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31 Mar 2017

Defence dollar important for whole of Australia

Former RAAF pilot and current defence advocate for NSW Air Marshall (Ret’d) John Harvey has stressed that national defence spending is essential in...
qinetiq md talks ins and outs of integrating rubikon
31 Mar 2017
QinetiQ MD talks ins and outs of integrating RubiKon
The key factor in the integration process being adopted by QinetiQ to bring in the assets of its recent acquisition RubiKon is managing staff, accord...
defence expenditure reporting in the spotlight
31 Mar 2017
Defence expenditure reporting in the spotlight
A public hearing examining the Department of Defence’s aquisition and sustainment reporting starts today in Canberra. ...
30 Mar 2017
NSW best and brightest pitch to primes
Australia’s biggest defence companies came together with university students for a careers speed networking event to recruit the next generation of ...
30 Mar 2017
DoD responds to audit findings labelling the Army ‘ineffective’
The Department of Defence (DoD) has responded to an audit that found the Australian Army’s workforce management to be ineffective and unsuccessful ...
30 Mar 2017
How prime CEOs can help defence startups
The defence industry needs to do smaller outfits a favour and “remove the romance”, says former Lockheed Martin chief executive Rear Admiral (Ret...
30 Mar 2017
Aussie defence businesses excel at getting job done: Raytheon
Australian defence sector players tend to cut through red tape and “get the job done”, according to Raytheon director of emerging markets Mark Noy...
29 Mar 2017
Defence white paper crucial in addressing global developments
With unpredictable developments occurring around the world, strategic defence policy and capabilities have never been more important, according to Mi...
29 Mar 2017
EOS secures multimillion-dollar weapons contract
Electro Optic Systems (EOS) has announced it has secured a $150-170 million contract to supply remote weapon systems products to Orbital ATK. ...
28 Mar 2017
Defence approves military deals with Saudi Arabia
Australian defence firms have secured contracts to supply military equipment to Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest importer of arms. ...

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