The tool provides search capabilities on all NATO Commercial and Government Entity (NCAGE) codes assigned across the world. The tool allows submitting requests for a creation/update of the NCAGE code records.Go to NCAGE Code Request Tool
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
NCAGE BasicsWhat is NCAGE code? What is the difference between an NCAGE and a CAGE code? Is there any meaning behind NCAGE code structure? What does it mean supranational organization? Can one entity have more than one active NCAGE code assigned? How often are NCAGE code data records distributed to the nations? Can I use NATO logo with NCAGE code?
NCAGE Request ProcessMy former NCAGE code with a structure S***#, has been cancelled and replaced by another NCAGE Code with a different structure, why? How can I submit my NCAGE code request? How can I update my NCAGE code record? How much does it cost to get NCAGE code assigned? How long does it take to process my NCAGE code request? Who is responsible for processing of my NCAGE code request? Where I can find national point of contact responsible for NCAGE code? Can you please define who the Initiator is and how the information that we enter for the Initiator during NCAGE code request submittal will be used? Is it possible to modify Priority of my NCAGE code request after the submittal?
SAM RegistrationI have submitted a request for NCAGE code via the NCAGE Code Request Tool and I did not receive any validation email from address firstname.lastname@example.org. What should I do? How can I proceed with my SAM registration? How long does it take to get SAM registration done? How long does it take to have new/updated NCAGE code inserted in US CAGE database (CSI)? I have a problem to access the US CAGE & Search Inquiry (CSI) at https://cage.dla.mil/search as there is message saying “This site is not secure”. I did not find answer to my question within F.A.Q. What should I do?
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What is NCAGE code?
NATO Commercial and Government Entity code is primarily entity identifier within NATO Codification System (NCS), which holds the name, address and contact details of the organization. NCAGE codes are recognized throughout the international community and broadly used in many countries in a variety of logistics and administration processes, like a System for Award Management (SAM) registration in USA.
What is the difference between an NCAGE and a CAGE code?
They are the same; however, the US drops the N to call it a CAGE code as they use this throughout their Government system and not just within Defence forces.
Is there any meaning behind NCAGE code structure?
Every NATO Codification System (NCS) member nation has own unique NCAGE code structure assigned. NSPA assigns NCAGE codes for entities from non-NCS nations with structure S***# and I***# for supranational organizations.
What does it mean supranational organization?
International government or quasi-government organization. Examples include the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund.
Can one entity have more than one active NCAGE code assigned?
Entity can have only one active NCAGE code assigned. If a duplicate active NCAGE code is assigned by error, please contact email@example.com.
How often are NCAGE code data records distributed to the nations?
NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) distributes NCAGE codes’ data daily to all NATO Codification System member nations.
Can I use NATO logo with NCAGE code?
The NCAGE code is an identification number that does not confer authorisation for companies to use NATO logo. Only companies actively doing business with NATO are authorised to use NATO's logo, prior authorisation from the respective NATO entity.
My former NCAGE code with a structure S***#, has been cancelled and replaced by another NCAGE Code with a different structure, why?
Please contact your National Codification Bureau (NCB).
Visit https://eportal.nspa.nato.int/Codification/Docs/US Instructions for NSPA NCAGE.pdf. NCB point of Contacts are in Appendix 6.
How can I submit my NCAGE code request?
Visit https://eportal.nspa.nato.int/Codification/CageTool and search for your entity. If not found, click Request New button, fill in all required fields and submit the request.
How can I update my NCAGE code record?
Visit https://eportal.nspa.nato.int/Codification/CageTool, filter out your NCAGE code, go to the detail of the record, click on Create Update Request and update information.
How much does it cost to get NCAGE code assigned?
NCAGE code assignment/update is free of charge.
How long does it take to process my NCAGE code request?
The processing timeframes for NCAGE code requests depend on priority level chosen by requestor during submittal of a request. Processing timeframes: Routine: 14 calendar days Emergency: 3 business days
Who is responsible for processing of my NCAGE code request?
Responsibility for NCAGE code requests’ processing lies at National Codification Bureau for following countries:
NATO + ARG, AUS, AUT, BRA, COL, FIN, IND, IDN, ISR, JOR, JPN, KOR, MYS, MAR, NZL, OMA, SRB, SGP, SWE, ARE, UKR
Responsibility for NCAGE codes requests’ processing for any other country lies at NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA).
Where I can find national point of contact responsible for NCAGE code?
Visit https://eportal.nspa.nato.int/Codification/Docs/US Instructions for NSPA NCAGE.pdf. Instructions for NSPA NCAGE.pdf. National Codification Bureaux (NCB) point of contacts are in Appendix 6.
Can you please define who the Initiator is and how the information that we enter for the Initiator during NCAGE code request submittal will be used?
Initiator’s data corresponds to the NCAGE code creation and/or update requestor. The initiator will receive a link to validate own request once it is submitted at NCAGE Code Request Tool.
Is it possible to modify Priority of my NCAGE code request after the submittal?
Only if a request has not yet been validated by the Initiator. If validated, it is not possible as a request is distributed to the processing authority immediately after the validation.
I have submitted a request for NCAGE code via the NCAGE Code Request Tool and I did not receive any validation email from address firstname.lastname@example.org. What should I do?
Please check your junk email folder. If email from email@example.com is not there, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your Request Reference (example: AF20071261311), NSPA will validate your request.
How can I proceed with my SAM registration?
System Award Management system (SAM) is a supplier database for the U.S. Federal government. SAM is solely US system and NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) cannot provide any support for SAM registrations except of providing NCAGE code services.
SAM registration record must have hundred percent character match with NCAGE code record concerning name of the entity and address.
How to register on SAM at View on dvidshub.net
How long does it take to get SAM registration done?
According to SAM FAQ website, it can take up to 12 business days or longer in peak period from the appearance of NCAGE code in US CAGE database (CSI).
How to register on SAM at View on dvidshub.net
How long does it take to have new/updated NCAGE code inserted in US CAGE database (CSI)?
US CAGE Program states that update of CSI database takes 48-72 hours. In case of missing existing NCAGE code in CSI database, please contact US CAGE Program directly at DLA Customer Interaction Center (DLA CIC). NSPA cannot provide any further assistance with updates of CSI database.
I have a problem to access the US CAGE & Search Inquiry (CSI) at https://cage.dla.mil/search as there is message saying “This site is not secure”.
By clicking on More Information tab and “Go on to the webpage (not recommended)” tab then, you enter the CSI website. You might contact your IT administrator, if you are not sure.
I did not find answer to my question within F.A.Q. What should I do?
Send an email to email@example.com.
National Codification Bureau Contacts
NSPA is in charge of the NCAGE codes of all the countries not listed in this table.
Contact person: Mr. Patrice VERLAINE, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|ALBANIA||Cpt. Ermira HOXHAemail@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org|
|ARGENTINA||Ms. Marisa GRISAKemail@example.com|
|AUSTRALIA||Mr. Sattendra Sharma||NCB.VendorCellOps@defence.gov.au|
|AUSTRIA||Mjr. Harald ERKINGERfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|BELGIUM||Mr. Philippe BARBIEUXemail@example.com|
|BRAZIL||Ms Clarice Cristina dos Santosfirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|BULGARIA||Mr. Peter IVANOVfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|CANADA||Mr. Ross PATTERSONemail@example.com|
|COLOMBIA||Ms. Maria Cristina PALACIOS CASTIBLANCOfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|CROATIA||Mr. Mladen KLINCOVemail@example.com|
|CZECH REPUBLIC||Mrs. Helena PRINCOVAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|DENMARK||Mr. Thorsten E. JENSENemail@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org|
|EGYPT||Dr. Tamer HANAFFIemail@example.com|
|ESTONIA||Mrs. Tiia Laurendfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|FINLAND||Mrs. Kaisa VALTAKOSKIemail@example.com|
|FRANCE||Mr. Christian HEMONfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr. Jacques RABANNEemail@example.com|
|GEORGIA||Mr. Nino Memanishvilifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|GERMANY||Mr. Hannes SPUDICH||NCBGE-NCAGE@bundeswehr.org|
|GREECE||Mrs. Elisavet ANAGNOSTOPOULOUemail@example.com|
|Mr. Valantis KIVRIKOSAIOSfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|HUNGARY||Cpt. Tamás ROBOTKAemail@example.com|
|INDIA||Capt (IN) P Kishorefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|INDONESIA||Mr. Rachmat N. Basuki||NCB45cage@kemhan.go.id; email@example.com|
|Maj. M. Dede Solikin||NCB45cage@kemhan.go.id; firstname.lastname@example.org|
|ISRAEL||Ms. Zehava Kagan||NCBISR.CAGE@idf.il|
|ITALY||ITA NCB NCAGEemail@example.com|
|JAPAN||Mrs. Yuri KASHIWAGIfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|JORDAN||LtCol Fuad Quamaremail@example.com|
|KOREA, REPUBLIC OF||Ms. Jeomhee Moonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|LATVIA||Mr. Vija KELPE||Vija.Kelpe@valic.gov.lv|
|LITHUANIA||Cpt. Vytautas GYLYSemail@example.com|
|Aušra ŠAKYTĖ-SCHROETERfirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|MALAYSIA||Maj. Mohd Shahidzuan bin Abdul Aziz RMAFfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|MONTENEGRO||Mr. Dejan STANICemail@example.com|
|Mr. Spasoje PAPICfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|MOROCCO||Cne Anas EL ESFARemail@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org|
|NETHERLANDS||Mr. Kees PRONKemail@example.com|
|Mr. Brian de WINTERfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NEW ZEALAND||Mrs Cherry ZHONGemail@example.com|
|NORTH MACEDONIA||Mr. Marin DIMOVSKIfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NORWAY||Mr. Egil ILSENGemail@example.com|
|OMAN||ISSAM Al Ryamifirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|POLAND||Mrs. Dorota MIRECKAfirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lt-Col. Stanislas HABUDAemail@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|PORTUGAL||SSgt. Ana Sofia ROMAO TEIXEIRAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|ROMANIA||Mrs. Claudia DUMINICAemail@example.com|
|SAUDI ARABIA||Mr. Syed Abdul Razzaqfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SERBIA||Ms. Marijana FILIĆemail@example.com|
|SINGAPORE||Mr. Paul LIM Y. S.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|SLOVAKIA||Mr. Stanislav JALOVIČIARemail@example.com|
|SLOVENIA||Mrs. Uršula ČETINAfirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|SPAIN||Mr. Rogerio SANCHEZfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SWEDEN||Mr Peter BOSTRÖMemail@example.com|
|TÜRKIYE||Ms. Medine AYGUNfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|UKRAINE||Col. Roman BABENCHUKemail@example.com|
|Col. Olha CHYKHACHOVAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|UNITED ARAB EMIRATES||UAE NCBemail@example.com|
|UNITED KINGDOM||Mr. Edward McGUIRE||NCBGBRNCAGE@mod.gov.uk|
|UNITED STATES||DLA Information Operations U.S. CAGE Programfirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
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