archTIS has announced the release of Kojensi Enterprise v2.0 to ensure secure document collaboration and sharing of sensitive content between government, defence, defence industry base (DIB), and higher education institutions.

The Queensland Government has unveiled a $1.1 million scheme to offer free TAFE training and apprenticeships to ADF veterans transitioning to careers in civil industry.

Throughout the Indo-Pacific, Indigenous nations have strengths that need to be acknowledged, leveraged, and recognised as an asset to benefit their nation. But we must also recognise that vulnerabilities exist that can be exploited by coercive actors.

The government has announced it will not be proceeding with the decision to build a 2700 metre concrete runway at Australia’s Davis research station, following a detailed environmental and economic assessment.

Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price has today launched a new organisation to replace the Centre for Defence Industry Capability.

The Indigenous Procurement Policy is a valuable pathway for promoting Indigenous business development in the industry However, compliance with the IPP alone is not a satisfactory measure of the quality of the opportunities it affords.

A new report has said that Singapore is expected to spend $18.57b on defence by 2026, up from $15.23b in 2021 and will be driven by factors as diverse as terrorism threats to sustaining its large overseas military training presence.

The Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority (SICP) and Capability Improvement Grants Programs are concluding for this financial year, Defence has announced.

This article will help you identify “controlled technology” Red Flags we have witnessed within the Defence sector.

The expanses of northern Australia offer unrivalled training opportunities, strategically vital defence infrastructure, and maritime sustainment capabilities at the nexus of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

As we prepare to close another issue of this magazine, it’s time to wish fair winds and following seas to another ADM team member, as Advertising and Features Manager David Jones calls time after more than 14 years in the role.

The 10th Light Horse Regiment (10LH) has been re-raised.

The government has awarded DMTC Limited a $3 million contract and QinetiQ a $5.4 million contract.

As investment in defence projects ramps up and job opportunities abound, Kinexus’ Defence Industry Insights paper reveals that focus is turning to adjacent industries and strategic partnerships to grow the Australian defence industry workforce.

BenchOn has partnered with Disaster Relief Australia (DRA) to launch a world‐first, free platform that matches generous companies with impacted regions.

The companies will respond to a range of identified Defence capability challenges.