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MOD Pay 2019 - Survey Responses   info
MOD Pay 2019 - Survey Responses
 07 February 2020 

MODEye Pay Special - February 2020   info
MODEye Pay Special - February 2020
 07 February 2020 

MODEye Pay Special - January 2020   info
MODEye Pay Special - January 2020
 13 January 2020 

MOD Pay 2019 TU Proposal Calculator   info
MOD Pay 2019 TU Proposal Calculator
 15 November 2019 

MOD Pay 2019 TU Q&A   info
MOD Pay 2019 TU Q&A
 15 November 2019 

MODEye Pay Special - November 2019   info
November 2019 edition of MODEye.
 13 November 2019 

MoDEYE Autumn 2015 Edition   info
Autumn 2015 edition of MoDEYE
 04 November 2015 

Prospect Submission to the 2015 SDSR Public Engagement   info
Prospect’s response is broken up into two sections. Section 1 we focus on the development of UK sovereign capability in defence equipment design and manufacturing. In Section 2 we highlight the need to retain an intelligent customer role for civilian personnel in the Ministry of Defence.
 30 October 2015 

MoDEYE Summer 2015 Edition   info
Summer 2015 edition of MoDEYE.
 14 August 2015 

DefenceEye, August 2015   info
For Prospect members in the defence instury
 04 August 2015 

DefenceEye, Issue 1, March 2015   info
Contents include: election briefing; defence spending EDM; QinetiQ union recognition; Trident renewal debate; DE&S reform; MOD group conference
 01 April 2015 

MoDEYE February 2015 Edition   info
February 2015 edition of MoDEYE
 13 February 2015 

Defence Eye, December 2014   info
Defence Eye magazine, December 2014
 15 December 2014 

QinetiQ Briefing November 2014   info
Briefing to all Prospect QinetiQ members giving the results of the recent Prospect pay survey.
 10 November 2014 

MoDEYE October 2014 Edition   info
MoDEYE Newsletter for MOD members
 29 October 2014 

Prospect press release "Defence specialists: too valuable to strike, MOD agrees"   info
Scores of civilian specialists will be exempted from taking industrial action on 30 November because of their critical role in the department's operations in Afghanistan, elsewhere overseas and in the UK. National secretary Steve Jary said "These people are not the Whitehall bureaucrats of popular imagination but skilled specialists..."
 29 November 2011 

Prospect press release "Defence specialists: throw 'FATS' on the fire"   info
Prospect has warned today that the extent to which MOD has utilised outside technical assistance demonstrates how badly its plan to cut civilian staff has affected its ability to manage efficiently its equipment programme. Steve Jary, Prospect National Secretary said "When the department is faced with swingeing, across-the-board cuts the last thing it needs is a bill for £600m for outside technical assistance."
 18 November 2011 

Prospect press release "Nine out of Ten Defence Specialists Say Cuts Will Damage the Front Line"   info
Prospect, the union for 7000 specialists in the Ministry of Defence, says this month MOD starts the process of cutting its civilian staff by 30,000 posts. 3,000 staff will leave in October - the first wave - and many of them are not Whitehall bureaucrats but defence specialists from engineers to nuclear physicists. Prospect's brief survey showed that just 4% of members thought MOD's cuts could be achieved without damaging support to front-line troops.
 13 October 2011 

Prospect news release "Union warns MOD specialists vital for supply chain"   info
On 19 August 2011, Prospect welcomed the report of the Public Accounts Committee into the MOD's use of information to manage the defence logistics supply chain. Kevin McAlonan, Prospect negotiator, said "The report specifically highlights the need to retain 'key skilled staff in the supply chain management'. Yet these are the very people that the MOD is looking to shed..."
 22 August 2011 

Prospect press release "Civilian Cuts Threaten Capability of UK Armed Forces"   info
Prospect condemned the announcement by Ministry of Defence in a letter sent to all staff stating that a further 7,000 civilian staff are to be cut between 2015-2020. Steve Jary said "the department keeps announcing significant changes without consultation, not even advance notification."
 29 July 2011