"Culture of sloppiness": UK MoD must adapt or mission-critical programmes will fail
The pressure continues to mount on the Ministry of Defence after further revelations came to light this morning about the departments’ spending culture.
Philip Hammond, Secretary of Defence, called it a "culture of sloppiness" on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. Whimsical may be closer to the mark.
This followed reports that the MoD had spent nearly £600 million over the last two years on external consultants. The "technical support" experts, as Hammond referred to them thi...
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