Security of supply ensures a functioning society under all circumstances

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10.02.2021 |

NESA’s scenario project finished and report now available also in English

The scenario report “The new normal of security of supply” prepared by the National Emergency Supply Agency (NESA) explores the permanent changes in the operating environment caused by the coronavirus...
02.12.2020 |

“Security of supply in a post-COVID-19 world” -scenario planning carried out by NESA

The National Emergency Supply Agency is carrying out a scenario planning to map the...
19.08.2020 |

Protective equipment airlifted to Finland

At the height of the pandemic crisis, Finland was supplied with critically important protective...
14.08.2020 |

Newly appointed CEO Janne Känkänen: The NESA has all the prerequisites to maintain first-class preparedness

The Finnish Government has appointed Bachelor of Political Science Janne Känkänen as CEO of...

Security of Supply

Co-operation designed to maintain society’s basic economic functions

Security of supply refers to society’s ability to maintain the basic economic functions required for ensuring people’s livelihood, the overall functioning and safety of society, and the material preconditions for military defence in the event of serious disruptions and emergencies.

Security of supply is based on the inherent structures of the economy

Security of supply is grounded in well-functioning markets and a competitive economy. The markets, however, may not always be sufficient to maintain society’s fundamental economic and other critical functions amid disruptions and emergencies. For this reason, diverse security of supply measures are employed to ensure the continuity of national critical infrastructure and services under all circumstances.

Security of supply: scenarios 2030

“Security of supply: scenarios 2030” -report has been published by National Emergency Supply Organization.

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