NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA)
Agence OTAN de soutien et de'acquisition
May 1958, as NATO Maintenance Supply Service System (NMSSS). On resolution of E-XK1113 - North Atlantic Council (NAC), changed into NATO Maintenance and Supply Organization (NAMSO) -- Organisation OTAN d'entretien et d'approvisionnement -- NATO-Wartungs- und Versorgungsorganisation, Oct 1964. Definition, mission, status and organization indicated in the NAMSO Charter. Certification ISO 9001: 2008; 2015. Current title adopted, 1 Apr 2015.
Provide responsive, effective and cost-efficient acquisition, including armaments procurement, logistics, operational and systems support and services to the Allies, NATO Military Authorities and partner nations, individually and collectively, in time of peace, crisis and war, so as to maximize the ability and flexibility of their armed forces, contingents, and other relevant organizations, within the guidance provided by the North Atlantic Council, to execute their core missions.
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Executive body of NATO Support and Procurement Organisation (NSPO), of which all 28 C-XC3005 - NATO nations are members. Includes: Logistics Operations; Central Europe Pipeline System (CEPS) Programme; NATO Airlift Management (NAM) Programme.
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