NCU Defence Agencies​


FMV, the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration, is an authority under the Ministry of Defence. FMV´s board of Directors is responsible for FMV, and reports to the Swedish Government. 

FMV procures equipment and services for the Swedish Armed Forces. FMV make sure Swedish soldiers, sailors and officers have the materiel they need to execute their missions. FMV’s technical, commercial and legal expertise, as well as the expertise in project management, ensures sustainable solutions over time.

The mission is “The right materiel for a stronger defence”.

FMV procures complex defence systems such as helicopters and submarines. Our largest current projects are the aircraft system JAS 39 Gripen, the mid-term modification (update) of two submarines in the Gotland class, the design and construction of two new submarines of the type A26, Archer which is a modern artillery system for indirect fire, the medium-range Air Defense System 103, Patriot, and Nordic Combat Uniform, NCU, which is a joint Nordic uniform project.

Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA) is an agency directly subordinate to the Norwegian Ministry of Defence. The main task is to procure, manage and retire military materiel for the Norwegian Armed Forces and other agencies in the defence sector

The Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA) is the main responsible entity for procurement for the Armed Forces, and is responsible for the vast majority of procurement contracts. On many product areas, NDMA will enter into framework agreements that can be used by other entities within the Armed Forces.

The NDMA will manage a number of complex and important materiel projects in the next decade. Experienced military officers in combination with highly skilled civilians with expertise in different areas, such as engineering and business ensure good and efficient materiel procurement.

NDMA strives to further sustain and enhance the military’s performance, provide good value for what is technically available, increase safety for its’ personnel and facilitate operations while at the same time focusing on reducing overall ownership costs in this decade and in the decades to come.

The Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation (DALO) is responsible for procurement, supply, maintenance, development and decommission of material capabilities, IT and services for the armed Danish forces and Emergency Agency.

The Industry Point Of Contact has been established to facilitate introductory and uninvited contact from the industry to the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation (DALO), from where enquiries will be directed to ongoing projects, relevant divisions or qualified employees.

At DALO, we focus our CSR efforts on our task: To ensure the Armed Forces’ procurement of materiel at the right price and quality, produced and serviced with respect for people and the environment.

Sale of large and complex materiel is handled by DALO Sales Division and directly to the customer, whereas the sales of small and uncomplicated material takes place through external civilian suppliers.

The Finnish Defence Forces Logistics Command is a profit centre subordinate to the Defence Command responsible for materiel acquisitions for the Finnish Defence Forces, the operational capability of troops, personnel and systems, and the availability of materiel.  The Logistics Command owns and supports the materiel of the Defence Forces and is responsible for its technical life cycle management. According to its motto, the Defence Forces Logistics Command is the enabler of Defence Forces operations in normal and emergency conditions.

Logistics Command – Makes it Possible

The core task of the Defence Forces Logistics Command (FDFLOGCOM) is to ensure the efficient use of the Defence Forces’ capabilities and execution of operations in all circumstances.  Annually, the Logistics Command supports about 80 international exercises at home and abroad, hundreds of national exercises as well as nine international operations abroad.

The Logistic Command’s areas of responsibility comprise acquisitions in the Defence Forces, logistics arrangements and services, facilities management and materiel, catering arrangements as well as health care at the Defence Forces, and environmental issues.