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KBR has been awarded a four year contract extension for Capability Support Coordinator services for the Canberra class LHDs.

XTEK has acquired US market provider of body armour and personal protective equipment, HighCom Armor Solutions.

In the Major Acquisition – Over $50 million category the two finalists are in very different programs; Air 5438 Lead-In Fighter Capability Assurance Program Phase 1A and Land 125 Phase 3B.

To illustrate the contribution that Australian innovators can make to ADF operational capability, consider a single, imaginary operation undertaken by the ADF.

Naval Group has launched the Suffren, the first of six Barracuda class nuclear submarines, reinvigorating a polarised debate in Australia.

The scale, uncertainty, interdependency and emergent nature of ADF investments represents a high level of complexity. Defence personnel, and the companies in their supply chain, need the skills to manage complex projects.

The winners of this year’s Women in Defence Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Canberra last night.

Defence industry is putting in effort to attract skilled women. So why are they leaving in record numbers?

DARPA has started looking into building robots that can service satellites in geosynchronous orbit.

As they focus on minimising the life cycle costs of platforms and systems, one of the more promising targets for military managers is equipment corrosion.

Beca has been awarded a contract for the continued management of Seaworthiness Materiel Assessments within the RAN’s Fleet Engineering Directorate.

Form Cut, REDARC and IntelliParticle have taken out the top prize at the 2019 Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony.

The RAAF has started flying alongside USAF F-22 Raptor stealth fighter aircraft as part of an Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC) activity for Exercise Talisman Sabre.

Defence recently issued a Request for Information for a platform to replace the Army’s Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopters.

Australian cyber security company Penten has secured contracts worth $2.2 million to deliver cyber defences for Army.