Public hearing on Australian Cyber Security Centre relocation and fit out

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The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works will hold a public hearing in Canberra tomorrow to examine the proposed relocation and fit-out of the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) by the Department of Defence.

The proposed works will enable the personnel of the various agencies to be co-located, as well as providing additional space to facilitate joint initiatives between the ACSC, industry and academia. The estimated cost of the project is $38 million (excluding GST).

Full details on the project are available on the committee’s website:

NB the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works is neither involved in the tendering process nor the awarding of contracts. Enquiries on those matters should be addressed to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Public Hearing Details: 1:30pm to 2:30pm, Friday 10 February, Committee Room 1R3, Parliament House, Canberra

Members of the public are welcome to attend to observe proceedings. The hearing will also be webcast at

Media enquiries:
Office of the Chair, Mr Scott Buchholz MP (Greg Birkbeck): 0427 421 132

For background:
Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works
(02) 6277 4636,,

Interested members of the public may wish to track the committee via the website. Click on the blue ‘Track Committee’ button in the bottom right hand corner and use the forms to login to My Parliament or to register for a My Parliament account.


Henry Sapiecha

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