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NAMSA Presented to: IDEF 2005 27-30 September 2005 Presented by: Marie-Claire GOLLER Manager, Public Relations Tel. +352-3063-6557 Fax +352-3063-6652 Email:

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1 NAMSA Presented to: IDEF September 2005 Presented by: Marie-Claire GOLLER Manager, Public Relations Tel Fax

2 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 2 NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency NAMSA HQ Capellen, G.D. of Luxembourg

3 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 3 Overview  Background, Organization, Finance, Procurement  Logistics Operations: - Conventional Logistics Support to NATO and PfP nations - Support to Theatre Operations Balkans, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq - NATO Projects, Capability Packages - Strategic Air and Sea Lift - Demilitarization through Partnership for Peace Trust Fund  Future Focus

4 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 4 North Atlantic Council Chartered NAMSO  Carry out logistics support functions which can be performed in common more effectively than by individual countries  Maximise effectiveness of logistics support to NATO military forces at minimum cost

5 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 5 North Atlantic Council NAMSO Board of Directors NAMSA NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency Capellen, Luxembourg Rueil-Malmaison (Paris), France Taranto, Italy LocationOrganization Chartered in States 950+ International Staff

6 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 6 General Manager HAWK Log. Mgt. Office Support Staff Planning & Development Organisation Director Resources Southern Op. Center Director Logistics Director Finance Director Procurement Divisions Programme Offices Division

7 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 7 What is NAMSA ? NAMSA IS:  A NATO Agency at the service of member states  A logistics services provider  A no profit, no loss organization  Funded by participating states  Controlled by a Board of Directors  Accounts audited by an International Board of Auditors for NATO  An extension of the Armed Forces

8 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 8 NAMSA is not !  NAMSA is NOT a contractor - it is a contracting agency  NAMSA is NOT a profit-making organisation- it is ruled by the no profit, no loss principle.  NAMSA is NOT a distributor of technical data - data provided to NAMSA by industry or nations, is safeguarded and treated confidentially  NAMSA is NOT a competitor of national procurement and logistics organizations – it complements or acts as an extension of those organizations.

9 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 9 NAMSA’s Principles  Consolidation of logistics requirements  Centralisation of logistics activities and resources  International competition amongst suppliers  Each project funded by participating states  Flexibility  Strict Quality Control Economies of Scale No Profit, No Loss Meet Customers’ Needs

10 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 10 Financial Evolution

11 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 11 Operational Turnover Breakdown Values for 2004 MEUR 572

12 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 12 Contributions to Administrative Budgets 25% 15% 11% 9% MEUR 82 Values for %

13 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 13 Customers and Suppliers (top 10) (%)Contracts placed via NAMSA Contracts let in Nations DEU USA ITA GBR FRA TUR GRC ESP NLD CAN Values for 2004

14 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 14 Customers and Suppliers (%)Contracts placed via NAMSA Contracts let in Nations DEU USA ITA GBR FRA TUR GRC ESP NLD CAN NOR BEL DNK PRT POL LUX HUN0.1 CZE Others Values for 2004

15 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 15 NAMSA Staff per Nationality Approved establishment on 1 January 2005 All Staff Categories (955) A-Grade Category Staff (285) 21% 20% 16% 10% 19% 11% 10% 9%

16 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 16 Activities  Conventional Logistics Support  NATO  Nations  Organizations, i.e. OCCAR, NAHEMA, NAPMA etc…  Partnership for Peace (PfP) States  Support to Theatre Operations: Balkans, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq  Support to NATO Initiatives  Key NATO Projects  Strategic Air and Sea Lift  Demilitarization

17 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 17 Support Structures for Logistics Services  Support for NATO Common-Funded Projects ( MBC )  Weapon System/Equipment/Item Support  Weapon System Partnership (WSP)  Support Conference (SC)  Other arrangements: Service Level Agreement (SLA) Sales Agreement (SA)  Item-based Support  NATO Logistics Stock Exchange (NLSE)  Random Brokerage & Expedited Repair

18 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 18  At least two NAMSO member states & PfP* associate states (PfP) may participate  Formal Agreement (what) and Programme Directive (how)  Drafted by the Agency, endorsed by the WSPC/SC Member States and approved by the BOD  Organized to manage logistics support through NAMSO  Legal authority through the NAMSO Charter *A PfP nation may participate in a WSP as an Associate State; iaw Functional Directive 090 Weapon System Partnership

19 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 19  Representatives from each WSP Member State  One vote for each Member State  Decides on NAMSA services to be provided  Meets at least once a year  Approves operational budget  Approves administrative budget  Approves organization and establishment (O&E) Practical Aspects (WSPC)

20 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 20  Group of national experts  Functions as an advisory body under NAMSO Logistics Committee  Settles practical matters on logistics support through: - Arrangements - Implementing Instructions - Directives Support Conference

21 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 21  Advise WSPC on specific issues Examples: - Technical Committees - Configuration Control Boards - Item Selection Working Groups - Maintenance Officers Meetings - Finance Committees Practical Aspects (Sub-Committees)

22 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 22 The Weapon System Partnership has :  Legal status defined in the NAMSO Charter  Decision making authority  More administrative requirements The Support Conference has :  No legal status (advisory body)  Limited decision making authority  Less administrative requirements Weapon System Partnership versus Support Conference

23 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 23 System/Equipment Support 3 Common-Funded Programmes 22 Weapon System Partnerships Total Value of Services: MEUR 625 (2004) Mission: In-service Logistics Support

24 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 24 NATO MBC & SHAPE funded  NATO AWACS  Communications  Air Defence Support Conferences  RAT-31  SSSB DHDS  Port Services  AN/FPS-117  CRC SAM Interface  RSRP Weapon System Partnerships  Nike, Hawk, Patriot, Stinger, AMRAAM, HARM, Maverick, MLRS, Land Combat Missiles  C-130, P-3, Helicopters  M-60, M-113  CL-289 Drone  MPRE/WARDAM II  MK-46 Torpedo  Ammunition  SSSB DPDS  Ground-Based Defence Other arrangements  COBRA radar  NH90 helicopter  Tiger helicopter  COMMIT Partnership  SALIS Partnership  PfP Trust Fund Random Brokerage  Individual Requirements Flexible organisation to meet Customers’ needs System/Equipment/Item Support

25 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 25 eLogistics Third Party Logistics Support Services Data Base On-Line Outline Agreements On-Line Requests for Proposals Virtual Stock Management Excess Asset Exchange NAMSO UsersIndustry COMMIT

26 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 26  Turn-Key Laundry systems  Raw materials (natural rubber, purified lead, steel sheets, polypropylene copolymer, foundry bricks, etc.)  Vehicle spares  HF/UHF radios  Aircraft spares Night Sights, Telescopes Spare Parts/Expedited Repair for NATO Nations and PfP Nations Sales Agreement with NAMSO Examples:  Anti-Aircraft Twin Gun spares  Support Equipment  Medical Equipment  Satellite/Cellular Telephones  Computers and accessories  Parachutes and associated equipment Random Brokerage - ad hoc procurement

27 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 27 Advantages of using NAMSA  Tailor-made logistic support  Consolidation = economies of scale  Customer control on budgets and activities  Flexibility in matching new customers’ requirements  Multinational staff expertise  Functional Directives agreed by NAMSO  Simple procurement regulations  Single point of contact for customers and suppliers  Possibility of reducing nations’ logistic footprint

28 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 28 Contracts placed by Turkey Nation-funded projects (WSPs, Support Conferences, Sales Agreements, etc.) Others: Land Combat Missiles, MLRS, Stinger, Maverick, Port Services, AN/FPS-117, SSSB DHDS, Ammunition, MPRE/WARDAM II, PfP Trust Fund Common-funded projects

29 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 29  Troop Support  Infrastructure Support  Transportation  Technical Support  Engaged since 1995  Over 5,400 Contracts  More than $300 million Balkans Troop & Infrastructure Support Italy/SOC Deployable Support Equipment Storage Site KuwaitITAS/TOW AfghanistanITAS/TOWMJLC Support to Theatre Operations

30 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 30 Support to Theatre Operations

31 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 31  Bilateral support to nations (Sales Agreement)  Camp construction; equipment acquisition  Contracting personnel JFC Brunssum & Pristina  Program management of civil works projects for NATO operations  Logistics sustainment support  Supply/Services contract management  Engineering Services  Management of NATO owned material  NATO Response Force (DJTF, CJTF, national requirements) Support to Theatre Operations

32 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 32 Balkans, Afghanistan, Iraq  NAMSA to manage engineering services, contracts for theatre operations as required to provide:  Feasibility studies  Technical evaluations  Advisory assistance Support to Theatre Operations

33 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 33 Albanian Army Base Facilities Improvements Bi-lateral Sales Agreement with Italy - € 900 K Autumn 2004 January 2005 Pristina Airport (€ 4 M - NSIP) To accommodate: Two C-130s One C-17 Expansion of taxiways and aprons Support to Theatre Operations - Balkans

34 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 34  US Army: –DX stock support (TOW) –Night-vision device repair  GE and NL Armies: –Technical support (TOW)  Spanish, Austrian and Croatian Forces: –Strategic airlift (contract support)  Italian Forces: –Purchase and transport of prefabricated building complex  NATO: –Property Accounting Management with NDSS * at Kabul International Airport (*) NDSS = NATO Depot & Support System Support to Theatre Operations - Afghanistan

35 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 35 NSIP Projects  NATO Training Mission–Iraq (NTM-I)  KAIA North Airport of Debarkation (APOD)  KAIA Relocation  ISAF Engineering Services  HERAT BAGRAM  MAZAR-E-SHERIF  KANDAHAR  FYROM Roads

36 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 36  NATO Training Mission at Ar Rustamiyah (€ 14.1M - NSIP)  Restoration of existing facilities  Provide force protection measures and living accommodations NTM-I NATO Training Mission Ar Rustamiyah

37 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 37  KAIA supply/property accounting (JFC-LSA)  KAIA support services contract (MBC - € 4.6 M)  Herat airport improvement (NSIP - € 6.7 M)  KAIA APOD relocation (NSIP - € 30 M) Thermez Support to Theatre Operations - Afghanistan

38 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 38 HERAT Forward Support Base - FSB Scope:  Airfield operating surfaces: Aprons, taxiways, helipads, airport lighting, markings, floodlights, security  Passenger terminal and cargo handling facilities  Bulk fuel installation, with separate offloading facility, force protection, roads and surfacing Status:  Contract signed with ES-KO (UK) Ltd (€ 7.82 M)  De-mining completed  Construction on-going  IC approval for additional scope: August 2005

39 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 39 BAGRAM Scope:  De-mining  Construction of 6 fixed-wing CAS aircraft plus 2 QRA aircraft parking surfaces taxiways, area lighting and revetments  Value: € 3 M

40 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 40 KANDAHAR Scope:  Construction of various airport assets  Maintenance of these assets  Provision of Power Generation for the facility

41 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 41 MAZAR-E-SHERIF Scope:  Extensive Paveway Repair (€ 1.5 M)

42 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 42  First batch is for the repair of 30 bridges Status:  NATO/FYROM MOU signed June 2005  IC authorization July 2005  Logistics Support Agreement (LSA) signed: August 2005  A&E Contract signed August 2005 FYROM* Roads FYROM* Road Works € 30 M – NSIP Phase 1 (€ 11 M - NSIP) * Turkey recognizes the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name

43 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 43 Key NATO Projects  Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) HQ  Deployable Joint Task Force (DJTF) HQ  Deployable ACCS (*) Component  Deployable C2 Assets (*) Air Command and Control System

44 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 44 CP5A CJTF FC Priority List a.5HQ27004 Containerized facilities b. 5HQ27015 Automation support c.5HQ27019 Provide ISO containers d.5HQ Selected vehicles e.5HQ27002 Office and accommodation buildings f.5HQ27003 Large buildings g.5HQ27006 Electrical system h.5HQ27005 Environmental control equipment i.5HQ27008 Water treatment and distribution systems j.5HQ27007 Waste and Sewage Treatment Systems k.5HQ27010 Ancillary Equipment l.5HQ27012 Furniture and Associated Equipment m.5HQ27011 Force Protection Material n.5HQ Vehicles PRIORITY

45 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 45  Traditional support to southern flank nations  Deployable assets storage site  Pre-positioning of Canadian Containers  Deployable Joint Task Force HQ (DJTF) for NATO Response Force (NRF)  Combined Joint Task Force HQ (CJTF) Package Southern Operational Centre (SOC)

46 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 46 CP0A Non CIS Equipment  Status  2 nd draft SOW for shelters (containers) completed end June 2005  1 st draft SOW for vehicles and trailers completed mid-July 2005; sent to ACT and ACO for working inputs and review  Both SOWs being still reviewed by ACT and ACO  External coordination delayed  Way Ahead  RFP release for shelters and vehicles –Follow-up ACT/ACO coordination  SOW development for power generators  Next project coordination meeting end September 2005 (under coordination with ACT)

47 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 47 CP5A DAC/DARS  Deployable Support Package 0W19109 (NAMSA HN)  NAC approved CP5A0109 early May 2005  Equipment delivery required end 2006  PDS started, needs further work  Prime Mission Support Equipment (NACMA HN)  TBCE coordinated, NACMA to submit to IC  SOWs to be established  Funding requested to support effort

48 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 48 NRF CP0B1102  Status  NAMSA is proposed HN for the procurement of – Five modular camps to satisfy the NRF requirements (equipment similar to IDP equipment) – Vehicles – RO-RO C-130 air transportability – COLPRO requirements  NAMSA provided initial input end July 2005 – ROM for 5 x IDP (NRF) – ROM for CJTF IDP upgrade to NRF IDP

49 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 49 NRF 7/8 P&A Projects  NAMSA has been tasked to provide inputs/approaches/P&A data for 34 different operational Logistics Services and Real Life Support (RLS) projects (due mid September 2005)  Some NRF 7/8 requirements are:  Medical services for all NATO out-of-area operations  Fuel distribution for ISAF  Provide Real Life Support (RLS) on site: water, laundry, food, power, etc  On site maintenance of CP5A0156 (DJTF)  Engineering services for constructions/repairs in the JLSA  Pre-/Post-Deployment of CP5A0156

50 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 50 Transfer of Ploce Bridge Park Assets  Status:  Minor works request submitted to NIS May 2005  Project authorized by IC June 2005  Works started on-site August 2005  Estimated completion end August 2005  40’ ISO container currently being delivered  Expected delivery of complete material at SOC end September 2005

51 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 51 Strategic Lift Initiatives  Joint Sales Agreement (JSA) signed by 7 NATO nations  One Year Assured Access Contract for one Ro-Ro with option for extension  Value of contract: € 340K (1 st Year)  Strategic Airlift Interim Solution (SALIS) Partnership  15 NATO nations and 1 PfP (Finland)  Contract expected to be in place in January 2006  Execution of Airlift tasks to be coordinated by SALCC (Strategic Airlift Coordination Centre) Strategic Sealift Strategic Airlift AN-124

52 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 52 Memoranda of Understanding MoU signed with:  Switzerland07/96  Austria 10/96  Sweden 12/98  Finland 03/00  Albania 01/01  Moldova 06/01  Ukraine12/01  Uzbekistan04/02  Georgia10/02  Croatia11/02  Serbia and Montenegro (*) 03/03  Azerbaijan 04/03  Kazakhstan07/03  Belarus07/04 Negotiations with:  Armenia  The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) (**)  Kyrghyz Republic  Russia (*) South East Europe Initiative (SEEI) (**) Turkey recognizes the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name

53 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 53 Memoranda of Understanding Albania Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Croatia Finland Georgia Kazakhstan Moldova Serbia and Montenegro (*) Sweden Switzerland Ukraine Uzbekistan (*) South East Europe Initiative (SEEI)

54 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 54 Trust Fund Demilitarization Projects Current:AlbaniaAmmunition demilitarization GeorgiaUXO clearance, site remediation, missile disposal Serbia & Montenegro (*) APM disposal Completed:AlbaniaAPM disposal MoldovaOxidizer disposal, APM disposal UkraineAPM disposal Serbia & Montenegro (*) SALW stockpile demilitarization Under Development: AzerbaijanUXO clearance BelarusAPM disposal MoldovaPesticide elimination UkraineSALW demilitarization, ammo demilitarization UzbekistanOxidizer disposal, ammo demilitarization APM = Anti-personnel mines UXO = Unexploded ordnance SALW = Small arms and light weapons (*) South East Europe Initiative (SEEI)

55 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 55 Political Economic Military Humanitarian A Major Success Trust Fund Demilitarization Projects

56 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 56 Albania II Georgia  Lead Nation: CANADA  Cost: 6.4 M €  Start date: December 2002  Completion date: December 2006  Task: Demil 11K tons SALW munitions  Lead Nation: LUXEMBOURG  Cost: 1.1 M €  Start date: November 2003  Completion date: December 2005  Task: Missile demilitarization Serbia and Montenegro* * SEEI: NATO South East Europe Initiative  Lead Nation: CANADA  Cost: 1.6 M €  Start date: February 2005  Completion date: December 2006  Task: Demil 1.3M APL (7 types) SALW: Small Arms and Light Weapons- APL: Antipersonnel Landmines PfP Trust Fund Demilitarization Projects Current Projects

57 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 57 Ukraine II  Lead Nation: USA  Cost: 7.9 M €  Start date: August 2005  Task: MANPADS, SALW, Munitions Afghanistan Belarus Phase I  Lead Nation: CANADA  Cost: 30 K € (feasibility study)  Start date: TBD  Task: Ammunition stockpiles  Lead Nation: CANADA  Cost: 385 K €  Start date: 4th Quarter 2005*  Task: Demilitarization 700K APL MANPADS: Manportable Air Defence Systems SALW: Small Arms and Light Weapons APL: Anitpersonnel Landmines * Awaiting MOU ratification PfP Trust Fund Demilitarization Projects New Starts

58 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 58 Development Vectors - 1  NSIP/MBC*funded Operational Support Projects  New NATO Member States  Support to USAREUR  Support for future European Systems; A-400M, FSAF  Formation of new Weapon System Partnerships  Support to Partnership for Peace (PfP) Projects  PfP Trust Fund Demilitarization Projects  European Defence Agency (EDA) & EU Military Staff *NSIP/MBC: NATO Security Investment Programme/Military Budget Committee

59 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 59  NATO Transformation = NAMSA Transformation  Focus on Logistics Support to Theatre Operations  Demonstrate Value  Be excellent at the lowest possible cost Development Vectors - 2

60 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 60 Conclusion  NAMSA is NATO’s logistics broker of choice  No profit, no loss  International skills  Flexibility to meet customers’ needs  Activities controlled by the customer  NAMSA is an extension of national logistic support

61 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 61 TOTAL 2004 : MEUR 6.0 MEUR Industrial Return Value of Contracts Placed

62 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 62 TOTAL 2004 : MEUR MEUR NAMSA customers 2004

63 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 63 RATIO = TURKISH BIDS AWARDS TO TURKISH FIRMS Competitiveness of Turkish Industry for Supply

64 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 64 per line item SUPPLY JAN-DEC 2004 TOTAL NBR. OF CONTACTS : 442 NO REPLY NEGATIVE CONTACTS (11.31%) POSITIVE CONTACTS (48.64%) (40.05%) Contacts Analysis of Turkish Industry

65 September 2005 Office of the General Manager 65 per line item SERVICES JAN-DEC 2004 TOTAL NBR. OF CONTACTS : 350 NO REPLY NEGATIVE CONTACTS (39.71%) (31.43%) POSITIVE CONTACTS (28.86%) Contacts Analysis of Turkish Industry


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