Defence Export Controls Outreach 2018
Defence Export Controls (DEC), within the Department of Defence is commencing another year of outreach programs. This year we will be visiting Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney. During these visits we will explain what regulations govern export controls and what is required of exporters to ensure efficient and compliant exports.
Our program is aimed at small to medium enterprises, particularly those who are involved in defence industry and academic/research organisations that collaborate with overseas entities.
Our next program will be held in Sydney on Tuesday, 13 November 2018. The program will be delivered in three sessions. Time has been allocated during each session for QA following presentations. There will be no costs for attendance and catering will be provided.
Session One: Introduction to export control regulations
Our first session covers the basics of export controls and regulations. This introduction will introduce the fundamentals and pave the way for discussions throughout the day.
Session Two: Whole of Government
During this session, participants will hear from a variety of government departments and agencies to gain an understanding of the whole-of-government approach to managing exports from Australia.
Session Three: Practical applications
In our final session, a 'Defence Industry Stream' specific presentation and an 'Academic/Research Stream' specific presentation will be run simultaneously. We ask that participants attend the presentation most relevant to your field.
Remembrance Day is one of the most significant Australian commemorations, and in the year of the Centenary of Armistice, you are invited to join Legacy for a corporate lunch to reflect on Australia’s contribution to past and present conflicts.The Legacy Remembrance Lunch will provide a unique insight into corporate leadership from a military perspective.
Join us and experience the unique opportunity to have lunch with a member of the Australian Defence Force whom have been deployed overseas as part of their service to Australia.
We will be joined by special guest speaker, the Hon. Linda Reynolds, Liberal Senator for Western Australia who served in the Australian Army as a Reserve Officer for 29 years.
Tickets are at $180pp or you can purchase a table of 10 at $1,750.
The Legacy Remembrance Lunch is proudly supported by our Venue Sponsor, Doltone House and Event Sponsor, StatePlus.
Defence Industry representatives are invited to attend a briefing by the Department of Defence on the future of Australia’s military training environment being developed through the Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative (ASMTI).
The ASMTI will see Singapore invest about $2 billion to jointly develop military training areas – expanding the Shoalwater Bay Training Area (SWBTA) and establishing a new training area in North Queensland. Over the life of the Initiative there is an opportunity to deliver the foundations for technology-enabled training areas.
The design of next generation training areas – amid the evolving character of conflict and rapid advances in technology – is being considered by the ASMTI. This includes the integration of space, cyber and information environments into the more traditional training environments of land, sea and air as well as the use of robotics and autonomous systems.
Department of Defence officials will brief industry representatives on the broader ADF simulation context and the role of the ASMTI within this framework. Discussions will provide an opportunity for industry to identify potential opportunities and discuss developments with Defence, industry and higher education representatives.
Who should attend?
Industry representatives with a strong background in the design and development of defence training, training facilities and collective training technology are encouraged to attend. Due to limited numbers, one representative per organisation should attend. An addendum will be posted on the AusTender website when registration is full.
Where: Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra Ave, Canberra
When: 9:30am - 11:30am, 9 November 2018