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DEFENCE DISPOSALS AGENCY
The Defence Disposals Agency (DDA):
- provides a Defence centre of expertise in the disposals function
- provides a Defence help desk on disposals
- facilitates and/or manages the disposal of Key Defence Assets (those items which
- are expected to recover more than $1.0 million in revenue upon their disposal
- are capability platforms, weapon systems or Items of Significant Public Interest
- and which require specialist disposal action and planning); and
- monitors disposal actions within the Defence Organisation against disposal policy
RFT released for sale of LCM2000 vessels
On 2 February 2012 the Department of Defence released Request For Tender (RFT) DMOFD/RFT0069/2012 which offers for sale six LCM 2000 vessels and one package of associated spares and equipment. The detailed RFT information package is available from AusTender and must be used by all prospective bidders.
The only opportunity to inspect these vessels will be during the RFT Industry Briefing Day on 28 February 2012. All attendees must pre-register as outlined in the RFT package.
The LCM2000 RFT will close to bids at 1200pm (ACT time) on 29 March 2012.
RFO released for Loan of F-111C Aircraft and Crew Modules
On 23 November 2011, the Minister for Defence Materiel Jason Clare announced the release of Request for Offer (RFO) DMOASD/Other175/2011 for the loan of up to seven F-111C aircraft and up to four F-111C crew modules to Australian historical organisations.
When disposing of equipment Defence is obliged to optimise the outcome for the Commonwealth taking into account the following policy objectives:
- meeting all contracted, legislative, Government and international requirements
- ensuring that disposal actions will withstand Government, public and international
- to be even-handed, open and honest; and
- to consider cultural, historical or environmental significance and the benefits of
- providing surplus equipment to appropriate organisations.