The German NAP was released in 2013 and covers the period 2013-2016. There was no lead agent specified, nevertheless the "Federal Government" is mentioned in the introduction.
Germany is taking part in the current military intervention against ISIS/Daesh in Iraq. Prior to that, Germany was involved in Operation Serval in Mali (2013-2014) and in the Afghanistan War (2001-2014). Germany is a key contributor to UN peacekeeping operations and NATO military missions, and provides international humanitarian relief and development assistance.
From a recent academic analysis: The German NAP is interesting because the Federal Government had made it clear in past years that it did not see the value in adopting a NAP and preferred a ‘mainstreaming approach’. Nevertheless, the Government adopted a NAP to “redouble the strategic orientation of its efforts in the implementation of Resolution 1325” (pg. 5). The NAP is relatively unspecific although it is fairly comprehensive in laying out many different activities under the six priority areas. The Germany NAP is the only NAP to include ‘Criminal Prosecution’ as a separate priority area. (Miller, Pournik, & Swaine, 2014)