AMIC Counter-Narcotics & Global Threats Division (PMT)

Overview:
The PMT division supports the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counter Narcotics & Global Threats (DASD (CN&GT)) and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) Building Partner Capability acquisition portfolios. The DASD (CN&GT) has charged Headquarters Air Combat Command, Acquisition Management and Integration Center (HQ ACC AMIC) to execute the CN&GT mission across all Combatant Commands and Military Services when contracted services, training, small-scale construction, or supplies and equipment are required. Through its Combatant Commands (CCMD), Military Departments, and Defense Agencies, the DASD (CN&GT) and DSCA, via the respective Security Cooperation Officers (SCO), provides unique military platforms, personnel, systems, and capabilities that support federal law enforcement agencies, foreign government, and foreign law enforcement forces involved in CN missions.  The portfolio’s programs and projects are required both within the Continental United States (CONUS) and outside the Continental United States (OCONUS), with the vast majority of work occurring at OCONUS.  OCONUS work may include dangerous areas, including theaters of operations, combat zones and partner nations.


Organization:
The PMT division is sub-divided into three functional branches:

Counter-Narcotics Branch A:
CN Branch A partners with CENTCOM, INDOPACOM, SOCOM and other mission partners to fulfill the DASD (CN&GT) strategy. They provide acquisition guidance and serve as the acquisition program managers to translate CCMD’s priorities into acquisition execution. Additionally, they program manage cross-combatant command acquisitions as well as provide portfolio ID/IQ management.


Counter-Narcotics Branch B:
CN Branch B partners with AFRICOM, EUCOM, NORTHCOM and SOUTHCOM to fulfill the DASD (CN&GT) strategy. They provide acquisition guidance and serve as the acquisition program managers to translate CCMD’s priorities into acquisition execution.


Building Partner Capability (BPC) Branch:
The BPC Branch provides acquisition solutions for DSCA to support partner nation equipping, training, and sustainment actions as written in 10 U.S.C. Chapter 16 Section 333.