Leidos Australia calls for Australian industry to register interest for LAND 129 Phase 3

Leidos Australia has issued a call for Australian industry to register their interest to partner with the company for the Army’s LAND 129 Phase 3 Tactical Unmanned Aerial System (TUAS) program.

The company is inviting potential partners to register through their recently released Australian Partner Portal. Primary capabilities of interest include:

  • Composite Manufacturing
  • Payloads for Tier 2 UAVs
  • Mechanical Assembly
  • Training Services
  • Warehousing Support
  • Logistics Support
  • UAV Operations and Maintenance Support

“This is an exciting opportunity for Leidos Australia and we recognise the importance and value of local industry. Whilst we have already teamed with Australian SMEs, we are focused on identifying more Australian companies to join the project.” Says Paul Chase, Acting Chief Executive for Leidos Australia.

Expression of interests will be open until 14 May 2020. The Leidos Australia Partner Portal can be accessed at https://www.leidos.com/company/global/australia/partner-network

LAND 129 Phase 3 will replace the Army’s Shadow 200 TUAS capability. APDR has previously covered the shortlisting of LAND 129 Phase 3’s contenders at https://asiapacificdefencereporter.com/four-companies-shortlisted-for-project-land-129-phase-3-to-replace-shadow-uas/

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