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All 15 results for "Cassidian"

Drones: Code of Conduct — Question for Short Debate (25 Jun 2013)

Earl Attlee: ...UK industry-led consortium focusing on the development of technologies, systems and procedures with a specific emphasis on unmanned aircraft systems. The consortium is led by seven UK companies—AOS, BAE Systems, Cassidian, Cobham, Qinetiq, Rolls-Royce and Thales—plus a further 70 SMEs and universities. The aim of the programme is to enable the routine use of UAS in all classes...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Eurofighter Typhoon (26 Mar 2012)

Gerald Howarth: ...can assure him that we and BAE Systems are taking a very active part not only in preparing ourselves in case the Indians would like us to resubmit and talk to us again, but in discussions with EADS, Cassidian, the German Government and our other two partners. We are also working very hard on the export drive to make up for the loss and damage done by Labour when it was in government.

Typhoon Aircraft (Exports) (7 Mar 2012)

Gerald Howarth: ...of all to encourage a customer to turn to a company. We stand ready. I have to say that, in this case, the UK is not and never has been in the lead. The campaign in India has been led from the outset by Germany and EADS Cassidian, not by the UK and BAE Systems. A great strength of Typhoon is that it is proven on combat operations, as we found out in Libya. I thought that it might help if I...

Written Answers — Defence: Defence: Procurement (25 Nov 2011)

Peter Luff: ...time scale for delivery, as set out in the 2011 Major Projects Review (in-service date) is June 2012. The primary contractor is the Eurofighter GmbH consortium, which comprises Alenia, BAE Systems and Cassidian.

Backbench Business — [Un-allotted Day]: BAE Systems (24 Nov 2011)

Peter Luff: ...GmbH industrial consortium—I emphasise industry, not Government—to slow down the rate of Typhoon aircraft production in order to free up and sustain sufficient industrial capacity in the Eurofighter partner companies, comprising Alenia, BAE Systems and Cassidian, and to service export orders. The UK, along with the other partner nation Governments, agreed to the...

Betting Shops: Communitites and local government (19 Jul 2011)

Bill Wiggin: ...being wasted on an over-complex, centrally imposed solution that was not proportionate to the risks faced and failed to engage with the fire and rescue services. When it was clear that the main contractor, Cassidian, could not deliver the IT system within an acceptable time frame, we had no option but to close the project down last December. We were not going to commit any more resources...

Written Ministerial Statements — Communities and Local Government: Fire and Rescue Service (20 Dec 2010)

Bob Neill: ...time, the project has experienced delays and delivery problems. The progress of the project has caused serious concern, and so in June this year I made it clear to the main FiReControl contractor, Cassidian (formerly EADS Defence and Security), that the main IT system must now be delivered to time, cost and quality. At this point, we activated a key milestone in their contract requiring...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Services: East of England (29 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: ...FiReControl project, initiated by the last Government, is over-budget and behind schedule. In June this year we activated a key milestone in our contract with the main contractor, EADS (now branded Cassidian), for delivery of the FiReControl project. This required EADS to complete the main system in three control centres by mid-2011. Because their record has not improved on delivery of the...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Services: North West (23 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: ...until after mid-2011 on current timetables. It is not one of the first three control centres in which the IT system is required to be completed by the main FiReControl contractor EADS (now branded Cassidian) for that date. I refer the hon. Member to the answer given to the hon. Member for Tamworth (Christopher Pincher) on 15 November 2010, Official Report, column 537W, for steps that...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Services: East of England (16 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: ...until after mid-2011 on current timetables. It is not one of the first three control centres in which the IT system is required to be completed by the main FiReControl contractor EADS (now branded Cassidian) for that date. I refer my hon. Friend to the answer given to my hon. Friend the Member for Tamworth (Christopher Pincher) on 15 November 2010, Official Report, column 537W, for...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Eads (15 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: In June this year we activated a key milestone in our contract with the main contractor, EADS (now branded Cassidian), for delivery of the FiReControl project. This required EADS to complete the main system in three control centres by mid-2011. Because their record has not improved on delivery of the project, we informed EADS on 8 November that we consider them to be in material breach of...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Emergency Services (1 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: ...payments over a 20 or 25 year period. As with all major Government projects FiReControl is being reviewed to ensure value-for-money for the taxpayer. We have been clear that EADS (now branded as Cassidian) must deliver to time, cost and quality. This Government are not prepared to pour any more taxpayers' money into funding their further delays, nor can they cut any corners in the quality...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Emergency Services (1 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: ...accommodation and contribute to costs. As with all major Government projects FiReControl is being reviewed to ensure value-for-money for the taxpayer. We have been clear that EADS (now branded as Cassidian) must deliver to time, cost and quality. This Government are not prepared to pour any more taxpayers' money into funding their further delays, nor can they cut any corners in the quality...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Services: North East (1 Nov 2010)

Bob Neill: ...Durham, is fully constructed and fitted out. The Department for Communities and Local Government has activated a key milestone in its contract with the main FiReControl contractor EADS (now branded Cassidian) requiring them to deliver the completed IT system in three control centres by mid-2011. The north-east control centre is one of these. The first Fire and Rescue Services would switch...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Services (18 Oct 2010)

Bob Neill: As with all major Government projects FiReControl is being reviewed to ensure value-for-money for the taxpayer. We have activated a milestone in our contract with EADS (now branded as Cassidian) that requires them to deliver the main IT system in three Control Centres by mid-2011. We have been clear that EADS must deliver to time, cost and quality. This Government are not prepared to pour any...


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