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Detailed Event Information For How to Break Into Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Detailed Event Information For How to Break Into Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
How to Break Into Foreign Military Sales (FMS) -- Aircraft/Aircraft Parts, Airport/Ground Support Eq., Composite Materials, Advanced Ceramics, Defense Industry Eq., Robotics, Security/Safety Eq.
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Location/Date: online, DC, United States 04/25/2013 - 04/25/2013
Event Summary:
Foreign Military Sales (FMS) represented over $50 billion in new sales opportunities for U.S. companies during fiscal year 2012. The FMS program allows approved foreign governments and international organizations to enter into contractual agreements with the US Department of Defense to provide defense articles, defense services and defense training. Learn how to tap FMS contracts by hearing directly from the US Department of Defense's Defense Security Cooperation Agency. You will also benefit from insights provided by the Canadian Embassy's lead defense procurement expert and by U.S. companies successful in winning FMS business for programs worldwide.

Danielle Blakely, Denver
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 303-844-3247