DMO GROUPS AND DIVISIONS
The Defence Materiel Organisation’s (DMO) structure will comprise of business groups each headed by a General Manager from 1 February 2013.
The Chief Finance Officer and the Chief Audit Executive will continue to report directly to the CEO DMO.
The new structure is as follows
DCEO - GM Commercial
The Commercial Group monitors DMO's internal benchmarks, facilitates disposals and export-related activities, including Government-to-Government (G-to-G) sales, in support of Australian defence industry. It also manages distribution of tenders and management of grants and industry up-skilling programs.
Commercial Group provides direct support to industry by:
The group includes; the Office of Special Counsel, Commercial and Industry Programs, Commercial and Enabling Services, Business Operations and DMO Reform Divisions.
GM Joint Systems and Air
The Joint Systems and Air group is responsible for all acquisition and sustainment business conducted through DMO’s Aerospace Systems Division, Electronic Systems, New Air Combat Capability, Helicopter Systems and Standardisation Office Divisions. In addition it is also has a shared responsibility with the Land and Maritime Group for managing the implementation of reform that will deliver $5.5 billion of savings over 10 years under the Smart Sustainment stream of Defence’s Strategic Reform Program.Aerospace Systems | Electronic Systems | Helicopter Systems | New Air Combat Capability | Project Wedgetail
GM Land and Maritime
The Land and Maritime group is responsible for all acquisition and sustainment business conducted through DMO’s Land Systems, Maritime Systems, Air Warfare Destroyer and Explosive Ordnance Divisions. In addition it is also has a shared responsibility with the Joint Systems and Air Group for managing the implementation of reform that will deliver $5.5 billion of savings over 10 years under the Smart Sustainment stream of Defence’s Strategic Reform Program.Land Systems | Maritime Systems | Explosive Ordnance | Air Warfare Destroyer | Rizzo Report | Lewincamp Report | Whalan Report
Defence Materiel Organisation’s Submarines Group is responsible for all materiel-related aspects of submarine support across Defence, and works closely with the Chief of Navy, other Government departments, and industry to get the job done. The Group manages:Sustainment of the existing Collins Class Submarine fleet and Assembly of the Future Submarine Fleet (SEA 1000).
The Chief Finance Officer and the Chief Audit Executive report directly to the CEO DMO.