While informed debate is beneficial to the democratic process, it is absolutely critical to progress and growth. Articles in this edition of FrontLine Defence prove once again the complexities of the defence world.
Focus on the need for a robust system to challenge requirements specifications and the need to make defendable discretionary decisions to stay on track.
Are you relieved that we are turning the clocks back to the pre-sole-sourcing days of the CF-18 replacement?
Clear policies and strong strategies are the critical links that are repeatedly called for by so many in the defence communities.
With this great summer weather, one might expect FrontLine’s editorial lineup to be on the light side. We have instead, some serious summer reading on many aspects of defence procurement.
We’ve already established that Canada’s defence procurement process is painful, but why is that so?
Defence Procurement, SAR and Communication Control.
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter," said Martin Luther King Jr., a strong leader during a tumultuous time.
New Years' Resolutions – Let's get the right expertise in the right position, at the right time.
Now that it has a majority, will the federal government relax a bit or tighten its grip on what they like to call “communication” but what is actually “control of information”?