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Defending the nation: a commitment to military capability
The budget speech has recommitted to the election promise to build "Defence spending to 2% of GDP within a decade".
Australia
21 May 2014
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Defence Policy under an Abbott Government
This article simply outlines the key policy objectives of the Abbott government in the area of Defence.
Australia
3 Oct 2013
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Modest growth promised for Defence funding
Between the Budget and the White Paper, the Government sidestepped the challenge of matching capabilities and funding.
Australia
16 May 2013
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No surprises in Defence Budget savings
The budget projects Defence will deliver an overall contribution to budget savings of $5.5 billion over the next four years.
Australia
11 May 2012
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External Administration and AML/CTF Act obligations
Last week AUSTRAC published Information Circular No. 76 - External Administration and AML/CTF Act obligations. The Information Circular confirms that a company under the control of an external administrator must still comply with all of its obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Act).
Australia
5 Apr 2011
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Update on the Establishment of The Military Court Of Australia
In our June 2010 edition, we reported on the announcement by the Attorney-General and the Minister for Defence of the establishment of a new federal court, the Military Court of Australia (MCA), and the key features of the MCA. Since then, the Government introduced enabling legislation, the Military Court of Australia Bill 2010 (Cth) (Bill), into the House of Representatives. The Bill received its second reading speech on 24 June 2010. However, due to the prorogation of the 42nd Parliament and t
Australia
30 Sep 2010
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New Military Court of Australia Announced: a Constitutional Alternative?
The Attorney-General and the Minister for Defence have recently announced the establishment of a new federal court, the Military Court of Australia (MCA), under Chapter III of the Australian Constitution.
Australia
1 Jul 2010
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ACCC v DRS C3 Systems Inc - Government Procurement and Anti-Competitive Conduct
In an important reminder that government departments and agencies can easily be the target of anti-competitive arrangements, a US-based defence technology company has recently admitted to engaging in collusive tendering in contravention of the competition law provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v DRS C3 Systems Inc NSD588/2009, orders made by Edmonds J on 5 February 2010). The conduct related to a procurement project of the Commonwealt
Australia
1 Apr 2010
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AUSTRACīs AML/CTF Act Reporting Implementation Policy
On 19 September 2008, AUSTRAC released a reporting implementation policy to assist reporting entities with new reporting obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (AML/CTF Act).
Australia
23 Sep 2008
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Legal Update: Terror Trial Wake Up Call For Occupational Security
The recent terror trials are a sobering reminder that the threat of terrorist attack in Australia is unfortunately very real. Companies need to proactively manage that risk.
Australia
22 Sep 2008
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