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1 Die NATO im Reformmodus – Karriere-möglichkeiten bei der NATO AFCEA Karrierestarterforum 24. April 2013 Wolfgang Taubert AFCEA RVP Central Europe NATO CI Agency Head of General Services

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3 NATO is a Complex Environment
28 NATO Nations 862 million citizens 31 languages 24.5 million square km $895B in defence spending 10 agencies 80,000+ deployed forces NATO is the Largest and Most Successful Military Alliance in History

4 Anzahl NATO Militär – ca. 9.000 Standorte – mehr als 35
Einige Zahlen Anzahl NATO Zivil – ca Anzahl NATO Militär – ca Standorte – mehr als 35 NATO Budget - ca. 2 Mrd. € (Betrieb/Invest – ca. 50/50) Zum Vergleich: NYPD – Tsd EU Kommission – 23 Tsd

5 Mehr Zahlen – Deutschland und NATO
Deutschland ist innerhalb der NATO... zweitgrößter Beitragszahler für den NATO-Zivil-Haushalt (US 22 %, DEU 15 %, UK 13 %, FR 12 %, IT 9 %) drittgrößter Truppensteller für die NATO-geführten Operationen der mittleren Führungs- und Referentenebene deutlich unterrepräsentiert (unter 8% - fallende Tendenz)

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7 NATO Reform – seit Sommer 2010 – Implementierung bis 2013
NATO im Reformmodus NATO Reform – seit Sommer 2010 – Implementierung bis 2013 Schlanker und effektiver (Sparen !) Neues Strategisches Konzept Reform NATO HQ - Politik Reform NATO Kommandostruktur – Militär – Reduktion Anzahl HQs Reform Agenturen – Unterstützung (Zivil) – Konsolidierung von Agenturen (15 auf 3)

8 What is NATO? What does NATO do? How does NATO work?

9 A political and military organization Member countries
WHAT IS NATO ? A political and military organization Member countries Sharing common values The principle of collective defence Comprehensive vision of security Maintaining the transatlantic link

10 A political and military organization
Member countries Sharing common values The principle of collective defence A comprehensive vision of security Maintaining the transatlantic link A political organization A military organization “NATO’s fundamental role and enduring purpose is to safeguard the freedom and security of its member countries by political and military means.”

11 A political and military organization
Member countries Sharing common values The principle of collective defence A comprehensive vision of security Maintaining the transatlantic link A political organization reinforcing security by reducing the risk of conflict DIPLOMACY DIALOGUE / CONSENSUS COOPERATION next

12 the most important word in NATO is...

13 and it is NOT easy to obtain
CONSENSUS and it is NOT easy to obtain

14 ORGANIZATION (NATO) (28) Mediterranean Dialogue (MD) (7)
Kazakhstan1 Moldova1 Russia1 Ukraine1 European and NATO Co-op Structures Andorra Bosnia-Hezrzegovina Croatia Cyprus Holy See Liechtenstein Malta Monaco San Marino Tajikistan1 NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION (NATO) (28) Canada Belgium Germany Greece Italy Netherlands Spain United Kingdom Denmark Hungary Czech Rep Poland Armenia1 Azerbaijan1 Belarus1 Georgia1, ID ORGANIZATION FOR SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE (OSCE) (56) Montenegro 1 Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Member (12) Albania Austria Finland FYROM* Kyrgyz Republic1 Switzerland Sweden Uzbekistan1 Turkmenistan1 PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PfP) (20) EURO-ATLANTIC PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL (EAPC) (49) Ireland Membership Action Plan + PARP (1) United States Norway EUROPEAN UNION (EU) (27) France Luxembourg Portugal Iceland Turkey Planning and Review Process (PARP) (13) Slovakia Estonia Latvia Lithuania Slovenia EU Aspirants(3) Mediterranean Dialogue (MD) (7) Algeria Egypt Israel Jordan Mauritania Morocco Tunisia Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI) (4) Kuwait Qatar UAE Bahrain * Turkey recognizes the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia by its constitutional name Romania Serbia Bulgaria Singapore South Korea Japan Australia New Zealand Global Partners Contributors to NATO ops

15 Combats existing and emerging threats
Helps to create a stable environment Welcomes new members Forges partnerships Leads crisis management operations Combats existing and emerging threats Develops military capabilities Missile defence Terrorism Spread of weapons of mass destruction Cyber defence Energy security

16 How does NATO work? Consensus decision-making
Civil and military structure Delegations Main bodies NATO Secretary General International Staff International Military Staff Military command structure Agencies Paying for NATO

17 Civil and military structure
Consensus decision- making Civil and military structure Delegations Main bodies NATO Secretary General International Staff International Military Staff Military command structure Agencies Paying for NATO National Authorities Permanent Representatives (Ambassadors to NATO) Military Representatives to NATO North Atlantic Council (NAC) Nuclear Planning Group (NPG) Military Committee (MC) International Military Staff Committees subordinate to the Council and NPG Secretary General Strategic Commands International Staff Allied Command Operations Allied Command Transformation

18 Emerging Security Challenges Division
International Staff Consensus decision- making Civil and military structure Delegations Main bodies NATO Secretary General International Staff International Military Staff Military command structure Agencies Paying for NATO Secretary General Deputy Secretary Senior Resource Board Civil and Military Budget Committees International Board of Auditors NATO Office of Security Executive Management Division Office of the Financial Controller Office of Resources Emerging Security Challenges Division Political Affairs and Security Policy Division Operations Division Defence Policy and Planning Division Public Diplomacy Division Defence Investment Division previous

19 Military command structure
Consensus decision- making Civil and military structure Delegations Main bodies NATO Secretary General International Staff International Military Staff Military command structure Agencies Paying for NATO Allied Command Operations (ACO) NATO operations Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Alliance transformation Reform ongoing

20 Military Command Structure
Consensus decision- making Civil and military structure Delegations Main bodies NATO Secretary General International Staff International Military Staff Military command structure Agencies Paying for NATO previous

21 Production and logistics Standardization Communications Research
Agencies Consensus decision- making Civil and military structure Delegations Main bodies NATO Secretary General International Staff International Military Staff Military command structure Agencies Paying for NATO Production and logistics Standardization Communications Research Other agencies and organizations Project offices Reform ongoing

22 Plus: NATO Undersea Research Center (NURC)
Central Europe Pipeline Management Agency (CEPMA) NATO Air Command and Control System Management Agency (NACMA) NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Agency (NAPMA) NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance Management Agency (NAGSMA) NATO Battlefield Information, Collection and Exploitation System Agency (BICES) NATO Communication and Information System Services Agency (NCSA) NATO Medium Extended Air Defence System Agency (NAMEADSMA) NATO Eurofighter and Tornado Management Agency (NETMA) NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A) NATO Helicopter Management Agency (NAHEMA) NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency (NAMSA) NATO Airlift Management Agency (NAMA) NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) Research & Technology Agency (RTA) Plus: NATO Undersea Research Center (NURC)

23 NIC – NATO International Civilian
Bewerbung bei der NATO NIC – NATO International Civilian Ca NICs Verträge – 3 Jahre + 3 Jahre + Alle offenen Stellen auf NATO web-site – alle Fachrichtungen Schriftliche Bewerbung, shortlist, Interview, assesment centre (?), security clearance, Vertrag Deutschland stark (und zunehmend) unterrepräsentiert NATO Arbeitsrecht – Civil Personell Regulation C, B, und A-grades Vergütung – Grade, Dienstjahre, Standort Zulagen (Expat, Education, …) Private Krankenversicherung (Allianz, 90% / 100%)

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25 NATO Praktikum Ca. 100 Praktika pro Jahr 3 – 6 Monate
Bewerbung bei der NATO NATO Praktikum Ca. 100 Praktika pro Jahr 3 – 6 Monate Dezentral organisiert – NATO HQ (IS), ACO, ACT und Agenturen Vergütung – ca €/Monat Schriftliche Bewerbung – interne Entscheidung – Information Details auf NATO Web Site und weiteren Sites (ACO, ACT und Agenturen)

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