Following the announcement of the fourth #T-TeC event in July, the Leonardo and Telespazio Open Innovation contest for researchers, STEM and university students from all over the world is about to go live.
Vittorio Colao, Minister for Technological Innovation and Digital Transition with responsibility for Aerospace, today visited the Matera Space Hub, which combines the historic home of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the e-GEOS Space Centre, a joint venture ASI and Telespazio, part of Leonardo Group.
Companies that wish to become candidates for Telespazio S.p.A.’s supplier qualification system, must complete the fields required in the sections of the electronic form, by entering their Company’s registry details and informationEntering of true, accurate, current and complete information is required.
During the registration phase, the supplier will receive credentials (UserID and Password) for accessing the Portal in a profiled, secure manner. These credentials are strictly personal and must not be given to anyone else for any reason.
The process is broken down into two phases:
This involves entering:
Certifications held by your organisation (e.g. ISO 9001)
Goods Categories for which you are seeking to become suppliers. Telespazio’s Goods Categories are an integral part of the Leonardo Group's general Goods Tree, to which reference must be made during self-candidacy. To facilitate identification of the same, an (Excel) file is available that shows correspondence between Telespazio’s GCs and the Group’s ones.
If help is required for all buying services, suppliers can contact the dedicated help-desk service by sending an e-mail to the address: email@example.com or by phoning the free call number +39 800 591122 or +390654641514 for calls from abroad. This service is available from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 18:00.