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Defence Intelligence seeks stronger collaboration with the private sector

On the front line of the Ukrainian conflict, British military intelligence is looking to improve its internal processes. A future director will be tasked with accelerating the work of private contractors in the areas of space imagery processing and digital transformation. [...]
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