MilTech 2017, February 13 2017, Brussels – In this challenging landscape, companies in the defence and security industry must develop a strategy not only to win the contracts, but also to avoid potential bid protests. It is vital to have a complete understanding not only of the new requirements that bidders will have to meet, but also of the significant opportunities you can benefit from. MilTech 2017 has been carefully researched with the market, in order to provide the latest information from the most experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the field.
Key EU member states defence procurement agencies, in-house procurement and pricing senior executives from leading defence contractors and subcontractors, and leading lawyers will share the latest developments as well as comprehensive and practical insights on:
- The real benefits and opportunities of regulated EU defence markets
- Impact of Brexit on defence markets
- EU National Defence Procurement Authorities’ perspective on the transposition of the new Procurement Rules
- Circumstances in which the interests of national security may still be used to avoid public competition
- Consequences of introducing competition for the production phase of a programme
- Defence procurement and offset: clarifying the legality of offset
- Remedying a breach of the Defence Procurement Rules
- Challenging a Defence Contracting Authority award decision
- Successful U.S. bid protests within the defence sector
- How to meet the “security of supply” and “security of information” criteria
- Ensuring effective information control of subcontractors and mitigating the risk of liability
There is no other event on the market today that is so comprehensive and practical in its analysis of the opportunities available and the complex issues involved for defence procurement professionals. Take this opportunity to hear from the most experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the field and network with peers and colleagues who share similar concerns.