One of the frequently touched upon problems is a problem that is related to how hard sometimes the implementation of the state defense order is. Often, the Ministry of Defense cannot agree on prices and terms of production with defense enterprises, which leads to the breakdown of the GOZ. To eliminate this problem, various ideas are proposed. One of the last ideas proposed was the idea of reviving competition between industrial enterprises in the defense-industrial complex. After all, if we pay attention to this possibility, then there appear quite unambiguous prospects according to which enterprises will be able to compete with each other on the right to receive orders from state military structures.
But in order for Russian defense enterprises to have the opportunity to openly compete with each other and work in the form of a kind of social competition, it is necessary to begin to modernize the enterprises of the military-industrial complex. After all, quite often enterprises that are called upon to produce military equipment of the new generation are forced to use outdated equipment for this. Often, the working conditions at such enterprises leave much to be desired. The owners of the enterprises of the production cycle are not very willing to go for modernization, sometimes believing that even industrial ventilation of industrial premises The modern sample is completely superfluous. As the saying goes, you can open the windows so that the workshop is fresh and cool.
Naturally, such an approach to production and its organization must always be changed. If you don’t start doing this today, then tomorrow we’ll definitely have to buy weapon and military equipment abroad. So far, Russia has every chance to stake out for itself the place of one of the main and best manufacturers of weapons of various kinds.
The other day in the media there was information that the Russian army would buy domestic Tiger armored vehicles for its needs. New modifications, unlike the previous ones, are built on the principle of “no foreign details”. The factory in Arzamas was visited by Deputy Prime Minister Rogozin, who stated a couple of months ago that such cars could also be produced for civilian needs. It is obvious that the use of the Russian "Tigers" will cost less and be more rational than if the Defense Ministry would buy Italian Iveco.