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Seeking Partnership with Counterproliferation Capacity-Building Trainings Experts(s)

 

Submission Deadline: October 11, 2021

Summary:

CRDF Global organizes a wide variety of programming centered around the following areas for several trainings to be held January 2021 – September 2023. 

  • Russian defense sector and associated advanced conventional weapon proliferation networks  
  • People’s Republic of China (PRC) defense sector and associated advanced conventional weapon proliferation networks 
  • Deceptive practices in defense procurement by sanctioned defense entities 
  • Operations of sanctioned private military and security companies 
  • Foreign technology acquisition practices by the People’s Republic of China 
  • Ballistic missile acquisition/development by the Islamic Republic of Iran and deceptive maritime operations to transport proliferation-sensitive technology 
  • Countering DPRK sanctions evasion practices related to illicit maritime shipping, proliferation finance, and trade in prohibited goods that help advance its ballistic missile and WMD programs 

As such, CRDF Global requires on-going, flexible, and lasting partnerships with experts in the field.

Scope & Tasks:

SME(s) will develop and deliver training or briefing materials for varied international audiences in government, the private sector, the research sector/academia, and/or civil society.  These should aim to build the capacity of these stakeholders to protect sensitive/dual-use technologies from acquisition and misuse; understand their respective roles in the proliferation of advanced conventional weapons; understand deceptive practices in defense procurement by sanction defense entities; understand the detrimental operations of sanctioned private military and security companies; understand foreign technology acquisition practices by the People’s Republic of China; understand ballistic missile acquisition/development by the Islamic Republic of Iran and deceptive maritime operations to transport proliferation-sensitive technology; and/or understand DPRK sanctions evasion practices related to illicit maritime shipping, proliferation finance, and trade in prohibited goods that help advance its ballistic missile and WMD programs.

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