Co-FounderClient Lead - Defence
Lead: Client Lead - Defence
Phone: 1800 959 885
Mobile: 0408 167 542
Procurement and Tendering experience
Sean has commercial and contracting experience across a range of areas including:
- Funding agreements
- Memorandums of Understanding
- Procurement (including major capital acquisitions and services).
Sean is regularly involved in major technology transactions including systems integration projects, software licensing and hardware acquisition.
Sean assists clients to achieve excellent results across complex procurement issues.
Sean does this by effectively and efficiently managing the procurement process from deal structuring to tender evaluation to negotiation support.
Sean regularly advises and trains clients on procurement law and policy.
Sean King is a founder of Proximity and a passionate business leader.
Sean is highly regarded by clients as a strategic advisor and lawyer to the government, technology, utility and non-profit sectors.
Sean has worked on some of Australia’s largest projects, including multi-billion dollar deals and significant national programs. These have included assisting the Australian Government to purchase the largest ships ever owned by the Australian Navy.
He also assisted in establishing the National Centre for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse.
Sean assists clients to get the best possible outcomes from their projects and programs. Sean achieves this through a combination of smart project management, good governance and practical legal and commercial advice.
Sean has a Bachelor of Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Law and qualifications in business and negotiation. Sean has received several awards during his career.
Sean is recognised by Best Lawyers for Commercial Law and Government Practice and Doyle’s Guide for Corporate, Commercial & Procurement.
He is married to Kim with young boys Hugo and Oscar. He is a lover of the great outdoors and can regularly be found hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing or horse riding with friends and family. Sean lives on one of the few farms in the ACT, and freely admits that Kim is the better tractor operator, agronomist and musterer.