ICCPM Fellow’s Anthony Fraser and Kim Gillis Begin New Chapters

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Congratulations ICCPM Fellow Anthony (Tony) Fraser Named New Head of the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) in the Australian Department of Defence, as we farewell ICCPM Fellow Kim Gills who Sets for Retirement!

ICCPM would like to take the opportunity to congratulate Tony Fraser for his recent appointment as Head of CASG, beginning November 2018. Tony has a substantial background in military and Defence capability, acquisition and sustainment, as well as accumulating 5500 military flying hours to reach the rank of Major General and achieving an A1 flying instructor rating.

The appointment comes at a time when he will be responsible for delivering the Government’s recent $200 billion investment commitment in Australia’s future Defence capability.

We look forward to continuing to work closely with our Platinum Partner CASG to build their capability in complex project management.

Acknowledgement must also be made to Kim Gillis.  Kim has earned himself his retirement after leading the CASG charge for last 3 years of his 38 year career!  It is without a doubt that Kim has played an instrumental role in a number of National Defence projects and he leaves behind him a strong legacy felt through major reforms in Defence such as he adoption of Smart Buyer and the new Capability Life Cycle in Defence.

We wish Kim all the best!

Read the Australian Defence Article.

2018-10-12T14:43:04+00:00