GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
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रक्षा उत्पादन विभाग
About the Ministry
About the DDP
Defence Public Sector Undertakings
Vigilance Wing of DDP
Purchase Preference To Domestic Manufacturers Of Defence Products
Policy & Procedure
E-Magazine AeroIndia 2019
Tenders & Notices
Tenders of DDP
DDP Vacancy Circular
PESB vacancy circulars
DOPT vacancy circulars
PIOs under RTI Act in DDP
PIOs Under RTI Act in OFB and DPSUs
NOC for Export of Military Stores
Defence Investor Cell
Launch of Defence Export Website
Scheme for self certification of Defence Public Sector & Private vendors 2019
Major activities of Department of Defence Production for the Month of Dec, 2018
Major activities of Department of Defence Production for the Month of November.2018
Defence India Startup Challenge II during Aero India 2019
Defence Industry Stakeholders Seminar in Nashik on 17 January 2019 at HAL Complex
Draft Scheme for Self Certification for DPSUs & PVT Vendors for Defence items. Comments may be sent to DG, DGQA by 02 Jan 2019 through E-Mail at ppt-dgqa[at]nic[dot]in
Vacancy Circular of DIO
A total number of 521 completed entries have been received against 11 Problem Statements pertaining to Armed Forces thrown open as part of Defence India Startups Challenge.
Department of Defence Production has amended Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to simplify defence exports. This is 3rd such amendment. New software for submission of application by Industry has been launched.
DDP has started an initiative to retain OFB employees otherwise found surplus due to opening of defence items for private industry. As a first step, 76 Industrial employees of Ordnance Clothing Factory (OFC), Avadi have been identified for re-training
Entire process of booking of space by exhibitors/booking of meetings/venues etc for Aero India-2019 has been made online. Till 31st October, 2018, approximately 70% space has been booked.
Disinvestment of 25.5% in GRSE completed. GRSE is now a listed company.
Tata Advanced Systems Limited entered into an agreement with Lockheed Martin for production of wings of F-16 Fighters.This will help in development of aero components industry in the country.
US Government have identified Mr Eric Chewning, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence, Industrial Policy as single point of contact to address the need of Indian MSMEs working as part of global supply chain to US Defence Industry