The event programme included a roundtable with senior stakeholders from across different NATO entities, such as Allied Command Operations and Allied Command Transformation. The conference aimed to spark collaborative discussion about ongoing and planned activities regarding the digital workplace. The two-day event included a visit to the recently opened NDW Experience Centre at the Agency's campus in The Hague, a centre displaying the latest technology used within NATO and the NCI Agency.
"The environment in which we live and work is constantly changing. Our needs as an organization evolve rapidly and developments in the world of technology and virtual collaboration change even more rapidly. Leading the cultural change associated with NATO Digital Transformation is of paramount importance, as it not only ensures the successful adoption of cutting-edge technologies but also underpins the NATO Enterprise's ability to adapt swiftly to evolving global challenges," said NCI Agency General Manager, Ludwig Decamps, during his opening remarks.
The NCI Agency established the NDW Centre on 1 January 2022, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, to ensure business continuity across NATO in the face of a new reality. The NDW Centre supports the Alliance and all NATO Member Nations to enable a digital environment where they can connect, communicate and collaborate.