Briefly, old news for some and new for others. For your reference is the Private Security Company Association Iraq. PSCAI is the in-country trade association (loosely) comparable to the International Peace Operations Association (IPOA) and the British Association of Private Security Companies (BAPSC).
The Private Security Company Association of Iraq “PSCAI” is a non-profit organization formed and maintained to discuss and address matters of mutual interest and concern to the industry conducting operations in Iraq.
The PSCAI seeks to work closely with the Iraqi Government and foster a relationship of trust and understanding.
The PSCAI has a Plenary Meeting every three weeks or when required inside the International Zone in Baghdad. These meetings are usually attended by representatives from 30 PSCs operating in Iraq, Iraqi Ministry of Interior (MOI), US Embassy Regional Security Office (RSO), Joint Area Support Group Central (JASG-C) Security Directorate, Multi-National Division-Baghdad (MND-B), Reconstruction Operations Center (ROC) Directorate, USAF International Zone Police, Project & Contracting Office (PCO) Logistics, Logistics Movement Control Center (LMCC), and the Joint Contracting Command Iraq (JCCI).
Presently over 30 PSC members... Should be interesting to see how their roster changes as the US commitment changes.