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DASA dial-in: Don't Blow It!

Posted 13 November 2018 · Add Comment

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) will be running a dial-in event tomorrow to discuss the Don't Blow It! Safely eliminating chemical and biological munitions on the battlefield competition.


Courtesy DASA


DASA will be hosting its second dial-in events on 13 November 2018, to provide a short briefing on the ‘Don’t Blow It!’ Safely eliminating chemical and biological munitions on the battlefield competition followed by an open forum Q&A session.

Also available will be the opportunity to book a one to one telecon meeting with the competition team to discuss questions specific to your proposal.

To sign up for a dial-in please select a date, this will take you to the Eventbrite registration page .


Further information can be found in the
competition document .

 

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