Future Submarine Combat System Program

Lockheed Martin Australia is the combat system integrator for Australia’s Future Submarine Program, partnering with the Department of Defence and Naval Group to design and integrate the combat system for the future fleet.

Lockheed Martin Australia (LMA) is committed to maximizing opportunities for Australian industry involvement through all phases of the Future Submarine Program and are seeking interest from industry to inform the design phase of the program.

The Future Submarine Combat System Program presents an opportunity for Australian Industry to participate in an exciting and strategically important program to build and maintain an enduring and regionally superior Australian submarine capability. This is a long Program and the technological solutions potentially sought may not necessarily have been invented yet. Therefore, Research and Development (R&D) will play an integral function in the successful delivery of the Program.

LMA invites companies to register their interest in participating in the Combat System Program for consideration to receive Request for Quotation for systems and subsystems as detailed below.

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Research and Development (R&D)

The Research and Development (R&D) program has been developed to support and respond to the short- and long-term capability and technology needs for the Future Submarine Program.

The R&D Program aims to:

•   Drive capability improvement over the life of the Future Submarine

•   Meet the Future Submarine’s lifecycle operational needs

•   Support the establishment of an Australian industrial capability necessary to support the build, operation and sustainment of the Future Submarine.

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