Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. In an announcement, the Defence Ministry mentioned on Tuesday it acquired solutions from varied stakeholders operating into greater than 10,000 pages on the primary draft. PTI Final Up to date: July 28, 2020, 11:54 […]
In an announcement, the Defence Ministry mentioned on Tuesday it acquired solutions from varied stakeholders operating into greater than 10,000 pages on the primary draft.
- Final Up to date: July 28, 2020, 11:54 PM IST
The federal government issued an amended draft Defence Acquisition Process (DAP) on Tuesday, whereby it elaborated on easy methods to use “leasing” technique to get varied defence merchandise and on process to acquire info and communication know-how (ICT) methods for the armed forces.
The primary draft of the DAP, which was then referred to as Defence Procurement Process, was issued on March 20 this yr. In an announcement, the Defence Ministry mentioned on Tuesday it acquired solutions from varied stakeholders operating into greater than 10,000 pages on the primary draft.
Due to this fact, after analysing these solutions and holding conferences with stakeholders, the ministry mentioned, the amended DAP was issued.
The ministry mentioned there are 4 new chapters within the amended DAP — leasing; simplified capital expenditure process; acquisition of methods merchandise and ICT methods; procurement from DRDO (Defence Analysis and Improvement Organisation), DPSUs (Defence Public Sector Items) and OFB (Ordnance Manufacturing facility Board).
“The amended second draft (often called DAP) has since been finalised by the evaluate committee pushed by tenets of defence reforms introduced as a part of the ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ and has been positioned within the public area,” the ministry mentioned.
The stakeholders can ship their feedback on the amended draft by August 10, 2020.
In March, the primary draft of the DAP had launched “leasing” as one of many classes to get defence tools at inexpensive charges. The second draft has a complete chapter on it explaining the phrases, situations and process for procurement underneath the “leasing” technique.
The DAP is issued to make sure well timed procurement of finest army tools and platforms for the armed forces by way of optimum utilisation of budgetary sources.
Furthermore, the DAP’s focus can also be on selling self-reliance in defence tools manufacturing, with an final intention to develop India as a worldwide defence manufacturing hub.
The DAP stays in place for a interval of 5 years. The final DAP was issued in 2016.
In line with the Division of Defence Manufacturing, India goals to export defence merchandise value Rs 15,000 crore in 2020-21. Between April 1 and July 23, India has been in a position to export defence tools and platforms value Rs 1,892 crore, it mentioned on its web site.
In 2019-20 and 2018-19, India’s defence exports stood at Rs 9,115 crore and Rs 8,320 crore, respectively, the division famous.