Tenders 10/6/14

By on 10 June, 2014

4 June 2014: 570-04; Request for Tender for Provision for Services relating to the Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

On 8 March 2014, a Boeing 777 aircraft, operated as Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers, disappeared during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Through the analysis of available satellite, radar and other data, it has been determined that MH370 is likely to be in the southern Indian Ocean within Australia’s search and rescue zone.

In accordance with Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, Malaysia, as the State of registry for the aircraft, is the State conducting the investigation into the occurence involving the disappearance of MH370. In accordance with the provisions of Annex 13, Australia as the State closest to the likley location of MH370, has offered its continuing assistance.

It has been decided between Malaysia and Australia, that Australia will lead the search for MH370.  This arrangement includes Australia contracting the commercial services required to undertake the search operation.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is the Australian agency responsible for the seafloor search.  The ATSB is seeking to contract services to:

  • search for and locate MH370 within a defined search area on the seafloor; and
  • if located, map and obtain optical imaging of MH370.

Contact: opsearch@atsb.gov.au.



24 June 2014: DPTI025968; The Provision of Geotechnical Services for the O-Bahn Tunnel Project. SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.

Enquiries: Dariusz Fanok of Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, 8343 2105, 0401 124 028 dariusz.fanok@sa.gov.au.

Or: George Panagopoulos of Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure,  0419852200 george.panagopoulos@sa.gov.au.



3 July 2014: DMOMSD/ITR0001/2014; Invitation To Register Interest – Navy Unmanned Aerial System (NUAS). Defence Materiel Organisation – Office of Special Counsel.

The Commonwealth requires a fully integrated Naval Unmanned Aerial System (NUAS) capability on the Armidale Class Patrol Boat (ACPB).

Contact Officer: PM NMP 1942 DMCPNNMP1942ITRI.Enquiries@defence.gov.au.


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