India’s Defence Procurement Procedure: Missing the Wood for the Trees

India’s Defence Procurement Procedure: Missing the Wood for the Trees  The Ninth iteration of the main parts of the Defence Procurement Procedure 2016 (DPP 2016) for the capital acquisition of weapons and systems for the Indian armed forces was issued without much fanfare after a long period of anticipation on 28 March 2016 at the DefExpo in Goa.  Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar announced the release and wisely stated that this was available on the Ministry of Defence website rather than as a paper for this would have diverted all eyes at the DefExpo on the document. Flattering to deceive, the [incomplete] document that has been the longest in making taking almost three years instead of the usual two plus for issue of the next edition, there are few changes from the pr...
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