Project Outcomes – Simulation
“Competence, Capacity and Commitment through Partnership”
For the Defence Simulation Support Panel (DSSP), Project Outcomes has assembled an extensive team of Sub-Contractors whose technical and management skills and experience provide complementary services, enhanced capability and capacity to the Project Outcomes DSSP Team. Collectively, these companies have the ability required, either singularly or working in concert, to meet every requirement for the DSSP. The Sub-Contractor companies that, together with Project Outcomes, comprise the Project Outcomes-Simulation team are:
Amentum is an Australian company with a mission to improve global security by solving problems in nuclear security, counter proliferation, and CBRN defence. Amentum provides a computational modelling service to accurately and rapidly model radiological threats, and is developing a third-party CBRN add-on for simulation training environments. Amentum is a corporate member of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society and an active member of the Defence industry.
Simcon Services Pty Ltd (Simcon) – Simcon was established in August 1999, by Mr Peter Hill, as an independent organisation delivering simulation consultancy services to the Simulation Industry Association of Australia, to government, and to industry. Simcon’s expertise includes technical analysis, system engineering, project management, and quality systems development. Simcon has a strong technical background, combined with up-to-date knowledge of the latest simulation technologies, applications and projects. It offers customers valuable insight into the state-of-the-art and future trends.
Majura Consulting Pty Ltd (Majura) – Majura provides high-end engineering services across: telecommunications technology; military communications and information systems; architectural views and systems engineering; communications skills; and Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V). Majura has worked with Project Outcomes for the last 15 years.
Logistics Solutions Australasia Pty Ltd (LSA) – LSA was formed in May 1998 to specifically support the Defence Acquisition Organisation and Logistics Commands (Army, Navy & Air Force), now known as the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO). LSA’s core business is supporting Defence technologies in the acquisition and sustainment logistics domain with the majority of their growth derived directly from supporting Defence, and the remainder assisting Defence Industry. LSA’s unbroken ten-year partnership with Defence has seen the company grow to over 50 full-time employees supported by a small number of specialist and trusted Sub-Contractor companies. LSA has successfully demonstrated to its Defence clients a high level of professionalism, dedication, practical skills and successful outcomes. They have provided professional support to over 60 Defence projects resulting from over 150 individual Contracts for the provision of Integrated Logistic Support (ILS), Project Management & Systems Engineering services in support of Defence capability acquisition. Over several years, LSA has supported Project Outcomes in its provision of support services to ADSO and the Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC). LSA is Quality Certified to AS/NZS ISO 9001:2000, is a Defence Industry Security Program member, a Defence preferred supplier, a member of CSD IT Capability Support Services Panel and Telstra Small Business Award finalist 2003 & 2004.
Peak Learning Pty Ltd (Peak Learning) – Peak Learning provides a range of services in the field of Human Performance Technology (HPT). HPT focuses on analysing and solving performance problems as well as identifying opportunities that will improve human performance. Many factors influence human performance but developing relevant and job-focussed skills and knowledge of people is a key plank in HPT in order for organisations to achieve optimal performance. HPT is an offspring of general systems thinking and Peak Learning sees organisational solutions, such as the delivery of simulation services, as having a systemic impact. Only through thorough analysis can all the critical components be identified and implemented. Peak Learning uses a range of tools including performance analysis, job analysis, competency analysis, method and media selection, curriculum design and development and evaluation to ensure that learning and performance in an organisation is focused, efficient and effective. Peak has worked with Project Outcomes on several tasks, including a Defence-wide Training Needs Analyses for Defence’s Electronic Warfare (EW) capability.