Lockheed Martin Space knows going to space is just the beginning. It’s what you do when you get there that matters. They build satellites and spacecraft that do amazing things in space for government and commercial customers. Lockheed Martin-built satellites give earlier warning of severe weather, connect troops on the battlefield, and deliver GPS directions to a billion people worldwide. As they look to the future, they’re driving innovations to help their customers do even more in orbit. That’s why they’re designing smarter satellites that operate like smartphones in the sky, with apps that can be updated in orbit so they can adapt as mission needs on the ground change. Your mission is theirs. And as that mission evolves, we’ll all be ready.
Lockheed Martin Space offers the vital capabilities needed to provide their war fighting and civilian customers the products and services they need in their defining moments. Space is set for significant growth in the Australian market across a range of projects covering mission segments such as:
- Satellite Communications (SATCOM) operations in the X, Ka, and Ku bands
- Ground Based Space Situational Awareness
- Design, Development, & Manufacture of satellite busses and payloads of various sizes and capabilities
- Space communications ground stations and control systems.
Whilst there are a range of specific Defence and Government contracts at various stages of the acquisition life-cycle, collectively they offer great opportunities across a number of Australian industrial capabilities.
Lockheed Martin Australia is engaged in research, design, development, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. They employ over 1,000 people with a presence in every mainland state and territory. Lockheed Martin Australia’s programs and projects support a further 3,000 Australian industry jobs across the country in advanced manufacturing and high technology industries, providing Australia with a sovereign capability edge.
Lockheed Martin Australia, Space business area is taking a ‘whole of business’ portfolio approach to potential Australian industry companies, offering a longer-term pipeline for potential partners that can deliver world class Australian capabilities and demonstrate value-for-money.
Lockheed Martin will continue to use the ICN Gateway portal to manage registrations of interest for the foreseeable future. However, there are a number of exciting opportunities that we are pursuing in the near term if you think you have what it takes to be part of Lockheed Martin’s world-beating Space technology teams, please register without delay.
How to register an Expression of Interest
This is a general EOI submission and Work Packages currently available to submit an EOI for are listed below.
Shortlisted SMEs will be invited to tender Work Packages as needed.
To submit an initial EOI for the Work Scopes, companies must have an ICN Gateway company profile. Information on how to register your company on ICN Gateway is detailed below.
ICN Gateway Company Registration
Click here to create your company profile on ICN Gateway.
Your company summary and company description are used to assess your ability to complete projects when you lodge an EOI- please ensure that your company invests the time and energy required to represent your company in the most effective manner possible.
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