The Pentagon, which noted that building partnership capacity elsewhere in the world remains important for sharing costs and responsibilities of global leadership, said it will have a global presence, which emphasizes the Asia-Pacific and Middle East, while still ensuring its ability to maintain defence commitments to Europe and strengthening alliance and partnerships across all regions.
What does BPC stand for?
BPC stands for Building Partnership Capacity
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- Military and Government
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We have 296 other meanings of BPC in our Acronym Attic
- Brasil para Cristo (Spanish: Brazil for Christ)
- Brentwood Presbyterian Church (Los Angeles, CA)
- Brewton-Parker College (Mt Vernon, GA)
- British Pharmaceutical Codex
- British Phosphate Commission
- British Potato Council
- British Poultry Council (formerly British Poultry Meat Federation)
- Broadening Participation in Computing (US NSF)
- Brown Printing Company
- Bruton Parish Church (Williamsburg, VA)
- Building Performance Centre (UK)
- Building Professionals Consortium (Canada)
- Bulk Pharmaceutical Chemical
- Bulk Power Control
- Bureau de Poste Civil (Canada Post)
- Bureau de Poste de Campagne (French: post office of the country; Belgian postmark)
- Business Plan Challenge (various organizations)
- Business Plan Competition (various schools)
- Business Planning and Consolidation
- Business Plus Corporation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Using the FMS infrastructure on behalf of DSCA, NAVSUP delivers defense articles to other countries for traditional FMS programs, and assists in building partnership capacity through programs such as CRSP, 1206 and SDAF.
Constitution; second is the National Response Plan; and last is the Building Partnership Capacity Roadmap of the 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR).
Building Partnership Capacity, led by Eric Edelman, under secretary of defense for Policy, and Navy Rear Adm.
13) American strategic guidance recognizes the importance of building partnership capacity as a way to overcome these current challenges and to meet American strategic objectives in a resource constrained context.
Many of these organizations frequently use the Knowledgebase and their users have provided feedback to expand the informational base from not just the formal Air Force Security Cooperation Community, but across all Air Force Building Partnership Capacity efforts.