13 Nov 2023

Ministry of Defence publishes fourth edition of the MOD Acquisition Pipeline

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has published its fourth Acquisition Pipeline, offering a forward look to potential procurement activities across Defence valued at more than £2m and due for tender release within 18 months.

The Ministry of Defence (MOD)’s Acquisition Pipeline is a forward look at potential procurement activity. The information presented is for information only and reflects the MOD’s anticipated procurement pipeline.

Neither the publication of this pipeline, nor any of the information presented in it, should be taken as a commitment or representation on the part of MOD (or any other organisation) to enter into a contractual arrangement or to proceed with a procurement. Circumstances may change and the MOD cannot guarantee that the requirements, contract value, and/or timeline will be as stated. There may also be further contracting activity that takes place that the MOD is not currently aware of and which may therefore not appear on this Pipeline.

The sourcing route for procurements featured in this Pipeline has not been determined. For example, whether the procurement will be sourced competitively or single source is shown only as a guide at this stage. The MOD cannot guarantee that these opportunities will be available to all suppliers.

Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Government to Government (G2G) procurements have been excluded from this Acquisition Pipeline.

The next iteration of the MOD Acquisition Pipeline will be published in April 2024 and will be updated and published every 6-months thereafter.

The MOD is also seeking feedback on the usefulness of the Acquisition Pipeline from industry, and is seeking responses to a short survey which you can access by clicking here. 

You can access the latest version of the MOD Acquisition Pipeline here.

Fred Sugden

Fred Sugden

Associate Director, Defence and National Security, techUK