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Andrew has led and supported several major negotiations drawing upon various technical and legal expertise to ensure organisational outcomes are achieved, risks are managed, budgets met and value for money is achieved.
Andrew successfully led the negotiation of a new maritime sustainment services contract (ASDEFCON) for the Australian Border Force worth $15m over three years. Andrew also supported the negotiation of two major subcontracts (ASDEFCON) including a $75 million manufacturing contract and a $30 million communications contract based on a $1.5 billion head contract (LAND 121) signed with the Australian Defence Force.
While at Catholic Education, Andrew successfully negotiated two new wide area network (WAN) services contracts for 56 schools, improving bandwidth by up to 50 times and reducing annual costs by $1.5m and a new electricity agreement saving over $350k per annum.
Andrew is an experienced consultant with expertise in business strategy, organisational improvement, program design and delivery, contract management and procurement.
He is an outstanding communicator, relationship builder and stakeholder manager, possessing both public and private sector experience. He has worked with national and foreign governments, multinational and domestic industry, and various not-for-profit and research organisations.
His unique skill set is often applied in organisations seeking to innovate, improve performance and navigate complex challenges. Andrew is a natural problem solver and has a strong track record delivering exceptional results of local, national and international significance.
Andrew is passionate about projects that deliver positive societal outcomes and lift organisational capability especially in the areas of renewable energy, sustainability, and education.
When not working, Andrew enjoys time with his family and friends, being out and about in the great outdoors (walking his pampered Cavoodle, cycling, surfing and fishing), and sampling good food and wines.