Sustainability in Defence Acquisition: Maintaining the Momentum
RUSI Journal, Apr 2012, Vol. 157, No. 2
By Clive Murgatroyd
Sustainability is a key principle for the long-term future of defence procurement. Despite recent advancement and a recognition of its importance in the Strategic Defence and Security Review and the National Security Strategy, decisions on future military capabilities are likely to be dominated by short-term financial concerns. Clive Murgatroyd explores the risks of sidelining sustainability for the long-term relevance, affordability and resilience of the UK’s military capabilities.
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Further Analysis: Defence Management, Equipment and Acquisitions, UK Defence