Suppliers

Building a Stronger Defence Industry

THE POWER OF LOCAL CONNECTIONS

The Australian Future Submarine Program is the catalyst for unprecedented industry collaboration and development.

Naval Group and our partners are working with Australian industry to meet the requirements for this truly strategic and complex national endeavour. We are committed to maximising opportunities at every phase of The Program, across all states, territories and business sizes.

Through a shared focus on maximising opportunities for Australian industry, we will create and sustain a sovereign submarine capability now and into the future.


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Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.

Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.

Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.

Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.

Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.

Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.

Major critical system being any system, the failure of which, would prevent a submarine from safely proceeding to, or remaining at, sea or achieving its operation, including the diesels, main motor, generators, power conversion and distribution system, weapons handling and discharge systems, the bilge and ballast system, and the main batteries.


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Register your interest

Naval Group has established a presence on the Industry Capability Network (ICN) to receive registrations of interest for the Future Submarine Program. The information you maintain on ICN about your company will be accessed at varying times throughout the Program, so we encourage suppliers to keep their information up-to-date.

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Pre-qualification

If there is a requirement to engage your company in the near future, the Procurement Department will send you a detailed Supplier Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (SPQQ). There may be a site visit to validate your SPQQ and better understand your company’s capabilities.

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Qualification

This step allows us to test your company’s capacity to deliver a product or service compliant with Naval Group criteria. This step may include a technical and/or quality audit. You will also be asked to commit to meeting the Naval Group suppliers code of conduct.

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Qualified Suppliers

Your company will be placed in the Naval Group list of qualified suppliers.

Supplier Security Info

Naval Group Australia is committed to delivering the Royal Australian Navy with an uncompromised sovereign submarine capability, underpinned by a security culture that is strong, positive and sustainable. To enable this, Naval Group Australia Security Department will assist and guide suppliers to achieve and maintain DISP membership requirements.

As part of our commitment to the Commonwealth of Australia and the Department of Defence we will work with and support our Industry partners on security related matters and reinforce the implementation of the Defence Industry Security Program (DISP) which is aimed at supporting Industry to be Defence ready.

The new DISP has been reformed to provide industry increased opportunities to work with Naval Group and Defence and to allow easier access to Defence security services. By joining the DISP you are not only accessing increased opportunities within the Future Submarine Program, you are also positioning yourself to work with Defence across multiple programs.

DISP General: The DISP provides confidence and assurance in the secure delivery of goods and services to the Department of Defence when collaborating with industry. DISP is a risk management program that strengthens security practices in partnership with industry, and enables members to have their security practices recognised by Defence and Defence’s international industrial security partners.

DISP enhances Defence’s ability to manage risk in the evolving security environment and provides confidence and assurance to Defence and other government entities (either Australian or foreign) when procuring goods and services from industry members. DISP sets minimum-security standards required for industry to collaborate on projects at the Unclassified/DLM, PROTECTED, SECRET and TOP SECRET levels.

For more information and advice on becoming Defence-ready please visit the DISP website.

Naval Group International Supplier Brochure

This Brochure contains important information for international suppliers interested in becoming involved in Australia’s Future Submarine Program and connecting with Australian industry.

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Australian Industry Capability (AIC) Plan: Guidelines for Suppliers

An outline of the Future Submarine Program (FSP) Objectives, Suppliers AIC Plans, information on the AIC Plan Suite of Documents and AIC Plan Execution and Reporting requirements as well as the AIC Plan Template.

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Naval Group Supplier Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct for Suppliers to Naval Group sets out the principles Naval Group expects its Suppliers to commit to as part of their joint effort towards continuous progress and sustainable development.

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Suppliers Public AIC Plan

This document outlines the requirements for Suppliers to Naval Group in the production of a Public AIC plan.

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NGA Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

This document outlines the Terms and Conditions associated with engaging with Naval Group Australia as a supplier.

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