The work requires the representation of the branch or division in regional, national or international consultations with other federal authorities, inter-service organizations, provincial governments, foreign governments, First Nations representatives, academic institutions and private sector organizations, in order to address contentious issues and negotiate the conditions for the implementation and implementation of accor ds multilateral or bilateral. Writing skills are required to distil complex research and policy issues into briefings, to research, promote and achieve possible consensus on positions between the Department and its partner organizations, or on strategic strategic issues and developments, to which the Department must respond in collaboration with other organizations. In each round of bargaining, the bargaining team must abandon certain proposals to reach a fair collective agreement. . . .