In some instances, NSPA uses services provided by military organizations within the NSPO member states. In particular cases, NSPA can use suppliers from a PfP nation.
Goods and services are, in principle, procured through an international competitive bidding process, in compliance with NSPO’s Procurement Regulations. Exceptionally, the bidding process may be conducted under the NATO Security Investment Programme (NSIP) Procedures for International Competitive Bidding or the Bi-Strategic Command (Bi-SC) Procurement Directive.
Firms interested in becoming a NSPA supplier should examine NSPA's list of Systems & Equipment supported to see whether they are in a position to provide appropriate goods and services. Prior to being invited to tender, companies must be registered in NSPA's Source File.
NSPA provides potential suppliers with advance information about business opportunities for which Requests for Proposal may be issued in the near future.
NSPA also publishes most of its Requests For Proposals openly to allow qualified firms to quote.
The eBid system is part of the Agency’s electronic business tools. It displays current Requests for Proposal and allows qualified firms to quote on-line in a secure environment.
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