Published on July 29, 2021

On 29 July 2010 The North Atlantic Council accredited Human Intelligence Centre of Excellence (HUMINT COE) as NATO Centre of Excellence and activated it as International Military Organization.
The HUMINT COE’s central position in the NATO HUMINT Community of Interest and its relation with NATO Strategic and Operational Commands, or other external partners, the custodianship of NATO HUMINT doctrine and procedures, the involvement in concept development and management of lessons learned and best practices, or the dual presence in the educational arena, as HUMINT Department Head and NATO accredited education and training facility, are prominent marks for the COE’s steadfast commitment in support of NATO.
Managing to overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, HUMINT COE continued pursuing its objectives through the outstanding dedication and efforts of its personnel, proving institutional resilience and continuous relevance for NATO requests for support. Developing its relational networking with Academia and Industry, our Centre is committed to keep the pace with the societal changes and the advance of technology, leveraging innovation and projecting the framework for an adaptive HUMINT organization.
At 11 years of active contribution to NATO, HUMINT COE is prepared to engage in new development programs and projects aimed to transform the Human Intelligence domain in line with Alliance’s priorities, in a continuously and rapidly changing world.