It’s nearly two years since Aurora's first call to industry to create a diverse, collaborative and sustainable Provider Network for the Engineering Delivery Partner (EDP) programme; and it’s now the right time for Aurora to look at refreshing that network – with collaboration and innovation at the heart of the next phase.
To register your interest in joining the Provider Network click here.
Collaboration and innovation have always been part of Aurora's approach to supporting Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) and the MoD Front Line Commands. Now, as Aurora looks to refresh the Provider Network they are looking to build an improved and diverse community of providers that share their vision for agile, assured and cost effective Engineering Services - and that will help them innovate and meet front line needs now, and in the future.
Since its launch in December 2018, the Provider Network and Aurora Engineering Partnership have together delivered engineering that matters to DE&S and those on the front line. As a collective we continue to grow and support DE&S and the wider MoD for engineering service delivery on key national defence programmes and are an integral cog for programmes such as the Royal Navy’s and RAF’s Lightning II aircraft; the Royal Navy’s surface fleet; and Electronic Counter Measures Capability. You can read more about our accomplishments in the Aurora Engineering Partnership Annual Review here.
So, as Aurora enters the next phase of the EDP programme they are calling for companies in and outside of the defence sector who are innovative, adaptable, and agile, to register their interest in the Provider Network and help deliver high quality and cost effective solutions for our teams on the front line.
If you would like to know more please register your interest here and more information will follow shortly.
To read more about the Aurora Engineering Partnership providers, visit their website here.