UNDERSTANDING THE FUTURE RELATIONSHIP OF NAVY AND INDUSTRY

  • 10 Jul 2019
  • 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Jakovich Centre - 4 McGrath Road Henderson WA

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Image result for royal australian navy logo Date: Wednesday 10 July 2019
 
Time:
2.30 PM  - 4.30 PM
  Cost:
No Cost Image result for henderson alliance logo

  Venue:
Jakovich Centre, 4 McGrath Road  Henderson WA
  MC:
Brett Peek, Industry Engagement Manager

“A briefing from Navy including people in uniform about the needs to Navy, the help required, and the methods of engagement.”

JOIN US AS WE EXPLORE:

• What are the issues that potentially impede industry’s awareness of Navy’s capability interests and requirements.
• What would assist industry to overcome these impediments, i.e. to enhance industry’s awareness of Navy’s capability interests and requirements;
 » What can Navy do to improve its understanding of what industry has to offer, e.g:
 » Industry’s capabilities
 » Current and aspirational research and development programs

 

BACKGROUND
Australia is engaged in one of the most extensive and ambitious naval shipbuilding programs anywhere in the world to modernise and re-generate Navy’s fleet. The Chief of Navy - Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO (CN) recognises the effectiveness of Navy’s relationships with industry will be one of the most critical drivers for Navy’s future success. CN wants to move beyond Navy’s largely transactional relationships with industry where it simply pays a fee for a service. He wants to develop deeper and more effective transformational relationships which are open-ended, built on trust and promote open, twoway dialogue where both parties work towards a common goal.  

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