As NATO's newest agency, the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance Management Agency is responsible for procuring the NATO AGS core. NAGSMA has been stood up in September 2009, after all 15 Participating Nations had signed the Programme Memorandum of Understanding. NAGSMA is a growing agency and will, once fully manned, comprise more than 60 staff.
Acquisition excellence in procuring on behalf of the Alliance a NATO-owned and operated AGS Core Capability
NAGSMA MissionTo deliver the AGS Core Capability to NATO users that meets the requirements on schedule and within budget
NAGSMA Objectives- to manage the AGS Core Programme effectively- support the user to field the AGS Core in a timely manner- obtain and sustain International Operational Efficiency- provide optimal support to the Board of Directors- establish and maintain good working relations with all stakeholders
NAGSMA Values- open, transparent and friendly working environment that promotes mutual respect and trust- seek and give constructive feedback- take responsibility and be accountable for decisions- take pride in high quality work