The General Authority For Military Industries
The General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI) was established by a resolution of the Council of Ministers in Dhu Al-Qi'dah 1438 AH, equivalent to August 2017 AD, recognizing the significance of the military industries sector in the Kingdom and its role in national security. This authority serves as the official entity for the sector, tasked with regulation, development, and performance monitoring.
In collaboration with public and private sector partners, GAMI works to support the localization and growth of the military industries sector, increase the capability of national military manufacturing, and contribute to achieving the localization targets by 2030. The authority's ultimate goal is to achieve a localization rate of over 50% of the kingdom's total military spending by 2030, thereby enhancing the kingdom's independence, military readiness, and security.
Developing a sustainable military industrial sector that enhances the readiness of our military equipment and boosts self-sufficiency, effectively contributing to the national economy.
To achieve a 50% localization rate of the kingdom's military equipment and services expenditure by developing military industries and technologies, enhancing national competencies, and promoting exports.
The values of the General Authority for Military Industries embody high national values, as we derive them from a wise leadership approach to achieving its aspirations. They are embodied in five pillars:
Possible partners in the military industries sector
The established partners in the military industries sector
Universities And Research Centers
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