The Essential MOD Guide to Defence Procurement 2017 contains key insights, analysis and commentary put together across more than 100 pages to provide an essential companion for both buyers and suppliers hoping to win more defence tenders in 2017.
But what’s included in the guide? Here are four key areas which will help you take advantage of opportunities in the year ahead.
Defence Spending Analysis
The UK spends approximately £20bn on defence procurement each year, and remains one of only five NATO member states to meet the alliance’s goal of spending 2% of GDP on defence annually.
Our in-depth defence spending analysis and detailed breakdown of UK and global defence expenditure can provide you with key insights which can help you win more defence contracts.
Defence spending can be notoriously difficult to forecast due to the costs of operations and conflict prevention fluctuating significantly from year to year. Moreover, geopolitical events can have an impact on defence expenditure and dictate where money will be spent in the coming year.
However, one way to gain an insight into future spending trends is to examine where the money has been spent in the past, and this is where our spend analysis comes in.
Our detailed breakdown of UK and global defence spend includes numbers on:
- Major equipment projects
- Top suppliers to the MOD
- MOD contracts with SMEs
- UK defence and security export statistics
- Analysis of global military expenditure
What is being spent in the industry? What is it being spent on? Who is winning the contracts?
Outlines of Ministry of Defence plans for 2017
For both suppliers and buyers, it’s essential to keep up to date with the latest developments and innovations in the industry, and being aware of Ministry of Defence plans and key priorities for the year will help your company win more Ministry of Defence tenders of all sizes.
With 2016 bringing about considerable political upheaval, such as Britain’s decision to leave the EU, it’s arguably more important than ever to gain an insight into the MOD’s agenda for the coming year. This will help your organisation take advantage of any lucrative opportunities which are likely to become available.
Our guide has information on the latest industry trends, including:
Prepare yourself for the challenges ahead, and gain insights into the MOD’s defence procurement agenda which will help you adapt and innovate.
Unique content and views of key defence contributors
The Essential MOD Guide to Defence Procurement 2017 is crammed full of essential reading for both buyers and suppliers alike seeking to gain crucial insights from key defence contributors which will keep you a step ahead of the competition.
These valuable insights are absolutely vital for organisations wishing to win their slice of the pie by making sure that they keep up to date with the latest market trends. Our hand-picked contributors discuss specific topics worth keeping an eye on in 2017, as well as wider trends which you simply won’t be able to ignore.
Learn about cyber security and how to protect your organisation from cyber attacks with Simon Bowyer of QinetiQ, and gain an insight into future trends in defence acquisition and procurement with Stuart Young of Cranfield University. Elsewhere, learn about the threat that radicalisation and extremism poses to the national security of the UK with John Baker, Head of Global Operations for the National Security and Resilience Consortium.
Defence Contractors List
Our guide also features a detailed Defence Contractors List, which is a veritable ‘who’s who’ of the main players in the defence industry covering an extensive range of products, services and works requirements.
This contact list is extremely useful for those involved in the industry, and is indispensable for companies who are seeking advice on how to win more mod tenders. Companies of all sizes can identify opportunities and act on them immediately with the detailed information on all of the major players in the industry, with their most up-to-date contact details provided.
Our guide features an extensive contact list including:
- Trade Associations
- Agencies and Other MOD Teams and Organisations
- Commands and Centre Teams
- DE&S Operating Centres
- Directory of Prime Contractors
- MOD Key Supplier Contacts
- Industry Contacts
This is an incredibly useful professional tool in an industry where knowing who to contact for the services you provide is key to winning more business.
Having all of this information in one place will save you hours of research, allowing you to spend less time searching for opportunities and more defence contracts.