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Industry Event – Australia and United States Defence Investment in NT

Defence will host an industry engagement forum on 22 October in Darwin. The focus of this session will be two-fold, to outline the future pipeline of works anticipated in the Northern Territory, as well as give industry a practical understanding of how they can be involved.

In this interactive session, participants will have an opportunity to meet representatives from the US Defense and Australian Defence departments as well as Primes/Managing Contractors. Participants will be able to raise questions and discuss opportunities across industry offerings to become part of one of the most significant infrastructure initiatives in Northern Australia.

To ensure we can maximise the benefit of this event, attendees are invited to submit questions prior (usfpi.facilities.infrastructure@defence.gov.au). Defence will endeavour to answer any questions asked on the day, but some may need to be taken on notice and will be responded to after the forum.

This forum is open to all parties on a space available basis. Defence encourages registrations from businesses that have participated in the past, as well as those interested in being involved in future US Defense or AUS Defence projects.

Location:
Doubletree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin
116 The Esplanade
DARWIN
AUSTRALIA

Program will start at 1430 and conclude at 1630.

Due to seating availability being exhausted, registrations for this event have now closed.

Questions can still be submitted until Friday 11 October 2019 (AEST).

Any queries regarding this announcement should be directed to usfpi.facilities.infrastructure@defence.gov.au

*Disclaimer:

This announcement is not a contract, request for proposal, a promise to contract, or a commitment of any kind on the part of the Government. The Australian and US Governments will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee or for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government.