Building Integrity Conference Proceedings
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Welcome to the Proceedings of the third biennial NATO Building Integrity (BI) Conference. The conference took place 25–28 February 2013 and attracted nearly 200 civilian and military officials from over 39 nations including academicians, practitioners, and subject matter experts, as well as representatives from nearly a dozen international organisations. This distinguished group met in Monterey, California, home of NATO’s North American Partnership Training and Education Center—the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). The biennial conference is part of NATO’s Building Integrity (BI) Programme launched in 2007, endorsed by NATO Heads of State at the Lisbon Summit in 2010, and again at the NATO Summit held in Chicago in 2012. The U.S. supports the BI Programme through a biennial conference organized by the Defense Resources Management Institute (DRMI), jointly sponsored by OSD-Policy and NATO. The primary focus of the BI Programme is to minimize corruption risks and strengthen individual and collective security by encouraging countries to build integrity, increase transparency, and improve accountability in the defence sector.
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