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interagency

Syllabification: in·ter·a·gen·cy
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈājənsē
 
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Definition of interagency in English:

adjective

1Taking place between different agencies: yesterday’s interagency decision
More example sentences
  • She's also published articles and two book chapters, both on different aspects of inter-agency work.
  • The Government acknowledges that more needs to be done, particularly on inter-agency co-operation.
  • ‘The unit is a good example of inter-agency co-operation in the interest of those who have been traumatised by sexual violence,’ she said.
1.1Constituted from more than one agency: an interagency crisis-management team
More example sentences
  • Accordingly, an inter-agency Working Group was constituted with a member from each of the three organisations.
  • An inter-agency U.N. team found in one of these camps conditions of ‘imprisonment’ and a ‘systematic policy of starvation.’
  • The inter-agency coordination team comprises six charities which work closely with the National Asylum Seekers Support service.

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