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Azores ISLP: Phase 2

PTSpace-Admin on 28 de March, 2019

Thalia Theatre, Lisboa | 29 March 2019 | 11h00 -13h00

Public presentation of Phase 2: March 2019 – Launch of formal competitive dialogue

Competitive Dialogue for the Construction, Operation and Exploitation of a Spaceport enabling a new generation of launch services, located in the island of Santa Maria, Azores

Launched by The Regional Government of Azores with the technical assistance of the Portuguese Space Agency, PORTUGAL SPACE, in coordination with the technical support of the European Space Agency

Presentation and debate coordinated by Chiara Manfleti and Luís Santos, Portugal Space

INVITATION and SCOPE: the context of the legal procedure for a Competitive Dialogue for the Construction, Operation and Exploitation of a Spaceport enabling a new generation of launch services, located in the island of Santa Maria, Azores, the Portuguese Space Agency, PORTUGAL SPACE, invited interested parties to a workshop on March 29, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., to be held at the Thalia Theatre in Lisbon (Estrada das Laranjeiras, n.º 205, Lisboa), to discuss the Azores International Satellite Launch Program.

The workshop featured a presentation on the Competitive Dialogue and on the benefits of the model pursued.

AGENDA, 11am-1pm:
11 am – Welcome remarks:
Manuel Heitor, Minister for Science, Technology and Higher Education, PT (read intervention here)
Gui Menezes, Azores Regional Secretary for the Seas, Science and Technology, PT (read intervention here)
Main objectives of the competitive dialogue and the envisaged model:
Chiara Manfletti, Portugal Space President (read presentation here)
– Paulo Ferrão, Portuguese S&T Foundation President
Overview of the legal procedure and highlight of relevant aspects:
VdA, Legal advisors
Submission procedures, on-line platform (AcinGov):
Susana Martins, AcinGov
Q&A:
– Moderators: Chiara Manfletti and Luis Santos (Portugal Space)
1 pm – Final remarks and Closure

A light lunch was served at 1pm in the gardens of the Thalia Theatre

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