Over the next decade, the Ministry of Defence is committed to spending over £178Bn on equipment and support.
Learn more about the latest opportunities with MOD and Innovation in the Defence Supply Chain in the latest version of “Doing Business with Defence”.
MOD procurement activity
As one of the largest public procurement organisations in Europe, it is the MOD’s responsibility to ensure that UK security is protected.
The MOD works with suppliers from all over the world to fulfill the needs of its procurement activity. In the latest edition of “Doing Business with Defence” it states that:
“Defence has a major role to play in delivering the government’s growth and enterprise agenda – the MOD accounts for over 40% of all government spend with industry“
The organisation is responsible for many complex and technologically advanced projects, therefore it must work with businesses with unique expert capabilities when completing work in the following categories:
- Technology: cloud and digital, network services, software, and technology products and services
- Equipment & Support: ships, aircraft, vehicles, weapons, missiles (maintenance and repair)
- Infrastructure: construction, hard and soft facilities management, property consultancy
Opportunities for Suppliers
The MOD wants to eliminate the challenges faced by SME businesses when looking for work with the defence sector.
The “Doing Business with Defence” brochure outlines areas of opportunity for suppliers that want to work with the defence sector – some that have already been included in the Defence Equipment Plan.
Download the Doing business with defence document.
Work with the MOD
Would you like to work with the Ministry of Defence?
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