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Australian Industry Capability (AIC) and innovation are at the forefront of Babcock Australasia’s bid to equip Australian soldiers with next generation technology as part of LAND125 Phase 4.

The LAND125 Phase 4 project will provide Australian soldiers with ‘best of breed’ products, systems and emerging technology so they can defend the nation armed with the latest, disruptive advances in modern warfare.

Babcock invites suppliers throughout the country to work with us in partnership with Defence, as we bring a new way of working to LAND125 Phase 4.



An industry partnership to secure the combat edge

We are committed to building local capacity as well as capability in technology, engineering, design, sustainment, supply chain and training across Australia and New Zealand. Babcock has the supplier networks, the experience and the capacity to deliver this long-sought after capability which will maximise soldier performance both individually and in small teams.


We support critical and complex supply chains required to deliver, as we design the best outcome to meet specific requirements. We put customer needs first by integrating end-user focused and OEM agnostic solutions.

A trusted Defence prime

In partnership with Defence, we bring extensive, proven expertise in technology integration and asset management to LAND125-4. We work with leading Australian engineering, robotics, test and evaluation and R&D companies.

Commercially agile & responsive

We have an established reputation for treating our suppliers as partners. We work collaboratively with our partner network to generate solutions that are cost-effective and deliver a capability edge to the ADF.

Delivering sovereign capability

We are already trusted to deliver the essential skills, technology, secured intellectual property, financial resources and infrastructure required.

Defence is in our DNA

We have a workforce comprising highly qualified ex-service personnel in addition to active Defence Reservists. On our Prime Vendor contract for managing the ADF's C-CBRNE equipment, more than 70% of staff are veterans.

Committed to Australian Industry Capability

Babcock’s commitment to AIC is embedded within current and future business thinking. We work with local small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) to generate solutions for our customers that are cost-effective, collaborative and trusted to deliver. Australian SMEs and training providers are integral to Babcock’s proposed solution for LAND125-4, with up to 42% of the project’s requirements already able to be either designed or manufactured in Australia.

Committed to Australian Industry Capability
566 local Australian SMEs
$41,163,000 total contract spend on ADF programs
70% veteran employment on ADF programs
Capable. Connected. Protected.

Decisions made are by Australians, in Australia, for Australia.

We want to hear from you

Expressions of interest to join Babcock’s supplier network are open. Australian technology companies and suppliers in wireless power transmission, tactical soldier data storage systems, tactically secure person/vehicle wireless data transmission and adaptive camouflage materials are encouraged to register their details below. Note: Suppliers who have already supplied information and quad charts do not need to re-apply unless you have need systems to propose.

Join Babcock's Supplier Network for LAND 125 Phase 4

At Babcock, we regularly engage with our broad network of local suppliers and SMEs. If you haven't previously registered your details, we encourage you to complete the below form to become part of our supplier community and join the invite list for industry engagement events.