Technology & Trade
Project

Private Sector Security Partnerships

Generating the next generation of public-private partnerships
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Project Info

In a global economy, the private sector is uniquely positioned to help prevent the security and economic damage wrought by vulnerabilities in global value chains. The Private Sector Security Partnerships project has spent the better part of a decade building partnerships and analyzing national, regional, and global security and development challenges that are currently plaguing countries worldwide. Simultaneously, we have identified needs that the private sector can fill through innovative partnerships with governments and identified pilot projects that strike the right balance between long-term policy and public sector capacity building, with the need for private sector profit.

We work with the following private sectors and trade associations:
High technology; Infrastructure; Telecommunications;Insurance; Supply chain; Pharmaceutical; Energy; National Association of Manufacturers (NAM); National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA); National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC); U.S. Chamber of Commerce; U.S. Council for International Business (USCIB)

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