After receiving over 100 entries across the six categories, ADM is pleased to announce the finalists for the inaugural Women in Defence Awards for 2018. Read more
ASC Shipbuilding has won an international maritime safety award for an in-house designed-and-built system that monitors fire risks and directs the emergency response.
Northrop Grumman, ViaSat, and Optus have awarded two $31,500 scholarships to rural Australian students to study at the Australian National University’s Burgmann College.
Nominations have closed for ADM's inaugural Women in Defence Awards, to be held on July 27 in Canberra. Tickets are now available.
Eleven Australian civil security and community protection companies have been shortlisted for the inaugural CIVSEC 2018 Innovation Awards.
Global aerospace giant Boeing has named CSIRO as technology supplier of the year for 2017.
Employers from across New South Wales were recognised for their support of ADF Reservists at the Defence Reserves Support Council’s annual Employer Support Awards event in Sydney.
The inaugural Women in Defence Awards were launched last week at the 15th annual ADM Congress in Canberra.
CASG Deputy Secretary Kim Gillis and ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing announced the finalists of the Essington Lewis Awards 2018.
Internationally recognised Defence scientist Zenka Mathys has won the 2017 Minister's Award for Achievement in Defence Science for improving fire safety for Navy ships, submarines and crew.
All interested parties are asked to complete an expression of interest document and submit by December 13, 2017.
The Essington Lewis Awards are designed to recognise excellence in the degree to which industry and the Department of Defence have worked together in a spirit of collaboration to overcome challenges or problems.
The award was in recognition of ATS’ supply of products and services to the world’s largest range contract for the construction of 34 military ranges in the UAE.
Nominations for the awards covered some of the wide range of services that support NZ Defence, including information technology, engineering and catering supplies.
Judges were faced with an unenviable task as a strong lineup of entrants contested the inaugural Maritime Australia Industry Innovation Awards.