17 Sep 2015
Speaking to media, the DCNS senior leadership team of Sean Costello and Brent Clark outlined their preference for a hybrid build of the Future Submarine.
A comprehensive report on the Williams Foundation 6 August seminar, Plan Jericho, Shaping Design-Led Innovation, has been prepared for the Foundation by Dr Robbin Laird.
One of the major problems facing the Defence Estate and Infrastructure Group (DE&IG) is how to best manage an ageing Defence Estate to deliver facilities that are fit for purpose for the ADF and at the same time are sustainable and provide value for money.
The NZ Ministry of Defence has shortlisted Hyundai Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) to provide best and final offers for the replacement of the Royal NZ Navy fleet tanker HMNZS Endeavour.
Lockheed Martin has filed a formal protest against a $US6.75 billion US Army contract for new armoured trucks awarded to Oshkosh Corp last month.
French naval shipbuilder DCNS and Italian rival Fincantieri are in discussions about creating a joint venture.
Seven Australian organisations will receive Australian Government funding of $14.2 million to develop and demonstrate innovative technologies that can enhance defence capability.
Deloitte Australia has recruited former Army chief Lieutenant General David Morrison as a special adviser on leadership.
For Defence, time can only tell what may come as the dust settles after a tumultuous week in Canberra. Will Kevin Andrews stay on as Minister? Otherwise it's business as usual as our editor Katherine Ziesing reads between the lines on what the DCNS leadership had to say about the Future Submarine Program – is a hybrid build their preferred option?
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