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Defence and Aerospace Open Forum 22 nd April 2008. IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES IN DEFENSE ACQUISITION – REQUIREMENTS OF LOCAL CONTENT AND OFFSET. By: Siti Naim Jamaluddin Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. RMN PATROL VESSELS PROJECT.

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Implementation challenges in defense acquisition requirements of local content and offset

Defence and Aerospace Open Forum22nd April 2008

IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES IN DEFENSE ACQUISITION – REQUIREMENTS OF LOCAL CONTENT AND OFFSET

By:

Siti Naim Jamaluddin

Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.


Rmn patrol vessels project

RMN PATROL VESSELS PROJECT

  • Awarded in conjunction with the Privatisation of Naval Dockyard.

  • Signed by the Government of Malaysia and Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (under its former name of PSC-Naval Dockyard Sdn. Bhd.) on 5th September 1998

  • Effective Date of Contract is 1st August 1999

  • Duration of Implementation – 128 months


Obligations of boustead naval shipyard sdn bhd

OBLIGATIONS OF BOUSTEAD NAVAL SHIPYARD SDN. BHD.

Supply and Delivery of Six (6) Patrol Vessels for the Royal Malaysian Navy;

Integrated Logistics Support; and

Performance of Commercial Package Programme


Commercial package programme

COMMERCIAL PACKAGE PROGRAMME

CPP consists of the following elements:

Incorporation of the local content in the design and construction of the PV of not less than Ringgit One Thousand Six Hundred and Five Million (RM1,605,000,000.00), referred to as CPP No. 1.

Offsets programme of not less than Ringgit One Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety Million One Hundred and Sixteen Thousand Ninety (RM 1,690,116,090.00), referred to as CPP No.2

Counter-purchase obligations of not less than Ringgit Six Hundred Million (RM600,000,000.00), referred to as CPP No. 3


Objectives of commercial package programme

OBJECTIVES OF COMMERCIAL PACKAGE PROGRAMME

  • To assist in the establishment of an indigenous self sufficient sector to provide through-life support of the PV;

  • To develop and enhance the standards of the maritime related industries in Malaysia;

  • To upgrade the available technology in the defence related industries in Malaysia to support the PV;

  • To ensure the transfer of technology; and

  • To develop and enhance any other areas of technology as may be determined by the Government of Malaysia.


Joint monitoring committee

JOINT MONITORING COMMITTEE

  • For the purpose of monitoring the implementation of CPP, the Government of Malaysia set up a committee known as the “Joint Monitoring Committee” (JMC) which comprises the representatives from MOF, Defence Industry (MOD), MITI, MED, BN Shipyard and other Government representative(s) as may be required.


Local content

Means:

man hours provided by Malaysian citizens employed for the design and construction of the PV by BN Shipyard or any third party;

raw materials produced, and components and equipment manufactured in Malaysia; and

imported raw materials or semi finished components.

Vendor Development Programme or VDP means the programme, which sets out the parameters for the development and promotion of vendors to participate in the:

Suppliers of raw materials produced, and components and equipment manufactured in Malaysia;

Suppliers of imported raw materials or semi-finished components in which local elements have been incorporated; and

Service providers of the activities referred to in production, manufacturing and performance related to steel components, machinery components, electrical, PCB assembly, equipment and services, accommodation outfitting, oil and gas fabrication and related services, fibre glass equipment and painting services.

LOCAL CONTENT


Offset

Consists of Direct and Indirect Offsets

Direct offsets are activities, which are directly related to the Patrol Vessels, which would assist in the establishment of an indigenous self-sufficient sector to provide through-life support of the Patrol Vessels.

Indirect Offsets are activities, which are not directly related to the Patrol Vessels, which would:

Develop and enhance the standards of maritime related industries in Malaysia;

Upgrade the available technology in the defence related industries in Malaysia to support the Patrol Vessels;

Ensure the transfer of technology; and

Develop and enhance any other areas of technology as may be determined by the Government of Malaysia

OFFSET


Offset continuation

Offsets activities shall be as follows:

Transfer of Technology

Research and Development

Technical Assistance

Training and Skills Upgrade

Procurement of Goods and Services

Sub Contract of Works

Investments

Marketing Assistance

Buy-back Arrangements

Joint Venture Arrangements

Collaborative Ventures with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; and

Any activities as agreed upon between the Government of Malaysia and BN Shipyard

OFFSET - continuation


Achievement to date

Offsets

100% completed and fee is fully collected .

Local Content

27% completed

27% of fee collected

ACHIEVEMENT TO DATE


Challenges

Offsets

relatively easy to achieve and the fees have been collected in full.

Local Content

Establishing common understanding on the “interpretation” between JMC and Implementor(s);

Participation of foreign entities to incorporate “local content” in their scope of obligations;

Trade secrets;

Time factor;

Ability and readiness of local entities.

CHALLENGES


Implementation challenges in defense acquisition requirements of local content and offset

THANK YOU


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