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Mensaje por SIE » 15 Mar 2007 15:50

Edito el post de SIE para añadir en este tema todas las ofertas de trabajo que encontremos. Sería interesante poner una breve descripción del trabajo (en negrita), una fecha para orientarnos y un enlace.

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Mensaje por kilo009 » 20 Abr 2007 11:53

The Australian Secret Intelligence Service:

Las misiones del ASIS son obtener y distribuir información de inteligencia sobre las capacidades, intenciones y actividades de individuos u organizaciones fuera de Australia, que puedan tener relación con los intereses australianos o el bienestar de sus ciudadanos.

Sus misiones generales son:

-Recolectar inteligencia extranjera relacionada con intereses australianos.
-Distribuir inteligencia al Gobierno, incluidos los departamentos interezados en sus informes
-Contraespionaje

Estas misiones abarcan temas tan variados como:

-Defensa Nacional
-Relaciones Internacionales
-Economía
-Antiterrorismo
-Proliferación de armas de destrucción masiva
-Crímen transnacional

¿De quién depende el ASIS?

Depende directamente del Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores australiano. El Director General del ASIS depende directamente del Ministro.

Su trabajo, el del ASIS, está sujeto al control del Parlamento, a través del Ministro. También tiene que dar cuenta ante el Comité Parlamentario Conjunto con ASIO, ASIS, y DSD, donde se repasan gastos y otros asuntos.

La legalidad y las actividades del ASIS son supervisadas por el Inspector General de Inteligencia y Seguridad, quien hace un informe al Primer Ministro cada año (El ASIS eleva un informe anual, con carácter secreto, sobre su actividad).

El ASIS organiza su trabajo en base a las necesidades de otras agencias gubernamentales:

-Oficina de Evaluaciones Nacionales (ONA)
-Departamento del Primer Ministro y Gabinete (PM&C)
-Departamento de Asuntos Exteriores y Comercio (DFAT)
-Departamento de Defensa
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 20 Abr 2007 21:49

Marco Legal:

-Intelligence Services Act 2001:
http://scaleplus.law.gov.au/html/pastea ... 83/top.htm

-Intelligence Services (Consequential Provisions) Act 2001
http://scaleplus.law.gov.au/html/pastea ... 84/top.htm

-Rules to Protect the Privacy of Australians
http://www.asis.gov.au/rules_to_privacy.html
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 20 Abr 2007 21:56

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO):

La Organización de Inteligencia de Seguridad australiana (ASIO) es el servicio de seguridad nacional de Australia

Su misión es advertir al gobierno sobre actividades o situaciones de riesgo sobre la nación australiana, como por ejemplo la protección del país, el contraespionaje, antiterrorismo, los sabotajes, ataques al sistema defensivo australiano, intromisión extranjera en asuntos australianos...

Personal:

ASIO cuenta con unas 1000 personas en plantilla. Su objetivo es llegar hasta las 1860 en 2010-11.

Su Oficina Central está en Canberra, contando con oficinas locales en cada estado y la capital.

Presupuesto:

-2005–06: $181.099m
-2004-05: $142.852m
-2003-04: $103.023m

Organización:

Si no me equivoco, ASIO pertenece al Ministerio de Justicia.

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Publicaciones:

-Corporate Plan: http://www.asio.gov.au/Publications/Con ... _07_11.pdf

-Annual Report to Parliament: http://www.asio.gov.au/Publications/Con ... 005-06.pdf

-The work of ASIO's security equipment test site
http://www.asio.gov.au/Publications/Con ... sting.aspx

-Security Equipment Catalogue
http://www.asio.gov.au/Publications/Con ... Cover.aspx

-Artículos varios, y muy interesantes a tener en cuenta: http://www.asio.gov.au/Media/MediaReleases.aspx

Marco legal:

-Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Act 1979
http://www.comlaw.gov.au/comlaw/managem ... enDocument
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Mensaje por elder » 21 Abr 2007 10:52

Siempre entristece la comparación entre la transparencia anglosajona, y el ocultismo de nuestras administraciones.

Por lo menos, a mí.
De mi Dios vulneré diez mandatos, de mi Rey ninguno.

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Mensaje por kilo009 » 21 Abr 2007 13:57

Ciertamente, es impresionante la cantidad de información que se puede sacar de su sitio oficial:

http://www.asis.gov.au/
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 21 Abr 2007 15:32

The Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO)

La Organización de Inteligencia de Defensa (DIO) es una agencia de evaluación de inteligencia que proporciona informes sobre defensa nacional al Ministro de Defensa y al Gobierno de la nación

Debe apoyar a la toma de decisiones del Gobierno, y en Defensa, asistir a la planificación y conducción de operaciones de las FAS australianas.

El DIO está localizado en Canberra.

Misiones:

Las misiones del DIO son la evaluación de inteligencia militar enfocadas a:

-seguridad global
-contra-terrorismo
-contra-proliferación
-economía de defensa
-capacidades militares
-ciencia y tecnología al servicio de usos militares.

Análisis DIO:

2004: http://www.defence.gov.au/dio/documents/det2004.pdf
2003: http://www.defence.gov.au/dio/documents/det2003.pdf
2002: http://www.defence.gov.au/dio/documents/det2002.pdf
2001: http://www.defence.gov.au/dio/documents/det2001.pdf
2000: http://www.defence.gov.au/dio/documents/det2000.pdf
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 28 Abr 2007 01:06

Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation (DIGO):

La Organización Geospacial y de Imágenes de Defensa es la unión de la Organización de Imágenes y la Dirección Estratégica de Información Geográfica Militar, además de la Agencia Topográfica de Defensa.

Tiene sus sedes en Canberra y Bendigo.

Sus funciones principales son proporcionar inteligencia geospacial, de imágenes y otras fuentes, en apoyo de la defensa de Australia e intereses nacionales.

Funciones:

-Obtener inteligencia geospacial y de imágenes sobre las capacidades, intenciones o actividades de personas u organizaciones fuera de territorio australiano.

-Obtener inteligencia geospacial y de imágenes para operaciones, ya sea reales o de entrenamiento, para las FAS australianas.

-Obtener inteligencia geospacial y de imágenes para apoyar los objetivos de la Commonwealth y autoridades Estatales en funciones de seguridad nacional.

-Proporcionar a la Commonwealth y autoridades Estatales y cuerpos aprobados por el Ministro de Defensa: imágenes y otros productos geospaciales que no son inteligencia; ayuda técnica; y apoyo para realizar sus funciones de respuesta de emergencia.

Organización:

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Mensaje por Endovelicus » 12 Mar 2010 16:21

ASIO feels the strain as raw recruits take key jobs

ASIO is putting young, inexperienced officers in senior jobs, as the domestic spy agency struggles to absorb an influx of recruits hired in an unprecedented expansion of the organisation.

Key positions in combating terrorism and detecting foreign spies are being left vacant as ASIO trains new officers, recruited in slick advertising campaigns targeting generations X and Y. ASIO's staff has doubled in the past six years, but two-thirds have less than five years' experience, according to its unreported submission to the Joint Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee last month. While the submission says it has benefited from the skills brought by new staff, it reveals the proportion of seasoned agents is falling, with ASIO struggling to maintain the number of officers in key intelligence roles.

As the organisation expands, officers have been rapidly promoted beyond their level of skill, at a time when the federal government's new counter-terrorism white paper warns the threat of terrorism is ''a persistent and permanent feature of Australia's security environment''. ''The need to fill critical senior officer vacancies, particularly in the intelligence-focused areas, has drawn heavily on officers with limited or narrow experience in the organisation and who may not have well-developed leadership skills,'' the submission says.

ASIO's workload has increased exponentially since the September 11, 2001, terrorism attacks in the US, and the Bali bombings in 2002. Its budget for this year is more than $400 million, four times more than in 2003. Under legislation introduced in Parliament last month, combating people-smuggling will be added to its responsibilities.

The organisation's $606 million headquarters being built on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin - dubbed the Lubyanka on the Lake by Canberra wits - will house a new multi-agency counter-terrorism control centre. The submission reveals an organisation straining under huge expansion. It is struggling to attract enough linguists and recruits from ethnic backgrounds, with skills critical to preventing home-grown terrorism and catching foreign spies. It also reveals that coping with a massive influx of new staff - numbers have doubled since 2003 to 1609, and will peak at 1860 next year - has distracted the agency from its key functions, as it juggles its human resource management. It says the growth ''has occurred at a time when there has been little, if any, relief in the rapid operational tempo'' - jargon for the growing pressure of its intelligence work.

The organisation is overwhelmingly young: half the staff have been in the agency three years or less, their median age is 36, while only about 300 have more than 10 years' experience. Only about 18 per cent of ASIO staff are intelligence officers - the people who detect evidence of terrorism or espionage - and the proportion is ''growing slowly'', with the area ''difficult to grow and sustain''. At the same time, it appears ASIO staff are happy in the service - only 4.5 per cent of staff left last year, a dramatic fall on the previous year.

The expansion has created other problems: checking the background of potential recruits means ASIO officers are diverted from their intelligence and security roles. A $2 million advertising campaign last year attracted 12,550 applicants. Of those, 564 underwent ''Top Secret (Positive Vetting)'', a detailed examination of their background to ensure they can be trusted with secrets.

ASIO aims to vet applications within 16 weeks, but sometimes it can take more than six months, ''particularly for applicants who have complex backgrounds, or when there are matters that need to be resolved''. ''The long lead times associated with the recruitment and vetting process result in critical vacancies remaining unfilled for extended periods.''

Recruiting linguists remains a ''challenge''. While it has recruited ''a larger number'' of staff from ethnically diverse backgrounds, ''a range of cultural and other factors'' mean the ethnic diversity of ASIO's workforce is below Australian Public Service levels.

A younger workforce, in which women account for 45 per cent of the total, creates other issues. They are in an age group that has families, leading to an increase in the number taking parental leave and working part time.


http://www.theage.com.au/national/asio- ... -ppta.html
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Mensaje por Endovelicus » 13 Mar 2010 10:22

ASIO hunts for new recruits on Facebook

Australia's premier spy organisation is infiltrating social media and revamping its own website in a bid to attract more young people to join its ranks. In contrast to its usually low profile, ASIO embarked on a public recruitment drive today by extending a rare invitation to journalists to come to its Canberra headquarters.

In front of the assembled media, deputy director general David Fricker launched a new campaign to target would-be officers through Facebook and internet videos depicting a day in the life of an officer. But the agency held back on full disclosure of information, with journalists being told that any conversations over morning tea were off the record and officers in the room could not be identified.

With his tongue firmly in cheek, Mr Fricker told journalists to take away a special ASIO showbag full of extra information and to "speak clearly and close to the bag when you have your conversation". Mr Fricker says the new website is aimed at debunking long-held myths about the work of the ASIO officers, while making the agency more accessible.

"It's nothing like a James Bond movie - you never see James Bond doing any filing," he said.

Indeed, one officer in a video which will soon appear on the website appeared to also take the gloss off the job's perceived glamour.

"Most of the time you're sitting in your car waiting for something to happen, so that can be quite boring," she said.

"However, when things do happen it can be quite quick and quite fast-paced and the adrenalin gets going."

Mr Fricker says ASIO is looking for "high-calibre" applicants and says the selection process is highly competitive, with about 170,000 people applying last year.

The 61-year-old agency has been growing by about 170 officers per year ahead of its relocation to its new Canberra headquarters, which are currently under construction. The 40,000 square metre building, which is costing taxpayers about $600 million, has raised some eyebrows among Canberra locals as construction continues at a massive site near the north side of Lake Burley Griffin.

ASIO has doubled in size since 2003 after playing an increased role in counter-terrorism.


http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010 ... 844518.htm
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