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) […]
The Statute regulating the functions of the newly created Ministry of Strategic Industries (hereinafter – MinStrategProm) was officially published on the website of Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers on September 11, 2020. MinStrategProm will be the key body in the system of central executive bodies ensuring formation and implementation of the state military and industrial policy. […]
How will the newly created Ministry for Strategic Industries (hereafter – MinStrategProm) will look like? What sectors of the economy it will cover, and what will be its functions? Which corruption risks does the ministry may include in its current version? These were the questions that NAKO’s experts tried to answer by analyzing the draft […]
During his presidential campaign Volodymyr Zelensky made a commitment to fight corruption in Ukraine’s defence sector and specifically mentioned the steps he was planning to take if elected. He made this commitment to our organization answering the seven questions of the Questionnaire which was sent out to all the presidential candidates. Later on, when NAKO […]
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