State defence enterprise Ukroboronprom (UOP) informs that the Ministry of Strategic Industries (MinStrategProm) interferes into its business activity and scales down the reform of the military industrial complex. In its press release, UOP says that the Ministry requires and regularly recommends to appoint external people as directors to member companies and to fire some employees […]
We are happy to announce new NAKO Executive Board approved by the Organization’s Conference of Members. Currently, our Board includes three members: Andrew Bain President of Atlantic Group Andrew Bain is a retired US Marine Reserve Colonel and a graduate of Yale University (BA) and the University of Michigan (MBA). Mr Bain served 6 years […]
2016 was the last year when the consolidated report of 114 state-owned enterprises (SOE) of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) demonstrated any profit. Then, they all together earned for Ukraine only UAH 136 thousand (about USD 5 thousand). After that, the aggregate financial results of MoD enterprises have worsened year by year, and now suffer […]
The summer of 2020 has been eventful for Ukraine’s defense industry. The long-awaited Law on Defense Procurement was adopted. The new procurement rules are supposed to create a level playing field in Ukraine’s market for defense manufacturers, to bring more transparency and accountability to the process. Also during summer, the Ministry for Strategic Industries (Minstategprom) […]
Ukroboronprom Informs about the Halt in Reforms
NAKO has a new Executive Board
Press Release. NAKO Calls for Reform of MOD State-Owned Enterprises
A turbulent summer for Ukraine’s defense industry reform: step forward, step backward?
Parliamentary Committee or NDSC Suggested as Platforms to Resume Dialogue on Defence Industry Reform
The Law on Intelligence: Risks Associated with the New Notion of ‘Intelligence Secret’
Announcement. Presentation of the Brief on MOD State-Owned Enterprises
Statute for MinStrategProm adopted: some of corruption risks identified by NAKO removed, while others remained
MoD State-Owned Enterprises: How to Overcome Corruption and Inefficiency?
Reforming the State Defence Order. A Brief.
Consolidated NAKO Recommendations
Poor Governance and Corruption Inside Ukraine’s Defence Housing System: Risks and Recommendations
Six Red Flags: The Most Frequent Corruption Risks in Ukraine’s Defence Procurement
Secrecy and Transparency: Striking the Right Balance in the Defence Sector
Crossing the line: how the illegal trade with occupied Donbas has undermined defence integrity
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