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OCCAROrganisation Conjointe de Coopération en matière d'Armement
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The A400M contract amendment was signed with OCCAR during the second quarter, concluding the discussions on the programme's Global Rebaselining.
A contract amendment signed at the OCCAR headquarters in Bonn, Germany adds five aircraft to the two previously ordered by Netherlands and Luxembourg and includes four additional options to enable other nations to join the grouping.
OCCAR provided Armada with an update regarding current and future work pertaining to its development.
The European Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) reported in July 2015 that it had signed a contract on behalf of Spain, Germany and France with Airbus Helicopters on the development of a new version of the Tiger attack helicopter.
OCCAR (Organisation Cooperation en matiere d'Armement) was created in 1996 as a European procurement agency designed to overcome the inefficiencies of juste retour.
The boundary between its role and that of the military procurement agency, the Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR), which manages the A400M programme, could be problematical.
In May 2003, the contract was signed between Airbus Military Sociedad Limitada and OCCAR (Organisation Conjointe de Coopration en Matire d'Armement), representing Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain, Turkey, and United Kingdom for a total of 180 aircraft.
The conference will feature over 50 speakers, including senior officers from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency, the European Defence Agency, the United Nations, and the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR).
More recently, the OCCAR (Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation --Organisation Conjointe de Cooperation en matiere d'Armement) was set up to manage some cooperative program.
It is the first major European UAV program that is managed by OCCAR, the European Procurement Agency.
The program is handled by the Organisation Conjointe de Cooperation en matiere d'Armement, or OCCAR.