- Rs 400 crore outlay to create state-of-the-art testing infrastructure in partnership with industry
- Scheme was launched by Defence Minister in May 2020
- Project consultant/officer can be contacted for clarification
New Delhi, In order to boost domestic defence and aerospace manufacturing, Ministry of Defence (MoD) has launched Defence Testing Infrastructure Scheme (DTIS) with an outlay of Rs. 400 crore for creating state-of-the-art testing infrastructure in partnership with the private industry.
The scheme was launched by Defence Minister (Raksha Mantri) Rajnath Singh on May 8 last year. The scheme would run for the duration of five years and envisages setting up of six to eight Greenfield Defence Testing Infrastructure facilities that are required for defence and aerospace related production.
The projects under the scheme will be provided with up to 75 per cent Government funding in the form of ‘Grant-in-Aid’. The remaining 25 per cent of the project cost will have to be borne by the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) constituents of which will be the Indian private entities and state governments. In this regard, Department of Defence Production/Directorate General of Quality Assurance (DDP/DGQA) has published eight Expression of Interest (EOIs) catering to setting up of defence test facilities in selected domains. The same has been uploaded on https://eprocure.gov.in and https://ddpmod.gov.in.
The Request for Proposal (RFP) for the defence test facility for selected aid domains will be issued shortly and published on the above websites.
A project consultant for the scheme has been hired, who can be contacted on email id firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and project officer from DDP/DGQA can be contacted on email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for any clarification on the scheme, EOI or RFP terms and conditions.