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DEFENCE COMMAND DENMARK

Danish Defence Procurement BULLETIN

Danish Defence Procurement BULLETIN (On line)

Published by: Defence Command Denmark P.O. Box 202 DK-2950 Vedbaek Editor: S. Jensen Layout: Defence Command Denmark © Defence Command Denmark 2005 ISSN 1602-3994

No. 4, November 2005

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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Background

Point of Contact

Declarations of Interest by Potential Bidders.

Danish Defence Contracting Authorities.

General Terms and Conditions applicable to Contracts

made with the Danish Defence Contracting Authori-ties.

Criteria for Contract Award.

The Danish Defence Procurement BULLETIN.

How to use the BULLETIN.

SECTION I: Possible Future Purchases SECTION II: Tenders Invited SECTION III: Single-Source Contracts Awarded SECTION IV: Competitive Contracts Awarded SECTION V: Addenda SECTION VI: Status of Requirements previously announced in the BULLETIN

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For the time being, Denmark is not a participant in EDA activities.

INTRODUCTION

Background

The Danish Defence Procurement BUL-LETIN has been published since 1990 as one of the activities agreed to between the members of the former Western European Armaments Group (WEAG). The activities of WEAG, however, have been closed as per 12 May 2005 and transferred to the aegis of the European Defence Agency (EDA).

In light of the interest that both national and international defence industries through the years have shown in the Danish Defence Procurement BULLETIN, Defence Command Denmark has de-cided to continue the quarterly publica-tion of the Danish Defence Procurement BULLETIN in electronic form as a service to defence industries. The Danish Defence Procurement BUL-LETIN is available on Defence Command Denmark Web Site as follows: http://forsvaret.dk/FKO/eng/Publications/.

Point of Contact The Point of Contact concerning matters of a general nature related to the Dan-ish Defence Procurement BULLETIN is MR SOEREN JENSEN Defence Command Denmark Materiel Division P.O. Box 202 DK-2950 Vedbaek

Telephone: 45 45 67 33 19 Fax: 45 45 67 33 09 E-mail: [email protected] Matters concerning a specific require-ment contained in the BULLETIN should be directed to the responsible contract-ing authority.

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Declarations of Interest by Potential Bidders

Declarations of Interest to a specific re-quirement listed in Section I shall be forwarded directly to the responsible contracting authority and contain infor-mation concerning: 1. Company data:

• Complete company name and ad-dress, telephone, telefax number, E-mail address and, if available, telex number and www.homepage ad-dress

• Number of employees. • Branch of industry/line of business. • Point of contact.

2. Description of quality assurance sys-

tem.

3. System of security/level of classifica-tion.

4. Company capabilities, line of pro- ducts and services being offered. Companies may wish to describe

these by NATO Stock Numbers, if available.

5. Companies may wish to give brief de-

tails about relevant contracts per-formed in the past - either as main contractor or as sub-contractor, e.g., customer's name, nature of work per-formed, date and value of contracts.

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Danish Defence Contracting Authorities

The Danish Defence organization relevant to this BULLETIN is as follows:

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

DEFENCE COMMAND

DENMARK

DANISH ARMY

MATERIEL COMMAND

NAVAL MATERIEL

COMMAND DENMARK

AIR MATERIEL COMMAND

Royal Danish Air Force

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CE

DK-1060 Copenhagen K Telephone: +45 33 92 33 20 Direct Dial: +45 33 92 – extension Telex: +45 27 190 FMN DK Telefax: +45 33 32 06 55 E-mail: [email protected]

MINISTRY OF DEFENHolmens Kanal 42

Web Site: www.fmn.dk Mission The Ministry of Defence is responsible for policy matters related to cooperation

with the defence industry and policy matters related to the role of National Armaments Director (NAD). The Ministry approves the overall procurement plan as part of the Danish Defence Agree-ment and coordinates the process re-

o obtaining approval by the Dan-liament's Permanent Financial tee of the financing of specific

procurement projects.

lated tish ParCommit

ENCE COMMAND DENDEF MARK

P.O. Box 202 DK-2950 Vedbaek

Telephone: Switchboard: +45 45 67 45 67 Direct Dial: +45 45 67 – extension Telex: +45 40171 SIGVED Telefax: +45 45 67 33 09 E-mail: [email protected] Web Site: Forsvaret.dk Mission The Ministry of Defence has delegated

staff and management functions Defence Command Den

DA). DC DA, headed by the Chieffence Denmark, is situated in

some 24 km north of the capital of Co-penhagen. DC DA consists of a joint staff headed by the Deputy Chief of Defence Den-mark. In the Defence Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff of Materiel, Infrastructure & Lo-gistics, is heading two divisions, one of which is the Materiel Division. Among other things, the Materiel Division deals

d policy matters con-curement. The actual pur-

day business mat-gated to and conducted by

the three services' Materiel Commands,

someto the mark (DC with principle an

cerning pro of De-chasing aVedbaek, nd day toters are dele

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ble to DC

Ap hContracting Authorities

-

ateriel Commands.

procurement projects contained in the BULLETIN should therefore be addressed to the re-sponsible contracting authority as fol-lows:

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who in most cases are responsiDA.

All enquiries concerning

proac ing the

The initial point of contact for a new-tomarket company is, ideally, one of the M

A ERIEL CODANISH ARMY M MMAND

Arsena vDK-9800 Hj

ardon dk

19 [email protected]

Tl ej 55

oerring

Telephone: Switchbo : +45 99 24 11 11 Direct Dial: +45 99 24 – extensi

akhj Telex: +45 67884 hmelefax: +45 99 24 11T

E-mail: Forsvaret.dk/hmak/dan/ Web Site:

o mention here are: the Logistics Staff (LOG STAFF/DAMC) the Procurements and Systems Staff

C), and

Arsenal (AMA/DAMC).

f

le ,

lity and ammunition safety. AMC is also dealing with the main part

e Army Home Guard's require-ments.

Mission The Danish Army Materiel Command(DAMC) is organized in three staffs and three self-contained sub-units. T••(PROC & SYS STAFF/DAM

• the Ammunition LOG STAFF/DAMC is responsible for maintenance and procurement in ge-neral. This also includes the re-supply oammunition. PROC & SYS STAFF/DAMC is responsibfor procurement new weapon systemsmateriel and equipment as well as am-munition. Furthermore, PROC & SYS STAFF/DAMC is responsible for modifica-tion of existing equipment, system re-sponsibiDof th

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MAND DENMARK NAVAL MATERIEL COM

Att.: Contract Department Danneskiold-Samsoees Allé 1

DK-1434 Copenhagen K

Telephone: Switchboard: +45 32 66 32 66 Direct Dial: +45 32 66 – extension Telex: +45 223Telefax: +45 32 66 32 99 E-mail: [email protected]

72 SMK DK

Web Site: www.smk.svn.dk (in

Danish only)

nd Den-

urement and maintenance of naval nd supplies. NMC covers

in part of the Naval Home uard's requirements.

NMC consists of the following two divi-sions: • chnical Division comprising i.a.

rtment, and ogistics Division comprising i.a.

ply Department.

nd integrates new projects and sys-ion

he Logistics Division monitor the day to

es.

Mission

The Naval Materiel Commamark (NMC) is responsible for the pro-cequipment aalso the maG

the Tethe Contract Depa

• the Lthe Sup

The Technical Division initiates, procures atems and is responsible for modificatand major overhauls of ships, sensor systems and weapon systems. Tday maintenance and technical opera-tion of ships, sensor systems and weapon systems and is also responsiblefor the procurement of general suppli

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AIR MATERIEL

Royal Danish Att.: Contracts & Procurement Division

Lejrvej. Box00 Va

8 26 34 Telex: +45 37375 AIRMAT DK +45 37376 AIRMAT DK Telefax: +45 44 89 72 77 E-mail: [email protected]

COMMAND Air Force

49 130 erloese

P.ODK-35

Telephone: Switchboard +45 44 78 22 55 Direct Dial: +45 44 7

• Logistics Staff, and & Resources Staff. • Planning

The Technical Staff is primarily respon-sible for development, quality stan-

Web Site: Forsvaret.dk/fmk/dan/ Mission The Air Materiel Command, Royal Danish Air Force (AMC) is responsible for the procurement, maintenance and supplies in support of air operations for the Air Force, the Army and the Navy. AMC also covers part of the Air Force Home Guard's requirements.

AMC consists of the following three staffs: • Technical Staff,

Logistics Staff is primarily responsi-ble for maintenance, distribution and lo-gistic support. The Contracts & Pro-curement Division under the Logistics Staff is responsible for all contracting and procurement. The Planning & Resources Staff is pri-marily responsible for personnel, annual programmes and coordination of the overall planning, controlling and super-vising.

dards, maintenance concepts, materiel projects, modification, training and ocumentation. d

The

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General Terms and Conditions applicable to Contracts made with the Danish Defence Contracting Authorities

In order to secure that normal busineterms and conditions are applied in procurement of defence equipmeprocurement will take place in accor-

he Defence Procurement of De-

or the purposhe con-

e m

Quality Assurance, Inspection and Ac-

Terms of Delivery,

uired, li-

and r specifications

8, DEF STAN 05-90 etc. will under normal circumstances be accepted. The Materiel Commands will normally, in accordance with Standardization Agree-ment (STANAG) 4107, request the gov-ernment of the country in which the contract will be performed to carry out quality assurance on behalf of the Da-nish Government.

s of Delivery

s of Delivery called out in a in accordance

f in-y/acceptance of the

quipment or services.

con-e r-

priate Quality Assur-nce Representative.

eneral Principal Matters Bidders will not be reimbursed for the costs incurred in connection with the preparation of their tenders, and bidders will not be allowed to be present during the opening of the tenders. Most defence procurement contracts are in principle concluded on a firm and fixed price basis. Basic price contracts subject to price revision may in certain cases be allowed if the contracting pe-riod is of a longer duration.

No. 4, November 2005

ss Terthe

m

nt, all The Term

dance with tProcedures given by the Ministryfence. F e of this BULLETIN only the following basic elements of ttract will entioned: b •ceptance,

• • Terms of Payment, and • General Principal Matters. Quality Assurance, Inspec-tion and Acceptance

When Quality Assurance is reqnormally Allied Quality Assurance Pubcations (AQAP)-2110, -2120, -2130 –150 will apply. Othesuch as Mil-Q-985

contract will normally be with INCOTERMS 2000. Terms of Payment The contractual Terms of Payment are normally 30 days net upon receipt ovoice and delivere Before any payment can be made, it is usually required that a certificate of formity or an acceptance test certificatis signed by the Contractor and countesigned by the approa According to the Defence Procurement Procedures, advance payments shouldbe avoided. G

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to tender and will receive the necessary tender documents in sufficient time in

ders are kept unopened until the e tender due date, and

ontracts officers are not al-s any ten-

All bidders will in due time receive a re-

tender valuation.

CriAward

the most eco-omic solution to the particular pro-

• e. cific requirements.

nergy con-

ding acquisition and life cycle costs).

The Danish Defence Pro

to

nish defence contracting au-orities.

supply and mainte-nance of all military stores and equip-ment except for:

and Services Directives,

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The rules governing the tendering pro-cess are transparent, objective and non-

All tenexpira

discriminatory. tion of th

the defence c Selected qualified companies are invited

lowed to reveal to third partieder information.

order to meet the tender due date.

teria for Contract

ply, stating the results of the e

The fundamental criterion upon which contracting authorities will base the award of contract will be ncurement taking into account: Tender pric• Conformity with spe• Terms of payment. • Environmental issues (i.e. e

sumption, emissions, hazardous mate-rials, disposals, etc.).

• Cost of ownership implications on a through-life basis (inclu

• Quality assurance requirements. • Assessment of tenderer's specific cap- abilities.

• Security of supply.

curement BULLETIN

The main purpose of the BULLETIN isprovide industry with information con-cerning possible contract opportunities with the Dath The BULLETIN contains in principle the requirements of the Danish Defence for defence equipment and services of a significant value and complexity, includ-ing requirements for research and de-velopment, and for

• those already subject to EC Supplies

• nuclear weapons and nuclear propul-sion systems,

• warships (excluding their systems), • anti-toxic and radioactive agents, and • cryptographic equipment. The BULLETIN is published quarterly by Defence Command Denmark, MaterieDivision, in the months of February, May, August and November.

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HoBU

ses sts all future purchases as soon as suf-

information is available for a

l ten-ments.

ection II: Tenders Invited lists all

cts le source basis, enabling

contractor

sub-contract level. Section IV: Competitive Contracts

fol-rs

n

on of, or correction to, earlier nnouncements.

E-

til contract has been awarded, or the requirement has been

after the requirement ill be deleted from the list.

Name of Requirement: The name of the procurement project. Identification No.: The number used internally for tracking purposes. This

T

.

C g Authority: The Materiel e for the procure-

ent. Estimated Issue Date of Invitations to Tender: The date by which the con-tracting authority anticipates to issue the tender documents.

t: T tial bidder

c ority.

nts have

een issued. If you are a potential sub-

ssue Date: The date of issuing the tender documents.

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w to use the LLETIN

In this BULLETIN the following an-nouncements are made: Section I: Possible Future Purchalificient worthwhile notification to be made and where it is too early to issue formader docu Spotential suppliers to whom invitations to tender have been issued. Section III: Single-Source Contracts Awarded lists all eligible contraplaced on a singpotential sub-contractors to express an interest directly to the mainand thus facilitating competition at the

Awarded lists contracts awardedlowing earlier announcements of tendein Section II.

Section V: Addenda show companies added to the list previously published iSection II. This Section also provides the opportunity to publish any other amplificatia Section VI: Status of Requirements previously announced in the BULLTIN lists all the requirements that have been published in the BULLETIN. The requirement will remain on the status list with an indication of the present status number un

cancelled, where w Explanatory Notes

reference number should be used in the case a Tender No. has not been allo-ated to a requirement c in Section I.

ender No.: The Tender No. or Con-ract No. is an important t reference when

contacting the contracting authority

ontractinCommand responsiblm

Due Date for Expression of Intereshe date by which a poten

must make his interest known to the ontracting auth

Issued To: The name of the companies to whom the tender documebcontractor, you should contact the com-pan(y)(ies) that have been invited to tender or awarded a contract. I

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by which ten-y the contract-

ief

ent enabling idders to determine whether the pro-

curement project is of relevance for their company. QA Requirements: The minimum level

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Tenders Due: The dateders must be received bing authority.

Summary of Requirements: A brdescription of the requiremb

of quality assurance required for the procurement is stated here.

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TION I: SSIBLE FUTURE PURC ES

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NAVAL MATERIEL COMMAND DENMARK

SURFACE SURVEILLANCE RADAR SYSTEM

IDENTIFICATION NO. : 0504-S-01 TENDER NO. : Not yet allocated. CONTRACTING AUTHORITY : NAVAL MATERIEL COMMAND DENMARK SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS : Royal Danish Navy (RDN) has a requirement for

2 ea. Surface Surveillance Radar Systems that provide target detection and automatic tracking under normal and severe weather conditions (se-vere rain and sea clutter conditions). Targets of interest include very small fast moving objects, e.g. rubber dinghies, speed boats and watercraft with low Radar Cross Section (RCS). The equip-ment must be capable of being operated and controlled via an on board standard IP-LAN. The systems are to be installed on board the RDN ABSALON-Class Flexible Support Ships during the 2nd half of 2006

Key characteristics: • The system should be able to be operated

both autonomously and remotely. • A low weight and compact design is favoured. • A well proven and Off-the-Shelf system is re-

quired. • The system must offer some ECCM (Anti Jam-

ming Capability). • The system must be designed for littoral war-

fare operations. QA REQUIREMENTS : To be determined.

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ESTIMATED ISSUE DATE OF : 1st Quarter of 2006 INVITATION TO TENDER DUE DATE FOR EXPRESSION OF : 16th December 2005 INTEREST Declarations of Interest shall be forwarded in

RIEL COMMAND DENMARK

ct Department es Allé 1 K

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writing to:

NAVAL MATE Att.: Contra

Danneskiold-Samsoe DK-1434 Copenhagen

Telefax: +45 32 66 32 99 E-mail: [email protected]

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SECTION II: TENDERS INVITED

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RIEL COMMAND AIR MATE

Ro al D

LASER TARGETING PODS AND LANTIRN INVENTORY UPGRADE

ENDER NO.

Royal Danish Air Force

SUED TO : Lockheed Martin Overseas Corporation 5600 Sand Lake Road MP-174 Orlando Florida 32819 USA.

SUE DATE : 21st October 2005

ENDERS DUE : 15th November 2005

UMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS : Acquisition of 3 ea. LANTIRN targeting pods with combined EO/IR sensor and Laser Target Detec-tor/Tracker. The IR sensor shall operate in the mid-band IR spectrum and the targeting pod fully integrated and certified on the F-16 MLU M3 air-craft.

Upgrade of RDAF current inventory of LANTIRN targeting pods IR-sensor to operation in the mid-band IR spectrum. The upgrade shall be accom-plished without need for delivery of interface data by the RDAF, maintaining the current inter-face data set between F-16 aircraft and targeting pod.

y anish Air Force

IDENTIFICATION NO. : 0504-F-04 T : U4094 CONTRACTING AUTHORITY : AIR MATERIEL COMMAND IS IS T S

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QA REQUIREMENTS : AQAP 2110 OTHER INFORMATION : Sole source procurement.

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NO INFORMATION FOR THIS SECTION

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NAVAL MATERIEL COMMAND DENMARK

RADAR ESM SYSTEM

IDENTIFICATION NO. : WEAG-0204-S-03 CONTRACT NO. : 4600001179 PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED IN : Issue No. 4, November 2003, Section II. CONTRACTING AUTHORITY : NAVAL MATERIEL COMMAND DENMARK AWARD TO rveillance, Inc. 18705 Madrone Parkway Morgan Hill, CA 95037 USA. OTHER INFORMATION : The name of the requirement, previously an-

nounced as "Electronic Warfare System", has been changed to read Radar ESM System.

: EDO Reconnaissance and Su

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Postponement of the estimated Issue Date for the Invitation to Tender

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DANISH MY ND

Mobile Subsystem

ANNOUNCED IN

r

AR MATERIEL COMMA

DENTIFICATION NO. : WEAG-0103-H-03 I

ENDER NO. : Not yet allocated. T

REVIOUSLY ection V. P : Issue No. 2, May 2005, S

C : DANISH ARMY MATERIEONTRACTING AUTHORITY L COMMAND OTHER INFORMATION : The estimated issue date for the Invitation to

Tender has been postponed until the 1st quarteof 2006.

AIR MATERIEL COMMAND

Royal Danish Air Force

LINK 16 NETWORK INTEGRATION/GATEWAY INTO MULTI AEGIS SITE EMULATOR

IDENTIFICATION NO. : WEAG-0501-F-01 TENDER NO. : U4086 PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED IN : Issue No. 1, February 2005, Section I.

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CONTRA OTHER INFORMATION : The estimated issue date for the Invitation to

Tender has been postponed until 4th quarter of 2005.

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CTING AUTHORITY : AIR MATERIEL COMMAND Royal Danish Air Force

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ration

who sells defenment to the D is

Armed Forces is required to enter int

terprise and Construction (NAEC). The NAEC forms part of the Danish Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs. The ICC must be entered into prior to the signing of the contract with the Dan-ish Armed Forces. The goal of the Industrial Co-operation Program is to build long term business relationships between individual Danish defence-related companies and foreign suppliers of defence equipment. To further this goal, Industrial Co-operation can take on various forms. Examples of this cooperation are: • Strategic alliances • Transfer of technology, know-how and capital

• Direct procurement of Danish defence-related products

• Subcontracting arrangements. Regulation on Industrial Co-operation in Denmark and other items of information relevant to Industrial Co-operation in Denmark are available on: http://www.naec.dk/ICC/0/1/0

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Industrial Co-ope

Any foreign supplier, ce systems and equip an h

o an Industrial Co-operation Contract (ICC) with the National Agency for En-

tion, the NAEC has established a project

The project group functions as an inte-grated entity with all necessary back-up functions established. The responsibili-ties of the project group fall into the fol-lowing categories: Files and contacts Accountancy of existing agreements and annual reports: Ms Ulla Güntlisberger Telephone: +45 35 46 65 04 E-mail: [email protected]

Staff Within the field of Industrial Co-opera-

group.

Establishment, implementation and follow-up on ICCs Issues concerning co-operation relevant to: Danish Army Materiel Command Mrs Lone Rasmussen Otte Telephone: +45 35 46 62 77 E-mail: [email protected] Naval Materiel Command Denmark Mrs Sonja Siegismund Telephone: +45 35 46 62 94 E-mail: [email protected] Air Materiel Command Royal Danish Air Force Mrs Sonja Siegismund Telephone: +45 35 46 62 94 E-mail: [email protected]

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fense Industry Capabilities Manual, 6th Edition 1999

h

-

in-rmation - contains Section I: Danish

nmark. Copies of ADICM can be obtained by contacting

elephone: +45 33 77 33 77

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Danish Aerospace and De

In cooperation with Defence Command Denmark, the Confederation of DanisIndustries (DI) has published the "Dan-ish Aerospace and Defense Industry Capabilities Manual (DADICM), 6th Edition 1999", which - among other useful foAerospace and Defense Industry, and Section II: Doing Business with the Armed Forces of DeDDI as follows: Confederation of Danish Industries - DI H.C. Andersens Boulevard 18 DK-1787 Copenhagen V, TTelefax: +45 33 77 33 00 Homepage: http://www.di.dk

Attention: Ena Bjerregaard Director Defense & Aerospace Industries Association in Denmark - FAD Head of Defense Procurement Services E-mail: [email protected], or Else Grubb Assistant Advisor

r@d

Defense & Aerospace Industries Association in Denmark - FAD Defense Procurement Services E-mail: eg i.dk

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STA-TUS

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SER- VICE

Ident. No.

DESCRIPTION

0103-H-03 Mobile Subsystem 1 0502-H-01 Armoured Patrol Vehicle 3

SH Y IEL

AND

DANIARM

MATERCOMM

0204-S-03 Radar ESM System (Electron 4 ic Warfare System) 0504-S-01 Surface Surveillance Radar System 1

AL NAV

MATERIEL COMMDENM

AND ARK

0403-F-01 Air Crew Training Equipment 3 0501-F-01 Link 16 Network Integration/ IS Site 1 Gateway into multi AEG

Emulator 0501 2 Link 16 Networ-F-

tems 0 k Design, Management and Monitoring Sys- 2

0502-F-03 Machine Gun-Installation to the LYNX 2 0504-F-04 Laser Targeting and LANTIRN Inventory Upgrade 7

AIR

MATERIEL COMMAND

Royal Danish Air

Force

1 = ITT1) has not yet been issued. 52) = Requirement has been cancelled. 2 = ITT has been issued. 62) = Requirement has been suspended. 3 = Tenders received are under evaluation. 7 = Sole Source. 42) = Contract has been awarded.

1) ITT = Invitation to Tender. 2) Requirements that carry status number 4, 5 or 6 will only appear once in the list.


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