The university has about 300 active contracts with international institutions, handled by a type (or registered) by Exchange Programs – Partnerships team including: We also work with private institutions, such as NGOs, associations, foundations, academies or companies. These relationships are formalized in various legal instruments, such as cooperation agreements and MEMORANDUMs of understanding. International Cooperation Programmes (ICPs), sometimes referred to as International Armament Cooperation (IAC), include the establishment and implementation of partnerships for the acquisition of defence equipment with allied and friendly nations and international organizations. Defense Acquisition Workforce employees, who take ICPs into account in areas such as technology projects and acquisition programs, must consider a number of complex national and international contexts. While business is complex, the rewards are great. ICPs have the potential to significantly improve interoperability for coalition wars, use limited program resources, and retain the most advanced technology in global technology and the industrial base. Similarly, we encourage faculty members to invite scientists from international universities to participate in the visiting Scholar Program at Koa University, so that we can lay the groundwork for long-term, research-based partnerships. In a global context, no organization can act effectively on its own. It is necessary to cooperate with other competent institutions, capable of providing additional assistance or knowledge.
To this end, we have established close links with a large number of partners – international, non-governmental organizations and private institutions – who share our areas of interest. The DAU/DSMC International Faculty has also developed four JSTs specifically designed for program management offices (PMOs) and their integrated Product Team (IPT) support staff in identification, Evaluation, development, negotiation and implementation of ICPs and international ICH conventions: the first step in the creation of an international agreement (by a species processed by the exchange and partnership team) is to complete a proposal to negotiate an international agreement (proposal) containing the relevant details of the proposed agreement, including the parties, the scope of the proposed activities and the benefits to the university. (Note: co-tutel and double/joint-de-degree agreements have a different initiation process and do not use the proposal form). International conventions formalizing the university`s international partnerships are established through a process of consultation, negotiation and approval, in accordance with the university`s rules and procedures. The university uses standard models for all types of agreements listed below. Agreements that deviate from standard models must be verified by the Office of International Programs. Preparing and negotiating contract projects can be a long process. The International Partnerships Coordinator will be able to discuss an indicative timetable. Urgent agreements will be treated as a matter of priority.
The office of the university`s Vice President of Research and Development supports all research agreements (commercial, public and non-commercial) related to the management of research and intellectual property. A cooperation agreement is a written agreement that the FDA can enter into with one or more foreign governments or international partners, outlining the willingness and good intentions of the FDA and its counterparts to participate in cooperative activities. Cooperation agreements can have a variety of titles, including the “Memorandum of Understanding.” AT-L/International Cooperation and DAU Defense Systems Management College (DSMC) -International Faculty have established a separate International Agreement Neighborhood Watch Team Site to assist government DoD staff and contractors responsible for the development, negotiation and signing of doD ICP`s international agreements.