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How to become a NLLP user 

     NATO promotes the sharing of all LL related information with all bodies from the NCS, NFS, nations, partners, academic and research organizations, IOs and NGOs.

User accounts are managed by the JALLC.

However, while granting access to the users, the managers will respect NATO policies on information security as follows:

- Users from NATO structures – for the NS NLLP, users from AIS domain will be automatically signed in; for those outside AIS domain access will be granted based on official email address. For the NU NLLP, access will be granted based on official email address. Time limitations can be set up depending on the position held, usually for three years.

- Users from NATO nations (for NU NLLP) – National POCs will be provided with access. Requesters will be granted access based on their official email address, usually for three years.

- Users from operations - NATO nations and TCN (for NU NLLP) – Users will be granted access based on their official/mission email address, usually for one year.

- Users from partner countries (for NU NLLP) – a national POC will be granted access based on security clearance and official email address. This POC will request access for others based on security clearance, official email and “need to know”. Access will be granted as required but for a period of two years at most, and the POC will be their sponsor during the period.

- Users from IOs – EU, UN, OSCE, AU etc. (for NU NLLP) - Institutional POCs will be granted access based on security clearance and official email address. This POCs will request access for others based on security clearance, official email and “need to know”. Access will be granted by JALLC COS decision, for a period of one year at most, and the POC will be their sponsor during the period.

- Users from academic and research bodies, NGOs – Universities, Red Cross, Red Crescent etc(for NU NLLP). Institutional POCs will be granted access based on an official letter sent to JALLC/NATO HQ/Bi-SC, security clearance, official email address, “need to know” and JALLC COS decision. For these requests and for other not mentioned requests, access will be granted on a case by case basis, for a period of six months at most, and the POC will be the sponsor during the period.

- Users involved in different projects/exercises – if not NATO nations, access will be granted for the project/exercise period, sponsored by a Project Manager / DIREX based on security clearance.