2013 Report details for project: Future Reserves 2020

Project name: Future Reserves 2020 - there are 3 reports for this project: 2013, 2014, 2015
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Organisation: MOD (D17) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2013 (data is from Sept 2012)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: Future Reserves 2020 is a 10-year programme to revitalise the Reserve Forces, enabling Reserves to have a greater role and be integrated alongside the Regular component of the Armed Forces. This requires an increase in size and change in the nature of the Reserve role. The trained strength of the Reserves of all three Services will grow by 50% or more by 2018 to 30,000 in the Territorial component of the Army Reserve, 3,100 in the Royal Navy and Royal Marine Reserves and 1,800 in the Royal Auxiliary Air Force. In addition, there will be improved equipment and training, revised terms and conditions of service and a change in the nature of our relationship with employers.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: Timescales are challenging, but the recent public consultation exercise has resulted in the early development of firm policy proposals which provide a blueprint of where the programme is seeking to go. The 2018 numerical targets are challenging, but felt to be achievable. Team capacity is being augmented in the short-term and longer-term requirements are being assessed as we progress towards the White Paper publication and beyond.
Start date: 2011-09-01
End date: 2018-03-01
Schedule text: On schedule. Green Paper published and consultation exercise launched on 8 Nov 12. White Paper due for publication Spring 13.
Baseline: £0.00m
Forecast: £0.00m
Variance: None%
Variance text:
Whole Life Cost: £0.00m
WLCost text: GMPP cost reporting awaiting first business approvals
Sourcefile: MOD_2013.csv

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