JP 2060 team reaches out to Australian industry
The Saab Australia led team for the ADF’s deployable health program, JP 2060 Phase 3, conducted a series of seminars around Australia in late 2016 and early 2017 designed to engage with as many Australian Small and Medium Enterprises as possible to further strengthen Australian Industry Capability.
The Team, consisting of Saab Australia, Philips, Aspen Medical and Marshall Land Systems, directly engaged with over 120 Australian companies in locations such as Sydney, Melbourne, Wagga Wagga, Brisbane, Townsville, Cairns, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart and have subsequently received expressions of interest from many more after word of the seminars had spread.
Saab’s deployable health capability lead, Nathan Parsons, said “the JP 2060 Industry Engagement roadshow was an incredibly valuable experience as it allowed the Team to engage directly with amazing Australian companies with a wide range of important technologies and capabilities. Our Team is intent on providing as much opportunities as possible for these companies to be a part of JP 2060 and we look forward to working closely with them throughout the tender process and, if we are selected, through into the capability delivery and support phases”.
The JP 2060 Phase 3 Request for Tender was released in June and the Saab team is continuing to engage with Australian Industry through the ICN Gateway.
If your company is interested in supporting Saab Australia’s JP 2060 efforts please respond to the gateway and/or register your interest through our Australian industry portal.
For more information on the Saab team’s world leading deployable health capability that will be delivered and supported in Australia by Australians, visit this page on our website.