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.


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From inter- +‎ 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.

    Executive Order On Trails For America In The 21st Century

  • “I would hardly call interagency cooperation a matter of playing nice.”

    Terror At Dawn

  • So-called interagency agreements reduced the governor's office budget by more than $700,000 last year, about 19 percent. rss feed

  • 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. Latest Headlines

  • 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.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 2009 » July

  • Africom's "interagency" makeup was trumpeted as a better way to meet the continent's development needs.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This means a small military footprint and fewer bases and a fully coordinated "interagency" and international effort.

    In This Case, Rumsfeld Was Right

  • Instead, it reorganized all federal government climate research efforts in 2002 into an "interagency" creature known as the "Climate Change Science Program CCSP."

    Who Ate The Homework?

  • 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.

    Columbia's Last Flight

  • Partnerships provide some of the most effective examples of public information, such as interagency programs, external advisory boards, public-private consortiums, and joint funding.

    Testimony Before The U.S. Senate Labor And Human Resources Committee


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