This National Reconciliation Week, BAE Systems Australia has announced it is taking the next steps in its Indigenous engagement, through a new Strategic Relationship Agreement with the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC), and an enhancement to the company’s partnership with the Diversity Council Australia (DCA) with support for its Inaugural D&I Oration. “This Strategic Relationship Agreement … Continue reading BAE Systems welcomes new Indigenous partnerships
Melbourne based family manufacturer, Marand, has partnered with BAE Systems to build highly armoured reconnaissance vehicles for the Army, according to The Australian. The Department of Defence (DoD) will spend a year testing prototype vehicle contenders, including the Marand/BAE contribution, to ensure they can survive on modern battlefields. DoD is upgrading its current “soft-skinned” Land … Continue reading Family company partners with BAE Systems to build next-gen armoured vehicles
The Department of Defence (DoD) has officially put out its IT procurement panel out to tender, according to ARN. The DoD put out a request to tender on 30 January to create its new Information Communication and Technology Provider Arrangement (ICTPA). The ICTPA is a new panel arrangement and covers three service areas: systems integration; … Continue reading Department of Defence officially tenders IT procurement panel
Defence supplier BAE Systems celebrated its 60th anniversary of operation in Australia at a ceremony in Canberra last week.
Defence manufacturer BAE Systems has sent an internal memo to workers at the Williamstown shipyard urging them to work hard despite a looming shortage in shipbuilding work.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union is seeking a meeting with the Federal Government following concerns about the job security of 1,000 workers at the Williamstown shipyards in Melbourne.
The Australian reports today that the delivery of the Air Warfare Destroyer project will be pushed back due to cuts in the Defence budget.