IDARM Course Participants Learn the Ins & Outs of Defense Acquisition Negotiations
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As the defense contracting environment becomes more complex, contract negotiators must have the appropriate knowledge and skills to effectively conduct negotiations. To provide partner nation students with an understanding of defense acquisition negotiations, the International Defense Acquisition Resource Management (IDARM) Program of the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR), conducted an eight-day course entitled “International Defense Acquisition Negotiations” from 13-22 November 2017
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