilateral, discussion-based course environment. Twenty-two military officers and government officials from Albania, Brazil, Gabon, Latvia, Lebanon, Oman, Poland, Serbia, South Korea, Rwanda, Tunisia, and Uganda were able to share their experiences in a wide range of defense acquisition management fields including finance, legal, logistics, contracting, and foreign military sales (FMS) case management....Read More
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ISG IDARM team completes Logistics and Life Cycle Management course in Brazil
The ISG International Defense Acquisition and Resource Management (IDARM) team has completed a two-week Logistics and Life Cycle Management course with our partners in Brazil. This course, with military and their civilian counterparts participating, is the fourth in a series that is supporting the Brazilian military in this area and designed to support the long-term development of its logistics and broad life-cycle management.
At the end of the course, ISG’s Dr. Keebom Kang was awarded the Brazilian Navy Medalha Merito Tamandaré recognizing his long-standing work and strong partnership with Brazil as a member of the ISG faculty and as a member of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty. Congratulations to Dr. Kang!
ISG appreciates this strong partnership with Brazil and looks forward to the next workshop.