1 May 2022

NT Newsletter – May 2022

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The recently concluded Federal election has seen a change in Government, a new ministry and, therefore, a shift in policy. Closer to home, a new Chief Minister has been sworn in, along with a few changes to the cabinet and the reshuffling of portfolios amongst Ministers.

The sense of optimism toward the Territory remains strong and even across our offices, you don’t have to look far to see why. There is a fast-growing pipeline of major projects across every sector at various stages of approval.

The volume of work packages and briefings being facilitated by ICN is nearing that which we experienced during the early days of INPEX. As such, we’ve recently found ourselves amongst many other local businesses in the recruitment market as we grow our team in preparation for the emerging ‘good times’ ahead.

I’ll take the opportunity to urge all ICN users to ensure their profiles are updated and accurately reflect their capabilities and recently completed projects. In return, our staff will be able to represent your business better and position the capability of Territory businesses more effectively amongst emerging supply chains and market opportunities.

Daniel McCormick

General Manager

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