16 octobre 2018 | Local, Naval

Canadian frigate delayed again

Ian Keddie, Toronto - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

A long-awaited decision on the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) frigate replacement programme has been delayed once more, although it is unclear for how long.

In the official Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) update document released on 27 September, PSPC indicated no CSC design would be chosen in third quarter 2018, after indicating to Jane's in May 2018 that a decision would be made at that time.

In the update document, ‘The National Shipbuilding Strategy in 2018,' which outlines the state of the federal shipbuilding plan, the PSPC said, “Request for Proposals to select the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) design and design team has closed.


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