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  • 1. Introduction to NATO How does NATO work? 1 What is NATO? What does NATO do? Specialized organizations and agencies of NATO & Key to the principal NATO committees and policy bodies By: Samin& Adeola What is NATO? What does NATO do? How does NATO work?NATO committees & policy bodies Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies How does NATO work?
  • 2. What is NATO? What does NATO do? How does NATO work? 2 How does NATO work? 1. Consensus decision-making 2. Civil and military structure 3. Delegations 4. Main bodies 5. NATO Secretary General 6. International Staff 7. International Military Staff 8. Military command structure 9. Agencies 10. Paying for NATO Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 3. How does NATO work? 3 What is NATO? What does NATO do? Consensus decision-making 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 An inter-governmental organization where decisions are taken jointly by each member country Principle of consensus applied at every committee level Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 4. How does NATO work? 4 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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) International Military Staff Military Representatives to NATO Allied Command Transformation Allied Command Operations Secretary General Committees subordinate to the Council and NPG Nuclear Planning Group (NPG) North Atlantic Council (NAC) Military Committee (MC) International Staff Strategic Commands Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 5. How does NATO work? 5 What is NATO? What does NATO do? Delegations 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  A national delegation per member country at NATO HQ, Brussels  Status of an Embassy  Headed by an Ambassador or Permanent Representative Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 6. How does NATO work? 6 What is NATO? What does NATO do? Main bodies 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  North Atlantic Council  Nuclear Planning Group  Military Committee Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 7. 7 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do?  Key political decision-making body  Forum to discuss policy and operational questions  Chaired by Secretary General  Meets at different levels  Established by Article 9 of Washington Treaty  Authority to set up subsidiary bodies  North Atlantic Council  Nuclear Planning Group  Military Committee Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 8. 8 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do?  Ultimate authority with regard to nuclear policy issues  Reviews the Alliance’s nuclear policy in the light of changing security environment  All members except for France  Chaired by NATO Secretary General  Meets at different levels  North Atlantic Council  Nuclear Planning Group  Military Committee Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 9. 9 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do?  Senior military advisory authority  Under authority of NAC and NPG  Provides guidance to two strategic commanders  Meets at different levels  Chairman selected by Chiefs of Staff for three-year term  North Atlantic Counci  Nuclear Planning Council  Military Committee Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 10. 10 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do? NATO committees form an indispensable part of the Alliance’s decision-making process. They provide the framework within which member countries can exchange information on a variety of subjects, consult with each other and take decisions made on the basis of consensus and common accord. Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies Committees
  • 11. 11 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do? The principal committees The North Atlantic Council (NAC) is the principal political decision-making body within NATO and the only committee that was established by the Alliance’s founding Treaty. Under Article 9, the NAC is invested with the authority to set up "such subsidiary bodies as may be necessary" for the purposes of implementing the Treaty. Over the years, the Council has established a network of committees to facilitate the Alliance’s work and deal with all subjects on its agenda. The principal NATO committees are the NAC, the Nuclear Planning Group (NPG) and the Military Committee. The Defence Planning Committee (DPC), which was also one of NATO’s top decision-making bodies, was dissolved under the June 2010 committee reform and its functions taken over by the NAC. Committees Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 12. 12 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do? Committees reporting to the NAC In addition to the NAC, the NPG and the Military Committee, there are a number of committees that report directly to the Council. Some of these are themselves supported by working groups, especially in areas such as defence procurement. As part of the NATO reform process initiated in June 2010, which focused on the NATO Command Structure and NATO Agencies, NATO Committees were also reviewed. As such, committees reporting to the NAC now include the following: Committees Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 13. 13 Main bodies How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do? • Deputies Committee  Political and Partnerships Committee  Defense Policy and Planning Committee  Committee on Proliferation  C3 Board  Operations Policy Committee  High Level Task Force on Conventional Arms Control  Verification Coordinating Committee  Conference of National Armaments Directors  Committee for Standardization  Logistics Committee  Resource Policy and Planning Board  Air and Missile Defense Committee  NATO Air Traffic Management Committee  Civil Emergency Planning Committee  Committee on Public Diplomacy  Council Operations and Exercises Committee  Security Committee  Civilian Intelligence Committee  Archives Commitee  Additionally, there are institutions of cooperation, partnership and dialogue that underpin relations between NATO and other countries.  Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council  NATO-Russia Council  NATO-Ukraine Commission  NATO-Georgia Commission Committees Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 14. How does NATO work? 14 What is NATO? What does NATO do? NATO Secretary General 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  Chairman of NATO’s senior committees and decision facilitator  Spokesperson  Head of International Staff Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 15. How does NATO work? 15 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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  Advisory and administrative body  Supports work of Delegations  Divided into divisions  Staffed by nationals from member countries Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 16. How does NATO work? 16 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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 Political Affairs and Security Policy Division Operations Division Public Diplomacy Division Defence Policy and Planning Division Defence Investment Division Senior Resource Board Civil and Military Budget Committees Secretary General Deputy Secretary General International Board of Auditors NATO Office of Security Executive Management Division Office of Resources Office of the Financial Controller previous Emerging Security Challenges Division Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 17. How does NATO work? 17 What is NATO? What does NATO do? International Military 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  Advisory and administrative body  Supports work of Military committee  Divided into divisions  Staffed by nationals from member countries Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 18. How does NATO work? 18 What is NATO? What does NATO do? International Military 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 Intelligence Division Operations Division Plans & Policy Division Cooperation & Regional Security Division Logistics Armaments & Resources Division NHQC3S* Financial Controller Legal Officer Support Activities Personnel Public Information Advisor Director (DIMS) Executive Coordinator SITCEN * The NATO HQ Consultation, Command & Control (C3) Staffprevious Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 19. How does NATO work? 19 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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 Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 20. How does NATO work? 20 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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 Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 21. How does NATO work? 21 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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 Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 22. How does NATO work? 22 What is NATO? What does NATO do? 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 Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 23. How does NATO work? 23 What is NATO? What does NATO do? NATO Support Agency (NSPA) The NATO Support Agency (NSPA) is NATO’s integrated logistics and services provider Agency. The NSPA is a fully customer-funded agency, operating on a “no profit - no loss” basis. It brings together NATO’s logistics and procurement support activities in a single organization, providing integrated multinational support solutions for its stakeholders. Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies Support Communications and information Science and Technology (S&T) NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) Program Offices Civil Emergency Planning
  • 24. How does NATO work? 24 What is NATO? What does NATO do? The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) The NATO Communications and Information Agency – or NCI Agency – acts as NATO’s principal Consultation, Command and Control (C3) deliverer and Communications and Information Systems (CIS) provider. It also provides IT- support to NATO Headquarters, the NATO Command Structure and NATO Agencies. Support Communications and information Science and Technology (S&T) NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) Program Offices Civil Emergency Planning Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies
  • 25. How does NATO work? 25 What is NATO? What does NATO do? The NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO) The NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO) acts as NATO’s principal organization for science and technology research. It is composed of a Science and Technology Board (STB), Scientific and Technical Committees and three Executive Bodies; the Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS), the Collaboration Support Office (CSO), and the Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE). Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies Support Communications and information Science and Technology (S&T) NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) Program Offices Civil Emergency Planning
  • 26. How does NATO work? 26 What is NATO? What does NATO do? NATO Standardisation Agency (NSA) Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies Support Communications and information Science and Technology (S&T) NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) Program Offices Civil Emergency Planning
  • 27. How does NATO work? 27 What is NATO? What does NATO do? The NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Program Management Organization (NAPMO) Specialized organizations and agencies- Key to the principle NATO committees and policy Bodies Air Traffic Management, Air Defence Airborne Early Warning Electronic Warfare Meteorology Education and Training NATO accredited Centres of Excellence Project Steering Committees/Project Offices NATO'S EYE IN THE SKY The NATO Airborne Early Warning & Control (NAEW&C) Program is often cited as one of the most successful collaborative ventures ever undertaken by the Alliance. The fleet of 17 E-3A aircraft represents the world’s first multi-national, fully integrated Air Force and is one of the few military assets that is actually owned and operated by NATO.
  • 28. How does NATO work? 28 What is NATO? What does NATO do? Paying for NATO 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  Indirect contributions  Direct contributions - principle of common funding  Civil budget  Military budget  NATO’s Security Investment Programme
  • 29. 29 Paying for NATO How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do?  Operating costs of the International Staff  Civilian programmes  Running costs of HQ facilities  Conference services  Meetings of NATO committees  Security services  Civil budget  Military budget  NATO’s Security Investments Programme
  • 30. 30 Paying for NATO How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do?  Operating and maintenance costs of the international military structure  Military Committee  International Military Staff  Agencies  Two strategic commands and associated command, control and information systems  Research and development agencies  NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Force  Operating costs of NATO peacekeeping command structures  Civil budget  Military budget  NATO’s Security Investments Programme
  • 31. 31 Paying for NATO How does NATO work?What is NATO? What does NATO do?  Major construction and system Investments that exceed national defence requirements of individual member countries  Communications and information systems  Radar  Military HQ  Airfields  Fuel pipelines and storage  Harbours  Civil budget  Military budget  NATO’s Security Investments Programme

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