Polaris recently hosted a workshop looking at what “Optimum” means for aircraft maintenance, on behalf of DSTL and supported by the University of Strathclyde.
Tom Baldwin joins Polaris from DSTL, bringing a wealth of experience in the Operational Analysis area including MOD acquisition processes, writing Concepts of analysis (CoAs) and Operational Analysis Supporting Papers (OASPs).
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Polaris has recently recruited two new staff; Andy Nye from General Dynamics and John Shimell from IBM (linkedIn). They will support the Company’s growing cost analysis and OA business.
Polaris has placed 11 new contracted temporary workers with Dstl over the past two months, through the Company’s relationship with Capita, who manage these services to Dstl.
Polaris has been awarded a contract by Dstl to develop a model of MoD’s historical energy use to inform future policy and acquisition decisions.
This work was secured competitively and will use OA methods to identify energy trends.