from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Involving or representing two or more agencies, especially government agencies.
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- adj. Between or among agencies.
- n. intermediate agency
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Intermediate agency.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or acts of one acting as an interagent; intermediate agency.
(d) Developing a memorandum of understanding among the agencies to encourage long-term interagency coordination and cooperation to further the spirit and intent of the National Trails System Act and related programs.
“I would hardly call interagency cooperation a matter of playing nice.”
So-called interagency agreements reduced the governor's office budget by more than $700,000 last year, about 19 percent.
For a daily updated recording about the spring burning program, call the interagency prescribed fire information number at 618-2354 or 1-800-267-3126.
This kind of interagency fighting seems to outsiders like me to be frustratingly parochial — a mere battle among agency players for power, turf, jurisdiction, etc.
Africom's "interagency" makeup was trumpeted as a better way to meet the continent's development needs.
This means a small military footprint and fewer bases and a fully coordinated "interagency" and international effort.
Instead, it reorganized all federal government climate research efforts in 2002 into an "interagency" creature known as the "Climate Change Science Program CCSP."
Gregory filled him in on what little was known, and explained that part of NASA's contingency plan, instituted after the Challenger disaster of 1986, was the activation of a standing "interagency" investigation board.
Partnerships provide some of the most effective examples of public information, such as interagency programs, external advisory boards, public-private consortiums, and joint funding.