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Defence Teaming Centre

Defence Teaming Centre

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About Defence Teaming Centre
The Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) connects and supports Australian defence industry to develop capability and increase industry’s competitiveness in defence markets. 

DTC supports Australian defence industry and has a large membership including Prime Defence Contractors, Small-to-Medium Enterprises, Professional Service Providers and Academic Institutions that are involved in supplying and supporting Defence capability. DTC believes that Australia needs an innovative and sustainable defence industry – aligned to Australia’s strategic requirements and able to contribute to national economic activity.

The defence industry supply chain is diverse and DTC member companies cover the full range of products and services to support the Australian Defence Forces.  The capability provided spans high end systems engineering and integration; advanced industrial manufacturing and precision components; design engineering and development; electronics engineering; development of new technology and products; fabrication and traditional manufacturing through to through-life support, facility construction, military base services and support for ADF personnel. Defence industry and member capabilities also include a range of supporting professional services such as specialist IP lawyers, immigration specialists, IT & cyber security service providers and other business support services.

DTC provides services to facilitate market entry and ongoing business with Defence. Services are tailored to meet the needs of companies, of all sizes and across all tiers of the supply chain, engaged in activities in all domains within the sector – Air, Land, Sea, Space and Cyber.
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As requested on Day 1 - The Australian Industry Capability (AIC) Program is designed to meet key objectives of the 2016 Defence and Industry Policy Statement (DIPS) (PDF). Source (accessed 24 September): https://www.defence.gov.au/spi/industry/aic.asp
As requested on Day 1 - The CPRs are the basic rule set for all Commonwealth procurements and govern the way in which entities undertake their own processes. Source (accessed 24 September): https://www.finance.gov.au/government/procurement/commonwealth-procurement-rules
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