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Hudson, Peter, Commander, NATO Maritime Command - ACOBA recommendation

Advice to Vice Admiral Peter Hudson, Commander, NATO Maritime Command on business appointments after leaving Crown service.

Documents

Advice letter: Vice Admiral Peter Hudson, independent consultancy

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Advice letter: Vice Admiral Peter Hudson, commission with L3 Communications

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Advice letter: Vice Admiral Peter Hudson, commission with NATO SEG

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Advice letter: Vice Admiral Peter Hudson, commission with BM

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Details

The letters to Vice Admiral Peter Hudson, former Commander, NATO Maritime Command. The Committee’s advice, that his consultancy and commissions should be subject to conditions, was accepted.

Published 31 October 2016
Last updated 31 May 2017 + show all updates
  1. Commissions with BM and NATO SEG added.
  2. First published.