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Defense News Feb 23, 2015
ABU DHABI — To compete with rival arms-producing nations, the Pentagon agency charged with shepherding US arms sales to foreign nations is overhauling its bureaucracy after years of scrambling to keep pace with demand, its chief said on Monday.
The Defense Security Cooperation Agency's (DSCA's) director, Vice Adm. Joseph Rixey, said buyers have many options outside the US from among the vendors arrayed at the massive IDEX show, where he spoke to a defense industry crowd.
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