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What does SAP stand for?

SAP stands for Security Assistance Program

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The implementation of the US security assistance programs faces a number of logistical constraints that are largely outside of US control, and these security assistance programs outpace efforts to develop the limited capacity of the PA police and justice sector," the report, which was recently released to the public, read Publishing Rights Reserved to Bahrain News Agency 2003 - 2009 Provided by Syndigate.
Categories: April 15, 2010, Counterterrorism, DOD Foreign Military Financing Program, DOD Section 1206 Security Assistance Program, DOD Section 1207 Security Assistance Program, Federal aid to foreign countries, Foreign aid programs, Foreign governments, Foreign military assistance, Foreign military training, Global Peace Operations Initiative, International Military Education and Training Program, International relations, Military forces, Military operations, Military training, Monitoring, Performance measures, Program evaluation, Stability operations, Strategic planning, Terrorism
Government agencies, DOD components, commercial vendors, and foreign government representatives--this included providing assistance and guidance to these customers on the financial execution of the FMS program: * Providing DOD-wide FMS forecasting, delivery reporting, trust fund management, foreign country case management, billing, collecting, and DOD component appropriation reimbursement * Maintaining a centralized, automated FMS financial data system * Centralizing other Security Assistance programs to include International Military Education and Training (IMET), Foreign Military Financing (FMF), and Special Defense Acquisition Funding The Defense Integrated Financial System (DIFS) was created and fazed into use between 1978 and 1980.
A Defense Department official said Monday that daily command activities will include conferences, officer visits and the implementation of security assistance programs, which will be administered by the new command but ultimately headed by the State Department.