Discussion group involving MOD, Industry and representation from THE CMMC Center of Excellence identifying issues and putting forward solutions to accomodate the attainment and maintenance of new US DoD Supply Chain Certification requirements.
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Committee for Automatic Testing Systems for Defence
To Optimise test systems and test programmes used to support equipment across Defence. This committee is a forum that allows MOD and industry to co-operate to their mutual advantage, working and agreeing on best practices associated with Automatic Test Systems (ATS) and providing a coherent input into the IEEE SCC20 standards. (Chair is the MOD Delegated Representative to the IEEE SCC20) Attendees from MOD, DECA, Industry instrument and system suppliers, UK and foreign.
Commodity Usage Partnership & Assurance
A community assurance approach for commodity product and services. Creating a ‘Which?’ style approach to reduce the cost and risk of commodity service/software acquisition. Eventually helping to secure the digital backbone through a network of SME assessors. Owned by UKCeB, chaired by MOD, but covering cross-government stakeholders.
Defence Standard 00-600
Def Stan 00-600 is the Integrated Logistic Support Requirements for MOD Projects. It describes the overall context of Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) in the MOD and provides a guidance framework in which to contract for ILS in the procurement and in-service support of Defence products.
Forecasting & Resource Planning (F&RP)
A Forecasting & Resource Planning (F&RP) Working Group to help co-ordinate practical aspects of this MOD/Industry collaboration.
Microsoft 365 Working Group
Working with MOD, Microsoft and Team Defence to ensure secure configuration and exploitation of O365 tools.
Multi Domain Integration
A new MOD/ TD-Info working group is proposed to engage the Private Sector, (Industry and Academic) inputs into helping deliver the MOD Multi Domain Integration concept and change programme. The group is sponsored by Maj Gen Robin Anderton Brown in Strategic Command. The group will explore MDI challenges and opportunities through regular workshops, starting with: >Exploring the IR, DCP and DSIS from an MDI Perspective – June/July 21 >Exploring the Capability Management Strategy 2021, once in releasable draft form.
Supportability Modelling and Analysis Working Group
A working group that seeks to identify and promulgate good practice in life cycle cost modelling across the UK Defence sector and contribute to the realisation of the DSCM vision.
To support and drive the successful implementation and exploitation of Digital Procurement between MOD and it’s Trading Partner community, through the adoption of best practice processes and technologies.
We have a number of “Working Groups” established to advance the mutual knowledge and understanding of a specific topic that is timely, defined, and relevant to Industry and MOD.
Each Working Group provides the focus for an area of innovative research and development invariably leading to the definition of mutually agreed standards, publication of a White Paper, or initiation of a collaborative Industry/MOD Project.
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The DAM CoP Task 1 Team will meet at the Team Defence Information office in Rudgeway. The Agenda will be added when available. [CalendarButtons...
The purpose of the Information Security Forum (ISF) is to provide better ways of working securely across Team Defence by identifying key issues and agreeing on common approaches to resolution by sharing good practice, collaborating on accreditation standards,...
UK MOD is conscious that Other Nations are seeking to place Cyber Security Requirements on the UK Defence Supply Base (DSB), and have already published an interim position on this (ISN 2021/03). In order to inform a variety of ongoing Government to Government...
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VIMA is proud to announce it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by KBR. KBR delivers science, technology and engineering solutions to governments and companies around the world. KBR employs approximately 28,000 people performing diverse, complex...
Introduction from our Managing Director, Phil Williams Dear TD-Info members We’re heading towards the mid-year point, and what a year it has been. We are busily preparing for the third of our major conferences this year, Defence Information ’22. Post-Covid, we are...
“Our ambition to ‘unleash the power of data’ is stronger than ever. Our future will be shaped by how we protect and exploit Defence’s assets. Data will become our second most important asset only behind our People. This is the clear intent of our Data...