[26 May 2015]
OPEN TENDERS AND RFPs
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RECENT TENDERS AND RFPs
Request For Proposals
for Airborne Strategic Intelligence and Reconnaissance services
(Airborne remote sensing services)
ASIR 2015+ IS NOW CLOSED
closed at 13:00
AEST (1:00 pm) on Tuesday 26 May 2015.
This process invited
proposals from high quality organisations for the provision of specialised
airborne remote sensing services, primarily for geo-location and mapping of
fire and other emergency events. These
services are required to provide quality, geo-rectified imagery (actual or
derived) of fires and other emergencies in near-real-time over relatively broad
geographic areas. The services require
delivery of suitable imagery, data and metadata into fire and emergency agency
information systems in near-real-time.
To provide the required productivity, and the required spatial and
temporal flexibility, it is envisaged that the primary remote sensing platform
for each service will be an IFR capable, crewed, fixed-wing aircraft, although
alternative approaches to delivery of the services may be considered, in
particular to provide supplementary or reserve capacity.
Proposal invitation documents remain available at the RFP
ASIR 2015+ web page: click here
AFS 2015+ AERIAL FIREFIGHTING SERVICES (ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT) IS NOW
closed at 13:00
AEST (1:00 pm) on Tuesday 14 April 2015.
tender NAFC invited experienced, capable, high quality organisations to tender
for the provision of rotary wing aircraft services.
The aircraft services
are required to support agencies involved in managing bushfires and other
emergencies. Many of the aircraft
services required will also support planned burning and other land and resource
management activities. Most of the services
will require the delivery of specialist, precision tasks such as, for example, firebombing,
rappelling and incendiary dropping. Some
services require the gathering of intelligence for incident management using
Tender documents will remain available at the
ITT AFS 2015+ web page,
UPCOMING TENDERS AND RFPs
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regarding upcoming tenders and RFPs.
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