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1 1 MOVING TO FULL COMPLIANCE WITH NATO CODIFICATION STANDARDS FOR THE MILITARY PRODUCTS SUPPLIED ABROAD ROSOBORONEXPORT State Corporation NATIONAL CODIFICATION CENTRE FOR DEFENCE EXPORT PRODUCTS

2 2 Codification requirements in defence acquisition and supply procedures in Russian Federation Foreign customers of the Russian military equipment from more than 60 countries over the world ROSOBORONEXPORT + Total nomenclature ~ items MoD of Russia Ministry of the Interior EMERCOM of Russia … RUSSIAN FEDERAL CATALOGUING SYSTEM OF PRODUCTS Russian MoD procurements Russian military export supplies Other procurements for state needs C O D I F I C A T I O N R E Q U I R E M E N T S

3 3 Customers inside Russia ( MoD, Ministry of the Interior, …) Use of Russian specific rules and specifications for codification of Items of Supply: National list of approved items names Uniform Qualifier IoS (EKPS) Russian specific IoS description rules International rules for codification of Items of Supply (NATO Codification System) are applied: STANAG 3150, 3151, 4177 ACodP-1 ACodP-2, ACodP-3 Concept of codification process within the Russian Federal Cataloguing System Russian federal nomenclature number (FNN): FNN (equal to NSN) is a key to interlink parts of codification data within Russian FSCP Technical documents Foreign customers

4 Development of the national regulating basis for defence export/import products codification activities The order issued by the Russian Federal Service for Military Technical Cooperation of the Russian Federation, dated June 13, 2007, №40: “1. To authorize Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Rosoboronexport” as the directing agency for codification of export and import defence products supplied in military-technical cooperation. 2. State Corporation “Rosoboronexport” is hereunder to form in its structure a National Codification Centre for Defence Export Products…” Russian national standard GOST R “Cataloguing of defence export products” is adopted in It determines the rules and procedures of defence export products codification. Translation into English of GOST R is published at our web-site

5 5 Federal Cataloguing System of Russia NATO Codification System Codification of the military export products: on the way to the next level of participation in NCS National Codification Centre for Defence Export Products (Rosoboronexport) OrganizationTechnologyInformationsupport Rosoboronexport’s corporate regulations for the activity of the Centre Order of Federal authority for creation of the Centre (July, 2007) Russian State Standard GOST R “Cataloguing of export products” Standards

6 Structure of the National Codification Centre for of Defence Export Products Information Technologies (IT) Department NATIONAL CODIFICATION CENTRE FOR DEFENCE EXPORT PRODUCTS State Corporation “Rosoboronexport” Selling Departments Functional Departments Section 3: Integrated Logistic Support Section 2: Codification IoS Section 1: Supplies Database of Defence Export Products Maintaining Data Base of Defence Export Products; Preparing lists of items of supply to be codified; Fulfillment of codification works; Interaction with foreign NCBs, AC/135, NAMSA, TRICOD WG, PACS, AC/327; Generation and maintenance of Master Catalogue of Items of Supply for Defence Export Equipment, as well as its distribution to entities concerned; FUNCTIONS IT Divisions

7 Interaction with the Federal Cataloguing Centre: development of the Russian versions of NATO handbooks and classifiers; translation into Russian language and adaptation of ISO 8000 and ISO standards. Interaction with Cataloguing Centre of the Russian MoD: exchange of codification data related to the current codification projects of Rosoboronexport development of methodology for building-up consistent data structure of the Federal catalogue of items of supply as regards internal and external users. Cooperation with Russian federal bodies on codification

8 Codification with the use of MC Catalogue software tool (AURA s.r.o., Czech Republic) Internet MC Catalogue Server Internal MC Catalogue Server External Manufacturers Foreign customers Federal Cataloguing Centre Cataloguing Centre of Russian MoD System Administrator Main Supplies Database of Rosoboronexport National Codification Centre for Defence Export Products

9 Aircraft SU-30МКМIoS quantity: Reference method of identification Air Cushion Landing Craft project 12061E «Murena-E» IoS quantity: 2800 Anti-tank missile complex “Kornet” IoS quantity: Full descriptive method of identification Helicopter Mi-35МIoS quantity: 2500 Portable Air Defense Missile System «Igla-S» IoS quantity: 250 EXAMPLES OF CATALOGUING PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED BY ROSOBORONEXPORT

10 10 Training special courses on codification for the personnel of manufacturing and designing enterprises provided; training of the National Codification Centre for Defense Export Products staff on the use of MC Catalogue. special training of the personnel of industrial enterprises on the use of MC Catalogue codification tool (preparing raw codification data). Promoting international codification principles in Russian industry Seminars and conferences – Conference on integrated logistic support and codification export defense products was held in Moscow; – 10th Conference on codification was held in Korolev city near Moscow. Seminars and conferences – Conference on integrated logistic support and codification export defense products was held in Moscow; – 10th Conference on codification was held in Korolev city near Moscow.

11 11 Codification conferences are held on a regular basis in Russia organized by Federal Cataloguing Center with the participation of ROSOBORONEXPORT Codification conferences in Russia – communication and headway media Codification conferences have been held since 1999; Representatives of AC/135 and NAMSA have attended the conferences as guests (R. Maison, J.Clark, M.Pergolesi, D.Lampron, G.Vergnerie, G.Bond); Representatives of foreign NCBs have participated in the Russian conferences to share experience (UK, USA, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Republic of Korea); Hundreds of delegates represent Russian industry and governmental bodies in the conferences; As usual, during the conferences meetings are held between representatives of AC/135, NAMSA and NCBs and top managers of Rosoboronexport

12 12 Transition of Russia to Tier 2 – the point of discussion at the meeting between AC/135 and Rosoboronexport A meeting was held between AC/135 and Rosoboronexport on September 29, 2009 in Moscow within the frame of 10 th Codification conference Basic points of discussion: Codification activity of Rosoboronexport implementing NCS standards; possible procedures for Russia to achieve Tier 2 level of NCS (as regards military export products) Conclusion of the meeting Parties agreed to follow series of practical steps toward Tier 2 transition of Russia represented by National Codification Centre for Defence Export products of Rosoboronexport State Corporation

13 13 AC/135 Sponsorship Program: transition to TIER 2 Gilles Vergnerie (NAMSA) made presentation at the 10 th Codification conference regarding Tier 2 transition “… country which has an important industry and has to export materiel should find benefits in getting to the Tier 2 level” Important issues of the presentation Benefits of Tier 2 level of participation Tier 2 country – becomes a full member of NCS community Two ways data exchange Tier 2 administrative needs Tier 2 compliance tests procedure Responsibilities of Tier 2 country with respect to NMCRL data Chief of US NCB Steven Arnett presented information about NCS Modernization Working Group and ISO & ISO 8000 standards

14 14 A meeting was held between Slovak NCB and Rosoboronexport on September 29, 2009 in Moscow within the frame of 10 th Codification conference Results of the meeting: Agreement for cooperation in codification area was signed between the parties Basic points of discussion: Cooperation in codification data exchange with respect to Russian military equipment supplied to Slovak Republic; Conclusion of bilateral agreement on codification Cooperation in codification area between Rosoboronexport and Slovak Republic

15 15 Different countries – various implementation of national codification systems within consolidated NCS community Representatives of Slovak NCB gave descriptions of their national codification System at the conference NCB structure & organization Codification process, interaction with suppliers, NCBs, MoD Codification data: tools and maintenance procedures   Parameters of Slovak codification data in NMCRL 

16 16 Working up necessary actions for Russian Federation to carry out Tier 2 transition What is to be done for Tier 2 (within Russia) 1.List of actions and schedule (done) (in progress) 2.Package of documents: formal, technical (in progress) (in progress) 3.Financial program (in progress) (in progress) 4.Getting approval on different levels of governance (in progress) Organizations engaged in the process (from the Russian side) 1. Federal authorities Federal Service for Military Technical Cooperation Federal Agency for technical regulation Ministry for Foreign Affairs 2. Rosoboronexport State Corporation State Corporation Discussions during the 10 th Codification conference showed that harmonization of the Russian Federal Cataloguing System with NSC rules is essential and Tier 2 level for military export products is a pressing task

17 Development of special software providing data exchange between MC Catalogue and Corporate automated system of materiel supply support. Integration of codification data into supply support automated system Rosoboronexport Corporate automated system Codification management software (MC Catalogue) MC Catalogue Server Provisioning lists Codification data MCC User

18 Future plans for integration of National Codification Centre of Defence Export Products into NATO Codification System  Development of that part of the Russian Federal System of Cataloguing which response to NATO Codification system rules through the activities of the National Centre for Codification of Military Export Products in «Rosoboronexport».  Promoting descriptive method of items identification according to ACodP-1 rules as the basic technology for codification  Negotiations with AC/135 and NAMSA about acceptance of the military export codification, performed by Rosoboronexport, to the higher level of participation in the NCS.  Development of information infrastructure for codification data exchange through military products designers and manufacturers.  Providing Russian industry personnel training.

19 19 NATIONAL CODIFICATION CENTRE FOR DEFENCE EXPORT PRODUCTS 18/1, Ovchinnikovskaya nab., Moscow , Russian Federation Tel.: +7(495) Web: or ROSOBORONEXPORT State Corporation


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