All techUK's work is led by our members - currently our work is delivered through the following forum workstreams
The Defence & Security Board is our most senior industry grouping in the defence and security sectors. It is comprised of high level representatives from strategically important companies active in the UK's national security markets and policy areas. Its focus is addressing the strategic-level concerns that impact the defence and security IT sector.
Chair: Tim Gibson, Fujitsu
Vice-Chair: Neil Timms, CGI
The DSMEF is comprised of SME companies from the techUK membership. The DSMEF seeks to include a broad grouping of different SME companies working in the Defence & Security (D&S) sectors.
Chair: Graham Booth, 2iC
Vice-Chair: Andrew Dixon, SVGC
The Defence Commercial Business Forum (DCBF) provides a conduit for the Commercial professional community within the techUK membership to engage with their Commercial counterparts and other stakeholders within Her Majesty’s Government (HMG), principally with the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and in particular Defence Digital.
Chair: Ann Ibbotson, L3Harris
Vice-Chair: Sue Elderfield, QinetiQ
The Defence Research & Technology Forum (DRTF) represents the interests of techUK members to Defence stakeholders involved in the funding, and conduct of Research & Technology within the UK Defence markets. The DRTF assists the MOD in the formulation of effective R&T policy and brings greater Government awareness to the capabilities that exist within the UK technology industry.
Chair: Matt Albans, L3Harris ASV
Vice-Chair: Stephanie Eden, Airbus
The Information Superiority Forum (ISF) looks at information superiority (IS) across the Ministry of Defence (MOD). The ISF leads on engagement with the MOD's FLCs and across the department's Defence Digital organisation. The Forum gives techUK members insight into the future strategies of key stakeholders in the MOD's the information community.
Chair: Nick Hartley, Leidos
Vice-Chair: Chris Lewis, Babcock
Vice-Chair: John Philliban, CGI
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