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Inaugural workshop lays groundwork for international collaboration

Senior acquisition and quality assurance executives from seven countries and the International Armaments Cooperation group in Hungary attend the recent inaugural Senior Leaders Workshop in Budapest, Hungary. The workshop was hosted by Defense Contract Management Agency International with the support of the Hungarian Ministry of Defense Institute of Military Technology.



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This work, Inaugural workshop lays groundwork for international collaboration, by Jo Adail Stephenson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.19.2011

Date Posted:12.01.2011 09:27

Photo ID:493618

VIRIN:111019-O-#####-691

Resolution:2716x1815

Size:1.8 MB

Location:BUDAPEST, HUGlobe

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