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Category Archives: Proc Policy

IPR ISSUES IN DEFENCE PROCUREMENT

Emerging markets, such as India, have made incremental gains and embraced positive rhetoric with their IP policies, but they have not yet followed up with the legislative reforms innovators need. Author analyses —

The stupendous 30-point jump in the global ease-of-doing business index this...

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ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS

The Indian Electronic Systems market is expected to grow under 'Make in India' initiative, as about 65% of the current demand for electronic products is met by imports. This highlights the need for creating ecosystems for capability building in the sector. 

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GST ROLLOUT IN DEFENCE

The GST is an indirect tax regime that replaces all the central and state taxes with a aim to do away with a highly complex tax regime involving multiple layers of taxation by the centre and the states. The author analyses the impact...

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INCREASING REQUIREMENT FOR ELECTRONIC FUZING OF AMMUNITION

With the increase in air threat envelope due to multiplicity of air threat platforms, there is a need to enhance the lethality and accuracy of the present Artillery, Mortar, Air defence and Ammunition System.  The author examines the emerging opportunities—

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INDO-US DEFENCE CO-OPERATION EMERGING TREND

The Indo-US relations have their own dynamics and imperatives. The recent new framework of Indo-US defence relationship has helped in collaboration in defence and in other sector as well.

Indo-US relations have their own dynamics and imperatives. The ties between the two countries have...

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WAKING UP TO THE REALITIES!

The structure and growth of the domestic defence industry is driven by the procurement policy of the Government. The reforms are an ongoing process; and the Government and industry will have to work together to create an eco-system, which is required for the growth and sustainability of the defence sector and this would...

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STREAMLINING DEFENCE PROCUREMENT PROCESS

The ineffective acquisition process is hindering the industry to provide the required equipment to the Defence Services. The delay can be avoided, if the concerned authorities, at various stages, follow the timeline. Additionally, there is no accountability due to non-integration and involvement of various independent...

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QUALITY & RISK ASSESSMENT: INTEGRAL TO PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT

A new autonomous Defence Procurement Organization (DPO) is need of the hour, to work directly under the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to deal with the procurement for the Armed Forces. The organisation need to have accountability and transparency with a mandate to manage delivery within the agreed...
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