International & National Relations
Bringing together countries, states, inter-governmental organizations (IGOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and multinational corporations to develop policies and solve multi-disciplinary issues such as globalization, ecological sustainability, nuclear proliferation, sanctions and trade regulations, global finance, terrorism, organized crime, and human rights involves robust, secure communications and efficient coordination. Government mandate for foreign affairs includes ensuring that foreign policy advances national interests, enhances international and national security, increases opportunity and expands market access at bilateral, regional and global levels—and this is dependent on effective collaboration with a range of partners both inside and outside of government.
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|Citizenship and Immigration||Projects that focus on improving citizen services—the deliver of immigration, settlement, citizenship and multicultural programs and services—typically involve thousands of employees working across departments, sub-departments and jurisdictions... more »||View details »|
|Culture, Media, Sport, Heritage||The development of policies and programs that promote cultural content and foster participation in civic life is dependent upon the combined efforts of numerous government departments, organizations and committees... more »||View details »|
|Diplomacy||The practice of communication and negotiation between representatives of states requires the access to technologies that enable greater collaboration, interaction, and dialogue with global levels of security... more »||View details »|
|Trade & Tourism||Over the past decade, international trade and tourism has steadily increased, placing burden on governments to balance opportunity and profitability with safety and security... more »||View details »|
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