Travel management company HRG has been awarded the contract to deliver travel management services to NATO.
The three-year deal follows an “extensive bidding process” and will involve a phased approach to service delivery.
NATO will deploy a range of technology, including some of HRG’s proprietary products, such as HRG Insight, across its global entities.
Mike Holmes, worldwide government services director for HRG, said: “This contract marks a true milestone in the way NATO has procured and managed travel services and all of us in HRG are truly delighted to be able to make today’s announcement.
“The tender process was extremely professional and thorough, enabling HRG to demonstrate its expertise and position as a world leading provider of corporate services to deliver the optimal service for NATO.”
Holmes added: “NATO has high expectations and has set us challenging targets which we are looking forward to achieving.”
Earlier this year, HRG said the growth of online self-booking of travel has caused revenues to fall at the TMC for the first three months of the financial year.