The NSAC is funded by annual fees from its members, a contribution from the relevant Member States and a maximum contribution of €300,000 (or up to 90% of the budget) from the European Commission. The European Commission’s contribution is determined annually, based on membership’s contributions and proposed budget.
The membership fee is €500 for members of the General Assembly, €1000 for members of the Executive Committee and €2500 for Member States.
View our 2021-22 budget here: NSAC Budget 2021-22.
NSAC members can claim travel and subsistence associated with NSAC meetings by downloading the NSAC Travel and Subsistence Claim and returning it to the NSAC Secretariat at email@example.com.
View our policy here: Travel & Subsistence Policy
RULES OF PROCEDURE
The NSAC operates within a set of procedures and policies agreed by its membership – the NSAC Rules of Procedure. Our Rules of Procedure outline the aims and purpose of the NSAC. A general Rules of Procedure document is accessible below. Rules on specific procedures are available on request.
View our rules of procedure here: NSAC-Rules-of-Procedure-2020
The NSAC is registered in The Netherlands. A summary of our legal statutes is provided below and a full version is available on request.
View our legal statutes here: NSAC NL Statutes 2019_sum