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Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 President's Budget: Justification for Security Cooperation Program and Activity Funding   [open pdf - 693KB]

From the Document: "The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2017 defines security cooperation as 'any program, activity (including an exercise), or interaction of the Department of Defense with the security establishment of a foreign country to achieve a purpose as follows: [1] To build and develop allied and friendly security capabilities for self-defense and multinational operations. [2] To provide the armed forces with access to the foreign country during peacetime or a contingency operation. [3] To build relationships that promote specific United States security interests.' [...] This budget exhibit displays the $7.9 billion requested by the Department for FY 2021 to conduct security cooperation programs and activities. All funding presented is in the Department's Title 10 funding request. It primarily focuses on the funding requested for programs and activities that will be executed under the authorities in Chapter 16 of Title 10, U.S. Code."

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2020-02-04
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U.S. Department of Defense, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller): https://comptroller.defense.gov/
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