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BUILDING NATIONAL RESILIENCE IN BULGARIA

Mar 18, 2024
In partnership with United States European Command (USEUCOM) and the Government of Bulgaria, ISG recently convened a workshop in Sofia to fortify Bulgaria's public-private partnerships (PPPs) in support of national resilience. The collaborative event – hosted by the NATO Crisis Management and Disaster Response (CMDR) Center of Excellence (COE) – gathered key stakeholders from Bulgarian national ministries and institutions as well as international partners to engage in strategic planning and Institutional Capacity Building (ICB).  
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MARITIME SECURITY RESIDENT COURSE

Posted: Jul 26, 2022

ISG recently completed a two-week “Fundamentals of Maritime Security” course with 26 international participants from 13 countries. 

In addition to presentations and exercises, highlights of the course included visits to USCG Station Monterey and tour of their 47-foot Motor Life Boats and their 87-foor Cutter HAWKSBILL as well as an all-day visit to San Francisco’s Japanese-American Historical Society’s Military Intelligence School, the Civil War-era Fort Point, and the USS Pampanito, a World War II submarine.

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ICB AT WORK IN SOMALIA

Posted: Jul 21, 2022

The Institute for Security Governance recently completed an Institutional Capacity Building (ICB) workshop in Somalia on Human Resource Management and Logistics to facilitate integration between the Danab Brigade, the Somalia National Army (SNA) personnel, and logistics headquarter staffs. These specific capacity building efforts support the Danab Brigade in performing its critical counter-terrorism role in Somalia – a key shared bilateral security goal as well as one of AFRICOM’s top priorities.

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ISG SUPPORTS 2023 DREE PLANNING EVENT

Posted: Jul 19, 2022

ISG supported U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) in the initial planning and design of the 2023 "Pacific Resilience" Disaster Exercise and Exchange (DREE) in Tumon, Guam. National delegates from Republic of Korea, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives attended the event, which was hosted at the Guam National Guard Headquarters. The Pacific Resilience multinational exercise series aims to increase unity of effort, interoperability, and disaster response capacity within the regional Indo-Pacific disaster management community of practice.

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ISG SUPPORTS KHAAN QUEST 2022 IN MONGOLIA

Posted: Jul 13, 2022

The Institute for Security Governance’s Peacekeeping and Exercises (PKX) Team recently returned from the Khaan Quest 2022 Command Post Exercise (CPX) in Mongolia. A long-term implementation partner with U.S. Army Pacific Peacekeeping Exercise in Mongolia, ISG has developed and executed the CPX for Khaan Quest for over 10 years. The ISG Team is solely responsible for the design, planning, and facilitation of the CPX using an ISG-developed peacekeeping scenario that is annually tailored to meet the guidelines agreed upon by the U.S. and Mongolian Armies each year.

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THE ISG HERON: JULY 2022 ISSUE

Posted: Jul 6, 2022

In this issue of The ISG Heron, the Institute shares the fruits of its first On-Site in Monterey since the start of the Pandemic, reflects on the DSCU President's successful visit, highlights ICB work around the world, gives a Standing Ovation to an outstanding Program Analysis Support Team Lead, spotlights a New Primer focused on ISG’s Work with Women, Peace, and Security , and many more newsworthy developments.

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PRIMER: WOMEN, PEACE, AND SECURITY PRIMER

Posted: Jun 22, 2022

ISG’s work with Partners and Allies is rooted in the imperative to enhance the effectiveness of their defense and security processes to meet shared security objectives. Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) is a policy framework that recognizes women must be critical actors and provide meaningful participation in major national security and defense priorities at home and abroad. Learn more about how ISG is working to integrate WPS into all facets of its work. Click here to view the Women, Peace, and Security Primer.