SRGP Security and Resilience Growth Partnership


The Security and Resilience Growth Partnership (SRGP) is a strategic level Home Office Ministerial meeting chaired jointly by the Minister for Security and the Chair of the UK’s Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community (RISC). The SRGP is a key element of the partnership with the security sector (industry and academia) to support the UK’s security and resilience sector.

Meetings are held 3 times a year and comprise members from Government, the Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community (RISC), Academic RISC (ARiSC), UK Defence and Security Exports (UKDSE) within the Department for Business and Trade, the Security Institute, British Security Industry Association (BSIA), TechUK, Security Industry Authority (SIA), National Security Technology and Innovation Exchange (NSTIx) and the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) from within the Ministry of Defence.

The aim of the SRGP is to facilitate collaboration between Partnership members; establish a new approach to innovation, promote and deliver UK security capabilities; and put the UK at the forefront of the global security export market.


Terms of Reference:

Through the creation of a collaborative partnership between end-users, government, industry and academia establish a new approach to the innovation, promotion and delivery of UK security capabilities and by doing so, put the UK at the forefront of the global security export market, make the UK the partner of choice for other countries, and contribute to a significant increase in the UK’s share of the market.

Security & Policing 2023: Skills Agenda

(1) Showcase UK innovation in action.

(2) Improve the delivery of capabilities to UK customers.

(3) Grow UK credibility for capacity building overseas.


The Objectives are:

  • Provide a forum where the Home Office can share its technology challenges and develop capability roadmaps with industry and academia to enable solutions to be developed quickly and efficiently.
  • Provide a forum to identify and discuss risks and opportunities for the security sector (Sovereignty and Prosperity).
  • Provide overseas governments with appropriate access to UK expertise, innovative technologies and novel ways of working as part of building longer term partnership arrangements.
  • Encourage consideration of exportability at the point of investment in R&D.
  • Prepare the security supply chain to capture and exploit the export opportunities in support of Government to Government, Business to Government and Business to Business (G2G, B2G and B2B) programmes.
  • Improve the speed with which new ideas and export programmes are brought forward into quick business case wins.
  • Develop an understanding of the priorities and work programme of complementary Growth Partnerships, including, but not limited to, Cyber, Aerospace and Defence to ensure government and industry resources are targeted on what matters most.

Through membership of the SRGP, attendees agree to:

  • Be ambassadors for their organisations by sharing requirements, opportunities and risks with the partnership.
  • Work to remove barriers to co-operation.
  • Identify a nominated deputy.


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