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Procurement Arrangement #34—an example for real partnership

Myriam Jacobs

This week's ITER Organization-Domestic Agency meeting brought together management representatives from the ITER Organization and the seven Domestic Agencies at the Château de Cadarache. Foremost on the agenda was the signature of two Procurement Arrangements, which brings the total Procurement Arrangements signed by the ITER Organization to 34.

One of the two Procurement Arrangements was for the central solenoid magnet, which was signed by Director-General Kaname Ikeda and Ned Sauthoff, Project Chief for US ITER.



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