Northrop Grumman is seeking expressions of interest from Australian industry to join them in their efforts to support the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) with Project AIR6500, which involves building a 5th generation multi-domain joint battle management system (JBMS).
The Project is valued at over $1 billion. The JBMS will enable coordination of air battle management, joint weapons employment, electronic warfare battle management, and ground-based air defence in operational theatres, the company said in a statement.
“The ICN Gateway Portal will serve as the primary vehicle for potential suppliers to register expressions of interest and share information about their competencies and skills,” Northrop announced.
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