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4 January 2021| | NATO C2COE
The annual meeting of the representatives of the participating nations, the so-called Steering Board Meeting, in which they determine the NATO C2COE work package for the upcoming year, is the milestone in the NATO C2COE battle rhythm.
This compendium is the result of that multinational coordination process and lines out the content of the NATO C2COE work for 2021. Our members will cover a very broad spectrum of C2 topics, ranging from theoretical groundwork, to practical input into the evaluation of the main certification exercises of NATO headquarters, to the development of new organizational field related to being the OPOAAA Discipline Department Head: education and training.
In very challenging times, especially in the area of personnel growth in the NATO Command Structure, and the resulting consequences for the personnel situation of NATO C2COE, prioritizing the requested support must be reconciled with projects on our own initiative which, in our view, are evident for NATO´s advancement. Have we got the balance right? Take a look at this overview of the topics we will be dealing with and form your own opinion.
And if you would like to participate, or if you would like to influence the future NATO with your contribution, do not hesitate and let us talk about participation as a partner, and thus as a participant in the NATO C2COE Steering Board Meeting.
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The Command and Control Centre of Excellence (NATO C2COE) was established in 2007 on the initiative of the Netherlands to create a group of Command and Control (C2) Subject Matter Experts supporting the transformation activities of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT) and of the Sponsoring Nations of the NATO C2COE (Belgium, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey and the USA; Estonia joined as latest member in 2013). We support NATO, nations and international institutions/ organisations with subject matter expertise on Command & Control.
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