This week Editor Katherine Ziesing highlights shortfalls in Army's workforce management following the release of an ANAO report and there's a definite space theme with a French space expert encouraging the establishment of a local space agency and a launch of Australian cubesats.
In other news, the clock is ticking with new data breach reporting laws affecting most businesses coming into effect in less than a year and the Damen built multi-role aviation training vessel MV Sycamore has completed her sea trials.
Upon the announcement yesterday of his retirement from the post of Defence Secretary, the ADM team takes this opportunity to acknowledge Dennis Richardson's long and dedicated public service and wish him well for the future.
And finally, as we approach ANZAC Day, we acknowledge the sacrifice and dedication of Australia's military personnel, past and present.
Lest we forget.
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Army has 10 categories that have either serious or critical workforce issues and require direct management attention. more»
The industry is seeing unprecedented change which can only increase opportunities for space-related businesses. more»
The next 12 months are crucial for organisations to prepare for mandatory data breach legislation. more»
RMIT’s “Team Aquarius” entered the competition with a proposal for modular palletised equipment to convert Airbus A400M Atlas transport aircraft to temporary aerial firefighting platforms. more»
The launch of the first cubesat, known as ‘Biarri Point’, marks the first risk mitigation phase of a 5-Eyes mission in which members are working to explore cubesat formation flying. more»
Sycamore was put through her paces with an extensive testing program of all on-board military systems. more»
The deployment to RAF Lakenheath in England has been long-planned. more»