Military Instrument Flight Procedures Maintenance and Safeguarding


Instrument Landing System (ILS) Or Instrument Flight Procedures The MOD requires the appointment of a qualified Procedure Design Company to support its portfolio of IFPs across 26 aerodromes in the UK and overseas. This includes the design and maintenance of new and existing Instrument Flight Procedures (IFPs) and associated specialist support, thus ensuring the safety of aviation activity at its aerodromes. No 1 AIDU is responsible for ensuring that all IFPs at MOD aerodromes are designed and maintained in accordance with current regulations. Contractor will be required to: a. Design new IFPs at a competitive price to meet the needs of MOD aerodromes, including overseas, as required. b. Carry out annual maintenance checks of current IFPs at a competitive price, including any amendments identified during this maintenance process. c. Provide all procedural designs in a digital format and with the ability to provide it in AIXM data sets to ensure compliance with CAP1054. d. The ability to carry out Safeguarding Assessments in response to Local Planning Application (LPAs)/Siting Boards, as and when required. e. Ability to carry out time critical tasks to meet tight deadlines. f. Be able to provide specialist advice to No1 AIDU as and when required. g. Attend regular meetings (on a weekly basis via teleconference) with No1 AIDU to provide a contract management oversight. The Contract will be for an initial period of 3 years starting on 1st April 2022. This will be followed by two 1-year option periods. Quantity or scope: 3 years plus 2 one year options to a maximum duration of 5 years.

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** PREVIEW NOTICE, please check Find a Tender for full details. ** IMPORTANT INFORMATION Contract name: IFP Maintenance and Safeguarding Risk Assessment Ref: 330210028 Cyber Risk Profile: Very Low Tenderers for this contract must complete a Supplier Assurance Questionnaire (SAQ). The tender documentation will need to include the Risk Assessment Reference and Cyber Risk Profile, and Tenderers should complete their SAQ using the SAQ Form which must be returned to (and included with the tender response). The Contracting Authority intends to use an e-Tendering system in this procurement exercise, please visit for full details and to register your interest in this procurement. The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement. The Authority reserves the right to amend any condition related to security of information to reflect any changes in national law or government policy. If any contract documents are accompanied by instructions on safeguarding classified information (e.g. a Security Aspects Letter), the Authority reserves the right to amend the terms of these instructions to reflect any changes in national law or government policy, whether in respect of the applicable protective marking scheme, specific protective markings given, the aspects to which any protective marking applies, or otherwise. The link below to the website provides information on the Government Security Classification. If you experience any difficulties please refer to the online Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or the User Guides or contact the MOD DSP Helpdesk

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