F-35 procurement woes could disrupt relationships with allies
Feb. 24, 2015, Ottawa - The widening fallout from a botched program to replace Canada's aging CF-18 fighter jets may be damaging the military's relationships with its international allies. CBC News reports.
February 24, 2015 By CBC News
Feb. 24, 2015, Ottawa – The widening fallout from a botched program to replace Canada’s aging CF-18 fighter jets may be damaging the military’s relationships with its international allies.
A defence briefing note says hundreds of arrangements the military has with allies to share facilities and services are being called into question, and must be reviewed as if they were formal supply contracts.
The arrangements now are subject to a time-consuming procurement process that is tying the department in knots and leaving the military sometimes unable to commit to joint operations internationally. | READ MORE
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