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Military Service Defence Agency

Volume 229: debated on Friday 23 July 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what performance targets have been set for the Military Survey Defence Agency for 1993–94.

The Military Survey Defence Agency key targets for 1993–94 are:

  • 1. To deliver 3,600 man-days of uniformed personnel in support of operations.
  • 2. To deliver 26,000 man-days of uniformed personnel in support of exercises and military training.
  • 3. To implement the military survey modernisation project by starting the installation check and test phase by 1 October 1993.
  • 4. To meet the following targets for pre-planned production and services:
  • (a) originate or revise 425 maps/charts;
  • (b) produce 820 digital geographic products;
  • (c) reproduce 7,000,000 copies of maps/charts;
  • (d) issue from stock 7,000,000 copies of maps/charts.
  • 5. To carry out 5,300 man days training for students from outside military survey.
  • 6. To make further efficiency improvements to the value of 2·5 per cent. of the budget.
  • 7. To keep within the cash allocation of £48,870,000 for 1993–94.