Doubts hang over NATO and EU's ability to procure quickly from small tech players

by Brooks Tigner

Both NATO and the European Union are keen to work with dual-use technology companies and start-ups for the disruptive technologies they seek. Yet each – and particularly NATO – faces formidable challenges to flexibly apply their heavy procurement rules in favour of small players, as officials from both organisations acknowledge.

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