Defence Industrial Strategy

Author: Great Britain: Ministry of Defence
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 0101669720
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This strategy document sets out the Government's analysis of the UK's defence industrial capabilities requirement, and is divided into three parts: i) a strategic overview including information on the principles and processes that underpin ...

The Defence Industrial Strategy

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Defence Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215033840
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Government response to the 6th report (HC 177, session 2006-07, ISBN 9780215032454)

Defence Equipment 2009

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Defence Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215526540
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Progress in implementing the Defence Industrial Strategy 39. We have heard
mixed messages about the progress made in implementing the Defence
Industrial Strategy (DIS). The MoD reports that good progress has been made in
most of the industrial sectors. However, we have heard several concerns from
industry, including concerns that the progress has been slower than hoped, that
the expected transparency has not materialised, and that the DIS was "on hold".
In its response to ...

The Strategic Defence And Security Review

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Defence Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215554604
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We were advised that the process of defence acquisition reform— beyond the
programme proposed by Lord Drayson, the then Minister of State for Strategic
Defence Acquisition Reform, and subsequently endorsed by the new
Government — will halt until the Review is completed.16 While the SDSR will
have to deal in some respects with industrial issues and procurement reform
more generally, and may signal greater certainty for the defence industry about
which capabilities are to ...

Current Developments In European Defence Policy 20th Report Of Session 2007 08 Report With Evidence House Of Lords Paper 145 Session 2007 08

Author: Bernan
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780104013434
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Mr Hall has given some indication that there are a number of small players but
the European defence industry itself, in terms of prime contactors, there are
competitive companies but you can probably number them on the fingers of one
hand: EADS, BAE Systems, Finmeccanica, Thales and so on and so forth. We do
support it and we think it echoes much of the work that we have been trying to do
with the Defence Industrial Strategy through things like the electronic bulletin
board which ...

The Defence Strategy For Acquisition Reform

Author: Great Britain: Ministry of Defence
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780101779623
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Improved relationship with industry Supporting Defence priorities. 6.1 We have
contracts with around 29,000 suppliers but approximately 40% of the £20Bn we
spend each year on acquisition is with just ten companies. So managing the
industrial aspects of Defence acquisition requires a broad, flexible and long-term
approach, that works in relation to both major contractors and small and medium-
sized enterprises. 6.2 Our 2005 Defence Industrial Strategy (DIS) set out how we
would ...

Defence Equipment 2010

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Defence Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215544223
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to continue to deliver the highest priority defence capabilities. We believe that
spending less on research and technology will make the UK Defence Industrial
Base progressively less competitive and will make the Defence Industrial
Strategy inoperable. To compromise the future development of defence
technology, in order to make proportionately small short term contributions to the
management of the equipment programme funding gap, is ill-judged. The
research programme cannot ...

Adaptability And Partnership

Author: Great Britain. Ministry of Defence
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780101779425
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The main elements of the Strategy are measures to: # ensure our equipment
plans are - and remain - strategically aligned, affordable and achievable; #
improve skills, management and decision-making; and # strengthen our
relationship with industry. 5.15 This will require an effective relationship with a
strong defence industry. In 2005, the Defence Industrial Strategy (DIS) set out a
comprehensive statement of how the Government would engage with industry on
the acquisition of ...

Naval Modernisation In South East Asia

Author: Geoffrey Till
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135953945
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4.1 Introduction It is meaningless to lump together all ASEAN defence acquisition
strategies, across all member nations, arguing that there is a common acquisition
pattern, a 'model', ifyou will. ... been, and remains, one of the enduring hallmarks
of Asian defence-industrial strategy.1 For sure, it has been a harder and more
elusive goal to secure, particularly in an era of (defence) globalisation, but the
concept continues to be at the heart of everything that defence represents,
particularly ...

Ministry Of Defence

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215029362
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It reflects the spirit of the Defence Industrial Strategy but whether it fed directly
into it, Sir Peter may want to say something. Sir Peter Spencer: It did feed straight
into it. One of the Smart Acquisition principles was that should have a more
intelligent engagement with industry and, as we recognised three years ago
when we did a stock take of the implementation of those principles, there was a
problem with compliance and take-up. This has been very much reinforced by
these worked ...