Conceptual changes in the last period of time in terms of normative regulation of logistical support in post-conflict operations, highlights the fact that most often the conceptual plan takes place before The normative plan and the distances existing between the time of occurrence and implementation of concepts, definitions, summaries, deadlines and regulatory regulation, are becoming larger in particular because of the fluid way in which The aforementioned military actions and due to the involvement or non-involvement of NATO (EU) member States in the efforts of the two organisations.
At present, the TRL scale is used as an instrument in decision making regarding investments in research and development also at EU level. This requires different methods to make this instrument operational by adjusting (or understanding) TRL definitions. The scale must be adapted to the specific purpose of the funding by the EU of CDI programmes, because it does not approach the feedback mechanisms that are part of the innovation processes. This paper analyses conceptually and contextually the TRL scale also used in acquisitions of military equipment, in order to emphasize the necessity of the scale so that it corresponds to the purpose of the European decision makers.
Toma Plesanu, Dănuţ-Eugeniu Mosteanu, Ruxandra Mosteanu and Dana Mosteanu
The paper analyses the particularities of risk management in major acquisition programs (acquisition of complex defence systems) and identifies technical risks. In the framework of risk management in major acquisition programs, the following elements were analysed: the relation between risk and the process of military acquisition; the acquisition process in the military acquisition and risk management phases; the risk and the characteristics of the acquisition process