ADM Defence Support Service Conference Agenda 2013

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ADM Defence Support Service Conference Agenda 2013

  1. 1. THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS GOLD SPONSORS LANYARD SPONSORSATCHEL SPONSOR LUNCH SPONSORLEGAL SPONSOR EXHIBITOR EVENT PARTNER
  2. 2. http://www.slideshare.net/informaoz 2nd Defence Support Services Summit 19 September 2013, Hyatt Hotel Canberra 8:30 Registration and morning coffee 8:50 Opening remarks from Chair David Barnes, Head of Business Development - Government & Defence, Aurecon KEYNOTE ADDRESS 9:00 Working with Defence and DSRG Steve Grzeskowiak, Deputy Secretary, Defence Support and Reform, Defence Support and Reform Group PARTNERING WITH INDUSTRY 9:30 Effectively working with industry to achieve ‘Value for Money’ in Defence Support • Base Support Services • Current performance challenges • Future requirements Mark Jenkin, Head of Defence Support Operation, Defence Support and Reform Group DEFENCE STRATEGIC POLICY 10:00 Defence support and Defence’s strategic policies • The relationship between Defence policy, national support policy and defence support industry • Influence of industry’s peak bodies on strategic policy • Defence’s strategic level policies for industry and innovation Michael Shoebridge, First Assistant Secretary, Strategic Policy, Department of Defence
  3. 3. http://www.slideshare.net/informaoz 10:30 Morning tea 11:00 The future landscape of remediation • Forms and methods of engagement Douglas Moss, General Manager, Environmental & Engineering Services, Thiess RISK ISSUES 11:30 Managing security risk in Defence and defence industry This session will look at the insider threat, cyber issues, interspersed with some theory on security risk-management. Frank Colley, AM, CSC, Chief Security Officer, Defence Security Authority 12:00 Key issues and performance indicators for major capital projects • Infrastructure • Contractor performance • PPPs • Changed business model • Expectations and compliance Mike Healy, Assistant Secretary Environment and Engineering, Defence Support and Reform Group 12:30 Lunch 1:30 Benchmarking support services • Implementation of quality measurements in new projects • A culture of high performance and consistency for new businesses • Major challenges in day to day operations BRIG Darren Naumann, Acting Head of Infrastructure, Defence Support and Reform Group
  4. 4. http://www.slideshare.net/informaoz 2:00 Effectively allocating risk for defence support • Assessing current appetites for risk from internal and external stakeholders • Determine project risk for major infrastructure developments • Managing stakeholder expectations • Achieving acceptable risk sharing models to suit all parties • Contract risk management • Minimising exposure to contract risk • Strategies for negotiation • Delivering win-win contracts for major Defence infrastructure projects • Dispute resolutions mechanisms Marko Misko, Partner, Clayton Utz PANEL DISCUSSION 2:30 Enhancing communication between Defence and Industry • What currently works well, and what doesn’t? • What are the communication challenges and how can they be addressed? • How to increase speed and efficiency across Defence and Industry • Mark Jenkin, Head of Defence Support Operation, Defence Support and Reform Group • BRIG Darren Naumann, Acting Head of Infrastructure, Defence Support and Reform Group • Marko Misko, Partner, Clayton Utz • Peter Hoskins, Technical Director, AECOM • Michael Rinaudo, Sector Leader Defence, Sitzler Moderated by: John O’Callaghan, Director, Defence & Government Relations, Ai Group
  5. 5. http://www.slideshare.net/informaoz 3:10 Afternoon tea 3:40 Project financing in a public sector environment • Public project finance options • Beyond PPP – possible shorter term project financing options • Maximising competition in a infrastructure or services led environment Peter Jones, Global Competency Leader – Business and Infrastructure Advisory, Aurecon 4:10 Architectural importance in the MPFR stage • Understanding the importance of the MPFR in delivering successful financial and functional outcomes • Case studies of how good master planning delivers both community and value John Flynn, Director, Conrad Gargett Riddel 4:40 Closing remarks from the Chair 4:45 Networking drinks

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