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Major increases in China's procurement spending are changing the country's defence industry
The most effective methods for dealing with acquisition problems are not traditional analytical approaches, but something more agile and human
The implementation of the Bowman programme has caused much pain - largely because the programme has been underpinned by several false assumptions
Dr Storr has hit many nails on the head - and the digitisation geeks must explain to senior management the true benefits and risks of the programme
Dr Storr is wrong - neither digitisation nor the organistations that have steered it have failed
Analysis of planned defence expenditure in both the UK and the US shows that defence spending has peaked - and is likely to decline sharply
John Appelby and Edward Foster
In 1990 RUSI brought out Whitehall paper 6, entitled 1992: Protectionism or Collaboration in Defence Procurement. Much of its substance remains valid three years on, since the process of streamlining...
Sir John Weston
The Seminar on the Democratic Management of Defence was held at RUSI in May 1992. This Whitehall Paper is taken from the proceedings of the Seminar. It is not a verbatim report, but a summary of...
RUSI Working Group