In a virtual meeting on 6 January, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida signed a Reciprocal Access Agreement between the two countries to enable ADF and Japan Self Defense Force co-operative activities. Read more
I draw the comparison that Defence spending is being used as an economic vaccine for the nation; a chance to grow and invest and also protect what is already in place.
These five pillars encapsulate my vision and approach to changing the way we support and do business with defence industry.
Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds and Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price have announced 'significant improvements' to the AIC Program.
The value of estate works contracts scheduled for release this quarter has plummeted.
ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing reflects on the pros and cons of the new suite of Defence policy documents released this week.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has unveiled the government’s updated Defence Strategy and Force Structure Review for the next 10 years.
In the post pandemic environment, it will become imperative that Government moves to assure greater resilience of supply and self-reliance.
The 2020 US Marine Corps rotation to Darwin (MRF-D) will now go ahead.
An independent review of the Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) will aim to strengthen support for small and regional businesses.
ADM spoke with Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price about actions taken to support SMEs in the wake of COVID-19.
Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds and Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price have released a joint statement outlining economic support measures for defence industry as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
The difference in public communications around COVID-19 between the Australian and NZ governments has been commented on much in the past month.
For the better part of two decades, government (and by extension the Department of Defence) have blown hot and cold on Australian Defence industry.
There are a range of regulatory challenges for any potential or existing Defence supplier to consider in order to remain both current and competitive.
The plans provide information and set key priorities on how the Australian Government would work with defence industry to build and grow sovereign industrial capabilities.