Defense Security Cooperation Agency
StraCon has teamed with Logistics Management Institute (LMI) to provide continued Program Management and Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation (AM&E) support of Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA). DSCA advances U.S. national security and foreign policy interests by building the capacity of foreign security forces to respond to shared challenges. DSCA leads the broader U.S. Security Cooperation Enterprise in its efforts to train, educate, advise, and equip foreign partners. The agency is responsible for planning, coordination, administration, and supervision of Department of Defense (DoD) programs for transfer of defense articles and services by sale or grant to foreign governments and international organizations. These programs include Building Partner Capacity programs under chapter 16 of title 10, United States Code, Foreign Military Sales in which defense articles and services are sold to eligible foreign countries and international organizations with Foreign Military Financing and host nation funding; and the International Military Education and Training Program, wherein training is provided by grant aid. StraCon is tasked to lend experienced expertise to high priority and high visibility programs to intensively assist the Government with management of these programs and assure responsiveness from requirement definition to delivery and case closure. Responsibilities include identifying requirements, submitting Congressional Notifications, tracking Letters of Requests and Memorandum of Requests, implementing Letters of Offer and Acceptance, and implementing actions to manage and execute assigned Building Partner Capacity program cases and activities that are funded under U.S. legislative authority.