17th Random Brokerage Services Users’ Conference

11 December 2012


17th Random Brokerage Services Users’ Conference

The conference was held at the NATO Support Agency (NSPA), in Capellen, on 21/22 November 2012, with some 35 attendees representing 16 nations.

The Users' Conference provided a forum to learn more about the transformation of the Agency and to share thoughts on its likely future direction.
It was also an opportunity for nations to have side meetings with the NSPA staff dealing with their requirements.

The Random Brokerage Services (RBS) project is one of the oldest in the Agency and has been filling ad hoc requirements for NATO’s armed forces since 1963 and, in more recent years, for Partnership for Peace (PfP) nations. The project organizes the procurement of materiel and services to meet user nations' non-recurring, unplanned or urgent requirements ranging from nuts and bolts to complete turn-key projects.

Further information on NSPA Random Brokerage Services is provided in the RBS flyer.