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Strategic Partnership Model to give Private Sector Push in Defence Production

The strategic partnership model, mooted as part of Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) is getting a renewed focus from the Centre. This is expected to provide a major fillip to the participation of private sector in defence manufacturing. Defence ministry has started consulting with industry experts in this regard. The model will set out guidelines by which Indian private players can join collaborations with global giants who specializes in critical military systems and platforms.

The Strategic Partnership Model is an important tool in the Defence Ministry’s  ‘make in India’ policy. The model was proposed by Dhirendra Singh committee in 2015.  The Defence Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley is keen on the model getting into fruition.

Centre is trying to sort out the likely challenges and facilitate the private players so that the stalled projects- especially the single engine fighter aircraft and new line of submarines( crucial in the wake of scorpene data leak)- could be back on track. The Centre has organized meetings with industry representatives which would be attended by Mr. Jaitley and Defence Secretary G. Mohan Kumar. According to ministry sources the final version of the Strategic Partnership model  outlining the guidelines will be out in two months after all the consultation processes and a final clearance by the Defence Acquisition Council.
 

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