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Special Post – Procurement: DAI Success Strategy by Andy Akrouche

June 9, 2014

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“To be truly successful, the Defence Analytics Institute or DAI has to take the program beyond itself to deliver results” – Andy Akrouche Editor’s Note: Defence spending is a hot topic lately on both sides of the Atlantic, as government’s are challenging Defence Departments to do a better job in terms of procurement.  Andy Akrouche who […]

Bridging the gap between PPP promise and successful outcomes by Andy Akrouche

February 28, 2014

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Originally posted on Relational Contracting Intelligence Blog:
“Recent failures, bailouts, and excessive costs show that the risk analyses and value-for-money accounting used to justify P3s are clearly flawed and cover up the true costs and risks for the public.” Such as the one from which the above excerpt has been taken, there are no shortages…

Understanding the Changes in Defence Spending by Andy Akrouche

February 14, 2014

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Originally posted on Relational Contracting Intelligence Blog:
When news broke earlier this month that there were major changes being implemented regarding Defence spending in Canada, no one was really surprised.  Change as they say was inevitable. The question is what does it really mean? Over the next week I will be posting several articles that…

Focus on building relationships that create sustainable value in Canada key to CF-18 Hornet replacement contract (Part 1) by Andy Akrouche

March 21, 2013

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Editor’s Note: The following article is from the Relational Contracting Intelligence blog by Andy Akrouche. Given the high profile debate surrounding Canada’s failed F-35 fighter jet acquisition, the timing of Akrouche’s article could not be better. “I am not pro or against the technology, I just want to build value in Canada. So let’s take […]