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UK MoD confirms future C4ISR projects

15th May 2012 - 16:30 GMT | by in London


The UK’s MoD is to pump £4billion into C4ISR programmes following the eradication of a £38billion ‘black hole’ in the defence budget, the government has claimed.

Outlining the latest planning round (PR12) on 14 May, the defence secretary Philip Hammond claimed that the defence budget deficit has been ‘wiped out for the first time in a generation’ and described how the MoD’s ‘core equipment programme’ would be fully funded for the next ten years.

C4ISR programmes set to benefit from the move include Cipher, Solomon, Crowsnest, Defence Core Network Services (DCNS) and Falcon projects. Additionally, Hammond announced the introduction of

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