Procurement bottleneck no surprise to analysts

For the first time since Prime Minister Stephen Harper took office, Canada is not officially engaged in a combat mission. From now until the next engagement inevitably arises, one of the military's main concerns will be making sure its procurement projects succeed.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 11/16/2011 12:00 am EST

For the first time since Prime Minister Stephen Harper took office, Canada is not officially engaged in a combat mission. From now until the next engagement inevitably arises, one of the military's main concerns will be making sure its procurement projects succeed.

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