AgustaWestland Inviting Subcontractor Bids for Expected MoD Contract

By Staff Writer | July 8, 2015
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The U.K. Ministry of Defence intends to award AgustaWestland Limited a single-source contract for the assessment and risk reduction activity of a Helicopter-integrated 3D Conformal Symbology (3-D CS) system to mitigate the risk to helicopter operations due to low visibility landings (LVL) in degraded visual environments (DVE), according to the company. AgustaWestland will undertake a competitive procurement activity to select a 3-D CS solution, which meets the defined requirements, and is accepting Expressions of Interest (EoI) from prospective subcontractors until July 17.


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Interested organizations should submit their EoIs to and should include a commercial point of contact, to whom a Non Disclosure Agreement to cover both parties will be sent. After the EoI period closes, AgustaWestland will issue a Request for Proposal (RPF), providing all the information required to enable potential bidders to prepare their proposals, which are to be delivered to AgustaWestland early in Q4 2015. Included in the RFP will be a number of mandatory requirements, that all potential suppliers shall be required to meet. All potential bidders will be required to meet with AgustaWestland early in the RFP process to enable the company to ensure their compliance with the mandatory requirements and to allow bidders to decide whether to proceed with their proposal.


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