Marine Engineering Technical Support Network

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) is seeking to establish a Marine Engineering Technical Service Network (METSN) panel for the provision of marine engineering advice and services. The services will include: – Conducting engineering assessments and analysis in support of maritime acquisition and sustainment requirements including advice on sea trials, testing and acceptance, survey, etc; – Project Management for modification and equipment installations, including where necessary, engaging sub-contractors where in-house expertise is not available. This may also include the provision of equipment and parts, including supply, delivery and warranty as well as engaging relevant sub-contractors where necessary to undertake the required work; – Providing commercial advice on maritime acquisition and sustainment engineering matters; – Act as a Design Reviewer when required, on Statutory and Class Certification; – Providing advice on non-class certification requirements; – Providing technical risk assessments; – Providing advice on in-service failures and modifications; – Providing advice on in-service sustainment and life cycle management; and – Conducting reviews of contract deliverables.

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