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Report
NATO Support Agency (NSPA)
“We are (Smart) Support … one year on”
PREPARED FOR
ZBOP Workshop
“Topical Issues of the Slovak Security and Defence Industry”
Teplice, 16 October 2013
www.nspa.nato.int
NSPA Mission
Provide responsive, effective and cost-efficient …
… 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.
Reference: NSPO Charter June 2012
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NATO Support Vision
NATO's premier logistics and services provider team
with an integrated network of logistics capabilities
for NATO, and its Nations and partners.
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Business Units
1224 Staff from 21 NATO Nations
Located in 13 Countries
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Main Geographical Locations
Central Europe Pipeline System
(CEPS)
NATO Support Agency (NSPA)
Headquarters
Logistics Operations
ISAF Offices
LUX
HUN
FRA
ITA
Southern Operational
Centre (SOC)
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Business Unit
Logistics Operations (LogOps)
• Cooperative logistics services provider
• Capability areas
 Weapon System Support
 Support to Operations
 Transportation
 Fuel Operations
 Project Management (PfP Trust Fund)
• Support Partnerships, Projects, Sales Agreements
and other legal frameworks
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Business Unit
Central Europe Pipeline System (CEPS)
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Integrated, cross-border pipeline and storage system
Transport diesel, gasoline, domestic fuel and naphtha
Largest pipeline system in NATO: ~5.600 km
Military/Commercial business model
Aviation fuel banking system (JET A-1), storage,
Product Quality Control
• Non-military co-use with Military Priority Clause
• Smart CEPS: rightsizing system
• 6 Nations:
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Business Unit
NATO Airlift Management (NAM)
• Support to Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC)
• Support of three C-17s
• operated by the Heavy Airlift Wing (HAW)
• Nations use hours for national, NATO, EU and
UN commitment
• pre-agreed allocation of flying hours
• 12 Nations:
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NSPA Regulations
Tailored to international cooperation
• NSPO Charter
• NSPA Procurement Regulations n°4200
When required:
• Bi SC 60/70 (BC)
• AC/4-D2261 IC
• AC/4-D0009 IC in support of AOM
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NSPA Procurement Policy
QUALITY
OBJECTIVES
TIMEFRAME
PRICE
CONSOLIDATION
PRINCIPLES
INDUSTRIAL BENEFITS
REDISTRIBUTION
COMPETITION
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NSPA
Procurement Policy
TWO PRINCIPLE FORMS OF CONTRACTING
Supply Contracts: spare parts
Service Contracts: MRO, engineering, demilitarization, etc.
• International Competitive Bidding (ICB)
Normal procedure
• Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
In some cases
• Single Source
Under certain conditions :
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- urgency
- options
- low value
- security
- commonality of Equipment
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Procurement policy
Industry relations in 2012
• Activities monitored by International
Board of Auditors
• More than 24.000 contractual
instruments
• Total contracted value MEUR
2,104.6 Supply 670.8, Services
1,341.3, Foreign Military Sales
(FMS) 92.5
• Workforce 1,197 people of whom
128 work directly in Procurement
• Relations with industry : 10,000
firms throughout NATO
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NSPA LOG OPS –
Tendering rules
• To participate firms must be
registered in the NSPA supplier
data base
• Selection from NSPA suppliers’
data base
• Solicitation of at least 3 sources for
requirements below EUR 76.800
• Obligation to consult all the capable
suppliers for requirements above
EUR 76.800
• Request for Proposals (RFPs)
constitutes basis for binding
contract
• Fixed price preference
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e-Procurement Homepage
Two main functions:
• Serve as an info hub ([email protected])
Procurement rules, contract provisions, forms, practical
information to suppliers, awarded contract, etc
• Single point of entry to e-Procurement applications
([email protected])
Objective : to facilitate the communication and integration
of business processes with our suppliers
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POCs
 NSPA Procurement
Director of Procurement:
Mr Patrick FESQUET
E-mail: [email protected]
tel: +352/3063 6565
Competition Advocate
Mr Robbert SMIT
E-mail: [email protected]
tel: +352/3063 6569
Source File
Mr Guy LANGENBACH
E-mail: [email protected]
tel: +352/3063 6840
Embassy of the Slovak Republic
Valeria Zolcerova, Counsellor
Commercial and Economic Section
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Av. Molière 195,
E-mail: [email protected]
B- 1050 Brussels
tel: +32/2 346 42 61
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Thank you for your attention!
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