The Integrated Review set out the Government’s current assessment of the major trends that will shape the national security and international environment to 2030.
It described the changing nature and distribution of global power and a more competitive and multipolar world. Over the coming decade it identified overarching trends important to the UK and the changing international order:
It is within this socio-economic, climate changed world the Support Function must create Support Advantage and develop a resilient cost-conscious supply chain capability.
This event will explore ideas on how to exploit technological change and make better use of data to assure logistic support to a globally dispersed force.
The outputs and discussions will help develop MOD & Industry networks, enhance collaboration and uncover new opportunities to shape future Defence Support capability.
Places at the event are limited so please make sure you register. Location is The Engine Shed, Lincoln University.
Note: attendance is in person and there is no option for virtual attendance. The event will not be recorded.
Refreshments and a light buffet lunch will be provided in line with the agenda above.
Post event all material will be available to download from the Team Defence Information website.
Defence Support Sub Working Group
Facilitated by Team Defence Information the SWG provide a mechanism for Defence Support industry and academic engagement to inform their future force concepts and shape capability delivery plans. To be kept informed about these events then please sign-up to our mailing list by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always looking for venues and if you would like to host future events then please get in touch.
 Defence in a competitive age Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Defence by Command of Her Majesty March 2021