19 juillet 2021 | Local, Aérospatial, C4ISR

STTC Canadian Industry Engagement Feedback Form/ Formulaire de rétroaction sur l'engagement de l'industrie canadienne en matière d'ASTRV

The Q&A responses and presentations from the June 15th industry day have been added to the STTC buy-and-sell website.

 

Additionally, if you have not already, we also encourage you to please fill in the STTC Canadian Industry Engagement Feedback Form. Your input is essential as we develop our economic benefits approach for the STTC.

 

If you have any additional questions or comments, don’t hesitate to reach out to the STTC team.

 

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Les réponses aux questions-réponses et les présentations de la journée de l'industrie du 15 juin ont été publiés au site web des achats et ventes du STTC.

De plus, si vous ne l'avez pas encore fait, nous vous encourageons à remplir le formulaire de rétroaction sur l'engagement de l'industrie canadienne STTC. Votre contribution est essentielle à l'élaboration de notre approche des bénéfices économiques pour le STTC.

Si vous avez d'autres questions ou commentaires, n'hésitez pas à contacter  l'équipe du STTC.


 

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