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A Guidance Manual for NIAG Prefeasibility Studies
NATO INDUSTRIAL ADVISORY GROUP BRUSSELS (BELGIUM)
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The NATO Industrial Advisory Group is a high level consultative and advisory body of senior industrialists of NATO member countries. NIAG has provided suggestions and recommendations in relation to legal, management, economic nad technical problems. A major activity of NIAG, however, at the request of CNAD and its Armament Groups is the conduct of Prefeasibility Studies. For this purpose NIAG organizes Sub-Groups composed of technical experts from Industry. The possibility of conflicting interests arising when representatives of different industrial groups were brought together in a prefeasibility study was immediately recognised and in 1969 the NIAG Sub-Groups. NIAG members are expected to contribute relevant expertise to serve NATO in working out solutions to the taks entrusted to NIAG. For the analysis of specific problems NIAG may set up Sub-Groups or Ad participate in these groups. In order to provide a free exchange of views and to seek closer co-operation amongst the NATO industries, contributions from competent experts are to be encourage on all occasion. To ensure that the advice which NIAG offers to NATO is comprehensive and unbiassed, it is necessary that no competent efforts from Industry is excluded, and that all contributors are bound by the Moral Code which NIAG has adopted.
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