Stefan Konrad gives an in-depth analysis on the procurement strategy and controversy surrounding the Canadian government’s fleet of VIP jets.
Author: Stefan Konrad
Canada’s Submarine Fleet and a Procurement Dilemma
Stefan Konrad discusses the problems facing Canada’s Victoria Class submarine fleet.
An Important Success: Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy
After the Canadian government received criticism for other procurement projects, Stefan Konrad highlights the success behind Canada’s National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.
The Canadian Coast Guard and Future Arctic Challenges
Stefan Konrad weighs in on some of the potential challenges Canada’s Coast Guard may face in the Arctic.
Part Three: The Vital Role of Canada’s Overstretched Search and Rescue Helicopter Fleet
In Part three of his series on Canada’s search and rescue capabilities, Stefan Konrad weighs in on the status of Canada’s search and rescue helicopter fleet.
Part Two: The Sad State of Canada’s Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue Fleet
Part two of Stefan Konrad’s discussion of Canada’s search and rescue capabilities explores the deficient state of the fixed-wing search and rescue fleet.
A Search and Rescue System Under Threat, Part One
In part one of a three-part broadside against Canada’s lacking search and rescue capabilities, Stefan Konrad offers a general overview of the current situation.
The Future of Canada’s Navy: Strategic Sealift, Amphibious Capabilities and Naval Force Projection
Stefan Konrad weighs in on the future of Canada’s naval sealift and amphibious capabilities.
Replacing Canada’s Sea Kings: A Cautionary Tale in Defence Procurement
Stefan Konrad weighs in on the troubled legacy of Canada’s procurement of the Sikorsky CH-124 Sea King helicopters.
The F-35 Controversy and the Need for Greater Public Confidence in the Federal Government’s Approach to Defence Procurement
In light of the F-35 controversy, Stefan Konrad weighs in on Canadian procurement policies.