Nako in media / Good governance
11 January, 2023
The reform of Ukroboronprom cannot be stopped even in wartime - Olena Tregub
But the reform was delayed

20 September, 2021
“Register of performers” of defence procurement: slow, opaque, and very important
Missiles, trucks, ammunition, and military uniforms are a small part of the large list of the Ukrainian army’s needs
5 March, 2021
Why is Ukraine still not in NATO?
All defence procurement is under threat. On February 15, another deadline expired which was set by the President to develop and adopt the bylaws needed to implement the Law on Defence Procurement
22 January, 2021
Ministry of Scandals or Reforms: What did the Ministry for Strategic Industries remember for six months of its work?
NAKO decided to summarize the main results of the institution.
19 January, 2021
Saving Defence Procurement: What will the Ukrainian Army fight with?
It is now evident that the ministries failed to make timely preparations for the Law “On Defence Procurement” to operate properly early in the year.
17 February, 2019
Risky Secrecy. What Causes Corruption in the Military Industrial Complex
Hanna Chabaray from Tyzhden journal writes about plundering in the army, namely about some data from the Ukrainian NGOs which analyze corruption in defence. She highlights the key corruption schemes in the military industrial comple
1 November, 2018
600 Years in the Defence Housing Queue
Ukraine still lives under the Soviet housing legislation, which guarantees free housing to military personnel. However, those who apply for it fruitlessly expect for decades, and the queue is only growing
31 October, 2018
Enough Populism in Defence Housing
Few have heard the story of Stalin’s Chicken in which Soviet novelist Chingiz Aitmatov recounts the manner in which Stalin allegedly taught his counselors how to rule
4 April, 2018
In Ukraine, Corruption Is Now Undermining the Military
Nearly four years into a grinding war against rebels armed by Russia, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry proudly announced last month that it had improved its previously meager medical services for its wounded troops with the purchase and delivery of 100 new military ambulances