OTTAWA—Developing an innovation ecosystem that fosters dialogue with industry focused on outcomes rather than requirements and rewards learning instead of discouraging failure is necessary to bring innovation to NATO more rapidly, keynote speakers a
The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency and RSA Security, a Dell Technologies Business, signed on 25 April 2017 an Industry Partnership Agreement (IPA) on cyber information sharing in the margins of NITEC17 in Ottawa.
On 24 April 2017, senior NATO officials briefed around 700 North American and European industry representatives on the first invitations for bids that will be launched in September as part of NATO’s major tech refresh.
The need for NATO and industry to innovate in response to shared challenges stemming from a new, complex strategic environment was the common theme of remarks by high-level speakers at NCI Agency’s annual conference, NITEC17.
A distinguished panel of defence experts will discuss how to bring innovation to defence acquisition processes to support rapid fielding of capabilities to defend against urgent and emerging threats on the closing day of NITEC17.
This edition focuses on the Agency’s latest support to NATO operations, exercises and Member Nations. It also includes an interview with NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, who shares his vision of an adaptable Alliance.
NIAS 2017Organizer: NCI AgencyDate: 10/17/2017 to 10/19/2017
NITEC 2017Organizer: NCI AgencyDate: 4/24/2017 to 4/26/2017