Beca secures Defence fuel governance and assurance contract

Beca’s Defence and National Security team has been awarded the Defence Fuels Transformation Program contract for the Defence Fuels Supply Chain (DFSC) Governance, Reporting and Assurance Framework.

Beca has teamed with JL2 Defence Services (JL2DS) to establish a consolidated end-to-end governance, risk management and reporting framework for DFSC. The framework is a vital transformation initiative to manage, measure and control the health of the DFSC as part of the Joint Logistics Command and Joint Capabilities Group risk and performance reporting framework.

Gerry Christian, Business Development Director - Defence and Advisory at Beca, says the win is testament to the high standard of capability Beca delivers to our clients.

“We are delighted to team with JL2 to deliver a governance framework to the Commander Joint Logistics and Fuel Services Branch and are happy to again be working with Defence, particularly given our excellent track record of success with previous contracts.”

The success of the project will enable the Commander Joint Logistics with achieving the primary objectives for the DFSC: specifically, delivering bulk fuels safely, in full and on time, in an efficient and sustainable manner to meet the Defence Capability Manager’s requirements.

JL2 Group is a wholly Australian owned professional services company operating in the ACT, QLD and NSW. JL2 specialises in the delivery of enterprise architecture consultancy services, as well as services in systems engineering, ICT consulting, project management, government acquisition management and aviation maintenance services. The JL2 team of professionals work primarily across federal government and Defence organisations. www.jl2.com.au

Beca has a long history of working with the Defence sector, working collaboratively to deliver superior results in partnership. Beca prides itself on growing long-term relationships with clients to deliver capability and value together. Beca are the trusted industry partner who can collaborate for outcomes within assets, infrastructure, processes and systems, so Defence organisations can focus on their key priorities – protecting the sovereignty, security and safety of the citizens in their care. 

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See also October 2019