Camcode faced high pressure after they were chosen by The Netherlands to create and aid in the implementation of a brand-new UID policy for the 6,000-employee Defence Materiel Organisation, which manages among other departments small arms, controlled cryptographic items and medical equipment for The Netherlands air force, army, navy and military police.
They were responsible for devising an item unique identification (UID) policy for the Netherlands that would allow the MoD to take optimal advantage of SAP's automated identification technology and comply with NATO's relatively new standard for UID, STANAG 2290. At that time, the United States was the only other NATO country to have embraced UID with its standard MIL-STD-130, first introduced in 2005.
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