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- Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Military Aircraft (9 January 2015)
Angus Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, if he will place in the Library a copy of the document, 201110314 Collision Warning System Analysis Impact V1 3, produced by Qinetiq in November 2011.
- Young People: Alternatives to University — Motion to Take Note (23 October 2014)
Baroness Prosser: ...;s Premier Inns. Hospitality is, of course, a large and growing part of our economy and the company has pledged to provide 50% of its training opportunities to 16 to 24 year-old NEETs. We also met with the car builders Nissan, QinetiQ, the providers of high-tech services, Rolls-Royce, M&S, HSBC, Nestlé and others. One theme which came through loud and clear was the shortage of...
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Defence Growth Partnership (4 September 2014)
Matthew Hancock: Companies currently represented on the Steering Committee are Airbus Group, Atkins, Babcock, BAE Systems, Cobham, Finmeccanica, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard, Lockheed Martin, Marshall, MBDA, QinetiQ, Raytheon, Rolls Royce, Serco, Thales. The trade association, ADS, is also a member and represents the interests of the wider defence sector. SME representation is currently being reviewed by...
- Aerospace Industry — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (2 September 2014) See 2 other results from this debate
George Freeman: ...on a one-to-one basis. The Government cannot tackle this agenda alone: engineering employers, the profession and educators need to work together with Government to increase the supply of engineers in the UK. Companies such as QinetiQ, based in the constituency of my hon. Friend the Member for Mid Worcestershire, are taking a leading role through initiatives such as the 5% Club. The AGP is...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Royal Mail: Flotation (7 May 2014)
Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...No decision has been made about the payment of this discretionary element. The underwriters’ maximum fee of 1.2% of the institutional proceeds compares with 2.5% for the previous Government’s flotation of QinetiQ.
- Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Nuclear Power Stations (3 April 2014) See 1 other result from this answer
Tom Greatrex: ...Change what costs were incurred by (a) the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and (b) his Department with external suppliers (i) in total, (ii) with Deloitte, (iii) with Burges Salmon, (iv) with QinetiQ, (v) with Project Time & Cost and (vi) with other external consultancies on the Magnox and RSRL contract preparation and award between January 2011 and March 2014.
- Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Royal Mail (1 April 2014) See 3 other results from this debate
Vincent Cable: ...not pursue it was that we looked at the history of privatisation under the Labour Government. and there was one very good example of what happens when a trade sale is pursued: I refer the hon. Gentleman to the NAO report on the privatisation of QinetiQ. What happens with the supposed flexibility of a trade sale—[Interruption.]
- Defence in Scotland After 2014 (18 March 2014)
Andrew Murrison: ...in companies based throughout the country, employing thousands of people in high-skill and relatively high-salary positions. Many of our prime contractors—Babcock, BAE Systems, Rolls-Royce, Selex ES, Thales, Raytheon and QinetiQ—have sites in Scotland. The defence sector in Scotland employs about 12,600 people, with 4,000 jobs in Scottish shipyards being directly linked to the...
- International Military Sales Ltd (11 March 2014)
Ben Wallace: ...in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests? I have been the chairman of the all-party group on Iran for the past nine years, and I am a former overseas director for the aerospace company Qinetiq. I want to highlight the relationship between International Military Services Ltd and the Ministry of Defence, and a specific case as it relates to Iran. It is a sorry passage in our...
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Royal Mail (24 February 2014)
Michael Fallon: .... The underwriting banks shared £12.7 million for selling the shares. The underwriters' maximum fee of 1.2% of the institutional proceeds compares with 2.5% for the previous Government's flotation of QinetiQ. The underwriter's fee included a discretionary element of 0.3%. No decision has been made about the payment of this discretionary element.
- Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft (14 January 2014) See 1 other result from this answer
Angus Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what additional information was requested from (a) the USAF and (b) Boeing by QinetiQ in order to meet the Military Airworthiness Authority standards to release to service the first RC-135.
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Royal Mail (12 December 2013)
Michael Fallon: We took an aggressive approach to fees and they compare well with precedents. The underwriting banks will share a maximum fee of 1.2% of the institutional proceeds (compared with 2.5% for QinetiQ) equivalent to £16.9 million. That maximum includes a potential discretionary fee of £4.2 million. No decision has been made on the payment of the discretionary fee. Lazard received a fee...
- Engineering Skills (Perkins Review) — [Mr Dai Havard in the Chair] (10 December 2013)
Peter Luff: .... Before I go any further, I refer hon. Members to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests, which shows that I am a non-executive director of two small high-tech firms and that I have received hospitality from a major technology organisation, QinetiQ. That does not explain why I am here today, however. As I told the House when introducing a ten-minute rule Bill on...
- Written Answers — Defence: QinetiQ (28 November 2013)
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what contracts his Department has with QinetiQ; and what the (a) monetary value and (b) length is of each such contract.
- Written Answers — Home Department: Consultants (26 November 2013)
James Brokenshire: ...Global Consulting Ltd (in administration) Pentarch Consulting Ltd Perpetuity Research & Consultancy International Ltd. Peter Tickner Associates Ltd PMMS Consulting Group Ltd PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP QBM QI Consulting Qinetiq Ltd Quadrangle Group LLP Quask AG Ltd Reply Ltd RJG Management Consulting Ltd Robin Ryde Consulting Roke Manor Research Ltd RQ Consulting Safety Net Associates...
- Scottish Parliament: Defence Industry (20 November 2013)
Murdo Fraser: ...has a presence in Dunfermline. Elsewhere in Scotland, Vector Aerospace is in Perth, there is Babcock in Rosyth, which works on aircraft carriers, and there are great companies such as Selex ES, Thales, QinetiQ and, of course, BAE Systems on the Clyde. All those companies rely on exporting, of course, but they are underpinned by UK domestic contracts from the Ministry of Defence, and they...
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Secondment (18 November 2013)
Jo Swinson: ... November 2012 RBS December 2011 December 2012 Balfour Beatty December 2011 April 2013 Herbert Smith November 2011 November 2013 Electoral Commission December 2011 December 2013 QinetiQ December 2011 March 2012 Hanson plc January 2012 March 2012 Slaughter & May January 2012 Dec 2012 BDO January 2012 Dec 2012 BDO February 2012 Dec 2012 ...
- Written Answers — Defence: QinetiQ (18 November 2013)
Alison Seabeck: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what discussions his Department had with QinetiQ before conclusion of the agreement on Long Term Partnering prior to its announced restructuring and partial sell-off.
- [Mrs Linda Riordan in the Chair] — Backbench business — Intelligence and Security Services (31 October 2013)
Ben Wallace: ...of the Intelligence and Security Committee, but I worked in intelligence in Northern Ireland before half the legislation, which the hon. Member for Cambridge seems to have missed, came into play. I also worked for QinetiQ before I first came to the House. While the hon. Gentleman was a biological scientist, I was a computer geek. I wrote COBOL from the age of seven or eight, which was...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Royal Mail: Shares (31 October 2013)
Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...will share a maximum fee of 1.2% of the institutional proceeds. This includes a success-based and discretionary element of 0.3%. This compares with 2.5% for the previous Government’s flotation of QinetiQ. We will take a decision on the discretionary element in the coming weeks and will consider factors including initial proceeds and share price performance since the Initial Public...