Mapping the deterrence supply chain: The Afghanistan storyboard.

The PDF properties for the Afghanistan storyboard show Renee Le Cussan as the author.

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The document properties also indicate that the PDF was last modified on 10 September 2013. Given that the federal election took place on 7 September 2013 it is almost certain that the storyboard was commissioned by the previous – Labor – government.

LinkedIn shows a person by the name of Renee Le Cussan as the Director of the Neutrino Program at STATT Consulting.

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STATT Consulting, a Hong Kong based firm, “designs and implements responses to challenges that cross borders and link communities,” according to their website. They list Australian government agencies among their clients.

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The Neutrino Program “facilitat[es] two-way communications between migrant source communities and destination societies.” I guess that’s one way of putting it.

STATT have a current contract with the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service for “Education and Training Services,” which covers the relevant time (the contract period being 1 February 2013 – 30 June 2014). This contract is valued at over $2 million.

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Mapping the deterrence supply chain: The Afghanistan storyboard.

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