Leidos Australia announced its new and improved Australian Partner Network (APN) portal to enable Australian companies to register interest for all future partnership opportunities with a simple, one-time expression of interest (EOI).
“The new portal will become our source of business opportunities and enhance our ability to engage industry, improve usability, and introduce interactive data-driven insights for enterprise self-service,” said Leidos Australia Chief Executive Paul Chase. “We understand the importance of growing sovereign capability and want to work with more Australian businesses at all stages of the delivery lifecycle. Our new Australian Partner Network portal eliminates the time-consuming burden of submitting EOIs for each new project. Now companies can simply submit a capability statement, answer questions about their organisation, and become part of Leidos’ APN database.”
The portal can be found at www.leidos.com/company/global/australia/partner-network. Leidos Australia is currently seeking expressions of interest from Australian industry, particularly small-to-medium enterprises, for current opportunities in areas including maritime, airborne, health, intelligence, information and technology, as well as in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear domains.
Leidos’ Australian Industry Capability (AIC) team will regularly consult the database to identify local suppliers and companies that may be suitable for current and future opportunities. Once selected, the AIC team will contact potential partners to discuss opportunities and next steps.
Leidos Australia is a trusted partner to the Australian Government, providing services across information technology projects and services, intelligence (C4ISR) and Defence Missions Systems. Leidos Australia has 2,000 employees and is headquartered in Melbourne.