At NSPA we are fully committed to conducting business with integrity, maintaining the highest standards of ethics. Therefore, we have adopted an Integrity and Ethics Policy, which strictly limits any gratuities, which may be given to NSPA personnel. Apart from symbolic gifts or tokens (e.g. pens, note pads, key rings, souvenir coins, etc.) which are received on an occasional basis, no NSPA member of Staff shall accept gifts in cash or kind, or favours of any sort, from any external source.

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The NATO Support and Procurement Agency, acts in the market to link industry capabilities and nations requirements to find the most cost-effective and efficient solutions, whether for national or collective defence.

NSPA's vision is to perform as NATO's premier life cycle management (including acquisition) and services provider, effectively and efficiently delivering integrated capabilities for NATO, its Nations and Partners including support to operations and exercises. As these capabilities are being mostly outsourced, strong and truly partnering relations with industry are vital.

Key principles of NSPA procurement:


Requirements from various customers are consolidated in order to invite bids for larger quantities and obtain better conditions.


International competitive bidding primarily amongst companies located in NATO countries and, in certain cases, also non-NATO countries.

Integrity, transparency and equal treatment

NSPA policy is based on the traditional principles of public procurement.

How to do business with NSPA

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