The Health Security Systems Australia team is building sovereign industrial and research capabilities for Australia, aligned to national health security priorities.
This is achieved by
- Leading collaborative teams to harness expertise from diverse research and industry partner groups to steward applied research and technology development from promising concepts to maturity; and
- Monitoring – and providing expert advice and support to Governments and partners on -Australia’s national health security capacity and capability, and enhancing Australia’s contributions to global partnerships combating AMR and other priority infectious diseases.
As a division of DMTC, these key elements of the division’s mission and approach are underpinned by DMTC’s credibility in the defence and national security sectors, and its internationally-accredited systems for quality management, program management and collaboration.
Latest HSSA News – 1 November 2021
Request for Proposals (RFP) documentation has now been released for the Human Integrated Sensor System (HISS) concept. Responses to this RFP will close at close of business (AEDT) on 17 December 2021. In collaboration with DMTC, the Defence Science Technology Group (DSTG) team leading work on the Operating in Contested Environments STaR Shot wishes to enhance warfighter capability via the application of advanced biotechnology and data analytics to measure and interpret indicators of chemical and biological exposure from the human body.