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Australia confirms services contract will be used for JP 66 target drone requirement

20th February 2009 - 11:03 GMT | by in Canberra


Australia’s Defence Materiel Organisation has confirmed that its Joint Project 66 phase 1 air defence target system (ADTS) competition will be predicated on a services requirement rather than an outright systems purchase.

A request for information for the requirement is to be released by 9 March, with this to be followed by a request for tender in June.

A bidders briefing for the RFI phase is to be held at the Australian International Airshow at Avalon airport, near Melbourne, on 12 March.

The DMO says the RFI will aim to establish “industry capacity to provide supporting products and services in

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