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Transformation initiatives are underway across all Defence Community organisations to deliver new and better outcomes in the face of today's challenges.
Effective Information Management is a key driver in the push to achieve future Network Enabled Capability and allow the MoD and allied defence organisations to achieve their objectives.
Re-engineering processes to ensure that risk is minimised, resources are used to their full potential and cost efficiencies can be achieved are key concerns for the defence, security and intelligence communities.
A re-focussing of the approach to essential business functions, such as HR, is a fundamental part of the transformation process.
BT plays a key role in the transformation processes underpinning the Defence Community's drive to become more efficient and cost effective.
BT today announced the launch of Research In Motion’s (Nasdaq: RIMM; TSX: RIM) BlackBerry Enterprise Server for the defence and security service sectors at the Defence Systems and Equipment International exhibition.
Contract amendment valued at $12,900,000 for the supply of radio spares and ancillary products for the U.S. Army’s WIN-T Program.
Ultra Electronics is awarded a contract amendment valued at US $50,000,000 for the supply of its AN/GRC-245A HCLOSTM radios, spares and associated equipment for TRC190 communication shelters for the U.S. Army’s WIN-T Program.
Brugg Cables offer a new solution for location of breakages in military and defence communications.
Brugg Cables offer rugged military and defence communications equipment together with supporting cables, cable infrastructure and training.