Indian Procurement Process Analysis

Analysis of the Indian Defense Procurement Process 

The Defense Procurement Procedure was laid down by the Indian Ministry of Defense in 1992.  Since 2000, a new liberalization policy came into effect and foreign direct investment of up to 26% was allowed.  The 2008 update to the DPP saw an increase in this foreign direct investment to 49%. With such large opportunities at stake, let Amritt experts guide you through the maze of the procurement process.

We can also assist through the discovery and capture planning process as well as provide guidance (ethically) during the RFP process.

"Amritt's Advisors have answered our questions, helped us shape our decisions but more importantly they anticipated issues and concerns that we may not have brought up on our own"
-  Joe K, Virginia, Major Defense Company
"Amritt's Advisors have answered our questions, helped us shape our decisions but more importantly they anticipated issues and concerns that we may not have brought up on our own"
-  Joe K, Virginia, Major Defense Company
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