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DSEI 2017: UK procurement process could eliminate innovation

11th September 2017 - 15:00 GMT | by Alice Budge in London

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Ahead of DSEI the UK procurement process has come under scrutiny as industry leaders question its future flexibility. 

ADS Group chief executive, Paul Everitt laid bare his concerns regarding the UK defence procurement process at the launch of the ADS annual industry guides in London.

When discussing the challenges facing future UK procurement programmes Everitt called on the government to adopt a more flexible approach. 

In particular he identified the government’s continued focus on competition as one area that needs to be reassessed to ensure it is delivering value for money for the tax payer and providing the correct equipment

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