A Bristol-based management consultancy which is focused on defence and national security has won a two-year contract with the Ministry of Defence.
Warner McCall has been awarded a contract worth approximately £3m to be a strategic transformation partner for the MoD’s Directorate of Joint Warfare Information Advantage Change Campaign (IACC).
The IACC is a vice chief of defence staff directed activity that was initiated with the aim of ‘enabling defence to compete in the information age’.
With adversaries using information as an effective weapon, this initiative aims to provide those in the defence arena with a multi-domain approach, to enable improved understanding, assessment, decision-making and execution of military activities.
Warner McCall will provide specialist change, transformation and technical support to the existing military team to enable them to put information at the heart of how defence operates. Over the next two years, the team will design and drive a number of accelerator projects that aim to build momentum and deliver irreversible change into Defence.
Johnny Norris, chief executive of Warner McCall, said: “We are very pleased to be supporting Major General Jim Morris and his team to transform the way that Defence operates in the information age.
“With the broad nature of this campaign, we welcome the opportunity to use our significant experience in complex transformation projects to help deliver this critical change for defence.”