HC Deb 10 June 1999 vol 332 c372W
Mr. McNulty

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what key targets have been set for the Defence Intelligence and Security Centre Defence Agency for the financial year 1999–2000. [86915]

Mr. Spellar

The role of the Defence Intelligence and Security Centre is to train the armed forces and other Intelligence agencies in intelligence and security disciplines and conduct after capture; to maintain an operational capability; and to contribute to effective and timely advice to the armed forces on appropriate intelligence and security matters. The Key Targets for the Agency for the 12 months from April 1999 are:

Key Target 1:

To satisfy 100 per cent. of operational taskings required by the Department to the standard specified by the tasking authority.

Key Target 2:

To deliver the training programme endorsed by the Defence Intelligence Training Policy Group within agreed resources.

Key Target 3:

To achieve an overall 80 per cent. measure of customer satisfaction with the quality of training delivered.

Key Target 4:

To reduce the real-terms cost of delivering the average training place made available by the DISC by 2 per cent. in FY 1999-2000.

Milestone Objective:

To achieve Investors in People accreditation by 31 December 1999.

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