Who is the Chairman of the committee which was set up to review the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) 2016 and Defence Procurement Manual (DPM) 2009?

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Rahul Roi asked 09-Sep-2019 in Current affair by Rahul Roi

Who is the Chairman of the committee which was set up to review the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) 2016 and Defence Procurement Manual (DPM) 2009?

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Who is the Chairman of the committee which was set up to review the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) 2016 and Defence Procurement Manual (DPM) 2009?


17 AUG 2019 : Rajnath Singh has endorsed setting up of a Committee under the Chairmanship of Director General (Acquisition) to audit the Defense Procurement Procedure (DPP) 2016 and Defense Procurement Manual (DPM) 2009. The Committee will change and adjust the methods to the point of guaranteeing consistent stream from resource procurement to life cycle uphold.  

The DPP 2016 and DPM 2009 have been expected for amendment. Adjusting the systems will guarantee a consistent stream from resource procurement to life cycle uphold and reinforce the 'Make in India' activity of the Government. Aside from DG (Acq) 11 different individuals, not underneath the position of Joint Secretary/Major General equal, are essential for this elevated level advisory group.

Terms of reference of the Committee incorporate to:

Reconsider the methods as given in DPP 2016 and DPM 2009, in order to eliminate procedural bottlenecks and hurry guard procurement.  

Adjust and normalize the arrangements in the DPP 2016 and DPM 2009, any place appropriate, to improve life cycle uphold for hardware.

Disentangle strategy and strategies to encourage more noteworthy cooperation of the Indian Industry and create a powerful Defense Industrial base.

Any place pertinent, look at, and fuse new ideas, for example, life cycle costing, life cycle upholds, execution-based coordinations, ICT, rent contracting, codification, and normalization.

Incorporate arrangements to advance Indian new businesses and exploration and improvement. Whatever another angle which will contribute towards refining the procurement cycle and backing the 'Make in India' activity. The Committee has been given a half year to present its proposals.