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The “NCoDe Community”, includes all NATO bodies, agencies and NATO member states. Community members may invite industry partners, on a case-by-case basis, to participate in the development of one or more specific Contribution.
The NATO Communications & Information Agency (NCI Agency) acts as custodian of the NCoDe software development.
- Partners are part of many of NATO’s core activities, from shaping policy to building defence capacity, developing interoperability and managing crises.
- NATO’s programmes also help partner countries to develop their own defence and security institutions and forces.
- In partnering with NATO, partners can:
- share insights on areas of common interest or concern through political consultations and intelligence-sharing;
- gain access to advice and support as they reform and strengthen defence institutions and capacities;
- participate in a rich menu of education, training and consultation events (approximately 1,400 events a year are open to partners through a Partnership Cooperation Menu);
- prepare together for future operations and missions by participating in exercises and training;
- contribute to current NATO-led operations and missions;
- share lessons learned from past operations and develop policy for the future;
- work together with Allies on research and capability development.
- Through partnership, NATO and partners also pursue a broad vision of security:
- integrating gender perspectives into security and defence;
- fighting against corruption in the defence sector;
- enhancing efforts to control or destroy arms, ammunition and unexploded ordnance;
- advancing joint scientific projects.
- Partnership has evolved over the years, to encompass more countries, more flexible instruments, and new forms of cooperation and consultation.