IRM19/7369 – The Repair of Engine Ancillaries And Associated Items and the Provision of Output Specifications
Babcock Land Defence Limited acting as agent to the UK Ministry of Defence ("the Authority") has under consideration a 7 year Framework Agreement for the Repair of Engine Ancillaries and Associated Items and the provision of Output Specifications as fitted to a number of different vehicle fleets currently in service in the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD). These include but are not limited to the Articles and output specifications categorised within the 6 Lots as detailed in the associated Contract Notice on the Defence Sourcing Portal (DSP) https://contracts.mod.uk.
Babcock Land Defence Ltd reserve the right to add further items of a similar nature to the contract post award.
Babcock Land Defence Ltd intends to award several single supplier framework agreements for the items detailed within the Contract Notice.
The successful contractor(s) will be required to overhaul/repair Articles to OEM specifications with an accompanying Certificate of Conformance detailing results of any applicable output tests. The successful contractor(s) will be required to supply all spares/components necessary to undertake the repair/remanufacturing process. Successful contractor(s) will be expected to arrange the subsequent packaging to appropriate Military Packing Levels and deliver articles to the Authority post completion of remanufacture. Output Specifications (see attached for further information) will also be requested for each of the 3 Lots and evaluated separately.
Those Invited to Tender will be provided a 3 year forecast of repair requirements for each NSN.
Although this is the best indication of projected upcoming demand, it is nevertheless a forecast and therefore is subject to change.
We additionally expect to make volume commitments totalling in the region of £1.5M across the Lots set out within the associated Contract Notice. These commitments will be made at an NSN level and details will be provided within the ITT documentation.
We hope the combination of forecasts and volume commitments enables suppliers to achieve greater efficiencies within their supply chains.
Drawings and/or associated specifications will be provided where available to issue as part of any eventual ITT.
To respond to this opportunity suppliers must read through the associated contract notice and complete the associated Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ). The PQQ shall be assessed using the selection criteria given within the PQQ and within each question.
It is the intention of the Authority to down select and Invite to Tender only those economic operators who successfully complete the PQQ, provide all mandatory information and are not subject to any mandatory exclusion.
Cyber Risk Assessment Reference: 423102721
Cyber Risk Profile: Very Low
Ministry of Defence
5th May 2022 / 4th May 2029