Submission Deadline: October 11, 2021
CRDF Global organizes a wide variety of programming centered around the following areas for several trainings to be held January 2021 – September 2023.
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.