Defence has bought six new M88A2 HERCULES armoured recovery vehicles, marking an important milestone for Army.
In a collaborative project with Australian industry, the Royal Australian Navy is extending its use of simulation in training to ensure future electronic warfare sailors are equipped with the most advanced skills to successfully fight at sea.
The Performance Based Contracting (PBC) International Conference 2017 will provide a frank and robust forum where government agencies, defence industry members and international partners can discuss the evolution of the current best practice performance based contracts and how these have shaped positive outcomes for the Australian government and the defence industry.
The Commonwealth has provided approval for the development of a Short Range Ground Based Air Defence system to improve protection for deployed personnel.
The 2017 Defence + Industry (D+I) Conference will bring together keynote speakers, decision-makers, equipment operators, project managers and prime and small to medium enterprises from across the Defence and security sector.
The Department of Defence is conducting a series of Naval Shipbuilding Industry Briefings across regional Australia in April and May 2017
In a major project milestone for the Australian Defence Force and United States Air Force, the relocated C-Band Space Surveillance Radar System has reached Full Operational Capability.
DEPSEC CASG talks women's footy, his family and Australian Defence Industry in a must read speech delivered to the ADM Conference on Tuesday 7th February 2017
Today marks a significant milestone for the first Air Warfare Destroyer, Hobart, as the next phase of sea trials commence in Adelaide. Hobart will sail into waters off the coast of South Australia to undertake testing of combat, communications and additional platform systems.
HERCULES armoured recovery vehicles delivered
Electronic warfare simulation equips sailors and submarines to protect fleets
$2 Billion Ground Based Air Defence System contract with Raytheon Australia
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on average our projects are delivered 5% under budget
of Materiel Capability Performance measures are being met in 29 of our largest, most complex projects.
average slippage for projects approved since 1 July 2005, versus over 50% for their predecessors.
The Department is seeking Senior Executives to join its Independent Assurance Review (IAR) team.
IAR is a process intended to improve project outcomes and ensure that Defence is able to provide high quality and reliable advice to Government regarding the health and outlook of major capital acquisition and sustainment project, products and programs.
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