Royal Australian Mint Access Control Replacement.
Royal Australian Mint Access Control – Royal Australian Mint has launched and electronic access controls (EAC) replacement project and will go to tender shortly seeking submissions.
The Royal Australian Mint is the sole producer of all of Australia’s circulating coins and is a Commonwealth Government entity operating within the portfolio of the Treasury. The Royal Australian Mint is situated in the Australian federal capital city of Canberra, in Denison St, in the suburb of Deakin.
The facility was opened in 1965 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, to coincide with the introduction of decimal currency. The mint consists of 2 buildings, an administration building, and a process building. The administration building houses the engravers, a laboratory, and a vibration-free basement where coinage is measured to ensure correct size and weight.
This is a future tender with an estimated closing date of June 30, 2023 – you’ll need to keep an eye out here for the tender to be released.
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“Royal Australian Mint Access Control Replacement.”