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The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Digital Department (NDD) is interested in receiving white papers for Science and Technology (S&T) Projects, which offer potential for advancements and improvements applicable to the digitisation of NAVAIR.
The Joint Strike Fighter Industry Support Program - Sustainment Grant provides Australian businesses with funding to develop new or improved capabilities to win work in the sustainment phase of the Joint Strike Fighter Program.
Last month, Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Melissa Price MP, announced a range of changes to CDIC grant programs to provide greater support for Australia’s defence industry. The changes are part of a $1 billion investment package to boost Australia’s defence industry and support thousands of jobs across the country.
The new Skilling Australia’s Defence Industry (SADI) Grants provide businesses servicing the defence sector with upskilling and training opportunities to build skills capacity and capability to meet current or future Defence needs.
Lockheed Martin Australia, the combat system integrator for Australia's Future Submarine Program, has just released a new set of R&D topics for national industry response.
Late last year the Commonwealth released a Request For Information (RFI) seeking to understand the sovereign industry capacity and maturity that is available to support delivery of the Modernisation of Maritime Electronic Warfare Program. Although the RFI had a good response the criteria to respond may have precluded some organisations with capability in this area from participating in the RFI. Particularly SMEs without existing security clearance, and publicly funded research organisations likewise currently lacking this accreditation or otherwise may have thought that the scope of the technology was not in their realm.