• Michael Wilson appointed new CEO of the Australian Water Partnership

    Mr Michael Wilson has been appointed as the incoming Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Water Partnership. This follows an announcement by Prof Nick Schofield in March of his intention to retire at the end of 2020. Nick commenced as AWP CEO in mid-2017. Over the past three years, he has developed a highly capable […]

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  • The AWP and eWater team bid farewell to Kaye Schofield and welcome Bob McMullan as AWPAC Chair

    Kaye Schofield AO departs from the Australian Water Partnership and eWater Ltd

    Kaye Schofield AO did not seek re-election as Director of the eWater Ltd (EWL) Board at the 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM), and is also stepping down from her role as Chair of the Australian Water Partnership Advisory Committee (AWPAC). Kaye was officially farewelled on 21 November, with AWP presenting her with a certificate of […]

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  • Join the Australian Water Partnership team

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) was established in 2015 to enhance the sustainable management of water resources in the Indo-Pacific region, in turn supporting inclusive economic development, improvements to water security for all and reductions in environmental and social impacts and regional tensions. The AWP brings together public and private partners from across the Australian […]

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  • Dr Nicholas Schofield to lead the Australian Water Partnership

    Dr Nicholas Schofield has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Water Partnership. Nick is the Professor and inaugural Director of the University of NSW Global Water Institute.  He will take over from Dr Gary Jones who was the inaugural CEO of the Australian Water Partnership and who played a vital role […]

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  • Dr Gary Jones, eWater, Canberra

    Dr Gary Jones to leave eWater and the Australian Water Partnership

    Dr Gary Jones at the eWater office in Canberra where he served as CEO from 1995, and CEO of the AWP since its establishment in May 2015. Dr Gary Jones, CEO of the Australian Water Partnership (AWP) announced his intent to leave the organisation at the end of February 2017, after 18 months in the […]

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  • AWP Expert Review Panel Announced

    The AWP is pleased to announce today the membership of the inaugural AWP Expert Review Panel (ERP). A large number of partner nominations were received from highly experienced water professionals from all parts of the Australian water industry. In the screening and assessment process AWP CEO, Prof Gary Jones, worked with the ERP Chair, Dr Colin […]

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  • Nomination for the AWP Expert Review Panel

    An AWP Expert Review Panel (ERP) is being established to ensure effective adoption of operational objectives and application of the Commonwealth’s ‘value for money’ procurement principles in the selection of partner teams. The ERP will consist of seven members with high-level skills and experiences in water management, and collectively covering the following water sector domains: […]

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  • Partnership call re-opened

    We are now welcoming further expressions of interest to participate in the Australian Water Partnership. Australian public and private organisations with water industry capabilities that missed Round 1 are encouraged to apply – including government departments and authorities, consultants (including sole traders), water service and technology providers, universities and research institutes, industry associations and NGOs. […]

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  • Inaugural AWP Australian Partners

    The Australian Water Partnership is pleased to announce the following organisations as Australian partners following the first expression of interest round. Offers of partnership have been made to a number of other organisations and we anticipate formalising these partnerships shortly. We look forward to the opportunity of working with these organisations in helping to manage […]

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