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Press Room, 31. July 2013

Romsys becomes IT service provider of NATO

Romsys became an agreed IT service provider of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) being signed last week, in Brussels.

Romsys became an agreed IT service provider of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) being signed last week, in Brussels. As a signatory of the BOA, Romsys can provide upon request, under pre-determined conditions, IT services for all the NATO member states, organizations and institutions.

The BOA was negotiated between Romsys and NATO’s Communications and Information Agency in accordance with the acquisition requirements and procedures agreed by NATO, thus pre-determining the services that can be provided, the contract terms, as well as the prices of the services provided.

With the BOA signed, Romsys description, along with the trade offer, is distributed to NATO member states, so that any customer interested in the purchase of IT services can request further details from the company or initiate the acquisition procedure.

The advantages and benefits of including Romsys on NATO’s agreed list of suppliers include increasing the number of potential customers, facilitating negotiations and contracting, these steps being standardized, as well as increasing the transparency of procurement procedures.

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