Restart of defense reform efforts in Georgia
The Center for Civil-Military Relations, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey California.
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The Defense Institution Building Warsaw Initiative Fund Management Team (DMT) lead a 5 person U.S. contingent to Tbilisi, Georgia from 10-13 December 2012 to engage with officials of the Georgia ministry of defense in three areas of defense reform. These three areas included civilian personnel management, acquisition and procurement, and defense resource management. The purpose of the meetings was to restart efforts to suppport and enhance defense reform in Georgia.
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