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RAND Corporation

Defence written question – answered on 11th June 2009.

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Photo of Liam Fox Liam Fox Shadow Secretary of State for Defence

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will place in the Library a copy of each study commissioned by his Department from the RAND Corporation since 1997.

Photo of Quentin Davies Quentin Davies Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Ministry of Defence, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Ministry of Defence) (Defence Equipment and Support)

The following studies are accessible electronically as follows:

Remuneration and its Motivation of Service Personnel: Focus Group Investigation and Analysis

Motivations and Attitudes of New Recruits Regarding Remuneration Issues: Focus Group Investigation and Analysis

Information Sharing Among Military Headquarters: The Impact on Decision Making

Outsourcing and Outfitting Practices: Implications for the Ministry of Defence Shipbuilding Programmes

Monitoring the Progress of Shipbuilding Programmes: How Can the Defence Procurement Agency More Accurately Monitor Progress?

Differences Between Military and Commercial Shipbuilding: Implications for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence

Options for Reducing Costs in the United Kingdom's Future Aircraft Carrier (CVF) Programme

The United Kingdom's Naval Shipbuilding Industrial Base: The Next Fifteen Years

The United Kingdom's Nuclear Submarine Industrial Base, Volume 1: Sustaining Design and Production Resources


The United Kingdom's Nuclear Submarine Industrial Base, Volume 2: Ministry of Defence Roles and Required Technical Resources

The United Kingdom's Nuclear Submarine Industrial Base, Volume 3: Options for Initial Fuelling

Sustaining Key Skills in the UK Naval Industry

The Royal Navy's New-Generation Type 45 Destroyer: Acquisition Options and Implications

Assembling and Supporting the Joint Strike Fighter in the UK: Issues and Costs

Copies of some studies are not held or are being withheld as their disclosure would, or would be likely to, prejudice the capability, effectiveness or security of the armed forces, prejudice relations between the United Kingdom and another state or prejudice commercial interests.

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