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Whitepaper – New mandatory data breach notification laws

Citadel releases a whitepaper discussing Australia’s new mandatory data breach notification laws. All organisations with an annual turnover of $3 million are required to notify the Australian Information Commissioner and affected individuals after an eligible data breach, from February 2018.

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January 2017

Challenges in National Security Management

Citadel features in the Australian Financial Review, discussing challenges in national security management. The article features Rob Hartley, GM National Security, and Dr Miles Jakeman, Executive Director and Deputy Chairman.

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October 2017

Citadel links to BloodNet through Auslab and eBlood interfaces

Citadel Health has become the first laboratory information system (LIS) vendor to receive certification for its interface to the award-winning BloodNet online blood ordering and inventory management system from the National Blood Authority (NBA).

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June 2017

Australia’s first vendor to receive BloodNet LIS interface certification

Citadel is pleased to announce that Citadel Health is the first Australian vendor to receive BloodNet Laboratory Information System (LIS) interface certification for BloodNet, the National Blood Authority’s award winning online blood ordering and inventory management system.

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June 2017

Kapish named the 2017 HPE APJ Channel Partner of the Year for Information Management and Governance

Citadel is pleased to announce that Kapish was awarded the 2017 HPE APJ Channel Partner of the Year for Information Management and Governance.

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May 2017

Citadel named as new partner for Govt’s cloud services panel

The Citadel Group, Axios Systems and TLS Consulting are among the new partners to named among the growing list of inductees to the Federal Government’s cloud services procurement panel arrangement.

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March 2017

Citadel Group delivers “strong earnings” following refocused business

Citadel Group (ASX:CGL) has announced "strong earnings growth" for the six months ending 31 December 2016, as the Canberra-based managed services provider continues its business turnaround.

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February 2017

Citadel Group seals $24.8 million govt tech contract

Citadel Group (ASX:CGL) has signed a multi-million dollar contract with an Australian Federal Government agency, following a similar agreement struck in August.

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December 2016

CITADEL COMPLETES THE KAPISH ACQUISITION

Canberra, Australia – The Citadel Group Limited (ASX: CGL) is pleased to announce the successful completion of the Kapish acquisition on 1 July 2016.

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July 2016

Citadel Group expands e-health managed service offerings through acquisition of PJA Solutions

Canberra, Australia – The Citadel Group Limited (ASX:CGL), a leading provider in the delivery of unified collaboration, knowledge management and education services, today announces that it has signed a binding agreement to acquire PJA Solutions (“PJAS”), a leading provider of managed technology services to the Australian health sector, for total consideration of approximately $45 million (or approximately 5x FY15 sustainable EBITDA1).

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May 2015

How Vocation's loss became Citadel's gain

Citadel Group, the technology services group with big plans to expand in the adult education and training sector was in the process of raising $46.5 million through its initial public offering last month when ASX-listed adult education and training operation Vocation plunged more than 65 per cent on the admission it had lost a key contract with the Victorian government.

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November 2014

switzer.com.au - Mark McConnell

With a $100 million market capitalisation, co-founder and director of Citadel Group Mark McConnell shares details about the company’s history and its ASX listing.

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November 2014

$100 m float of online education group Citadel rises

Citadel Group, a provider of face-to-face and online education, has risen on becoming the latest in a rush of internet-related businesses to hit the boards of the Australian Securities Exchange in 2014.

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November 2014

Why entrepreneur Mark McConnell is floating Citadel

Former Young Rich member Mark McConnell says the Australian Securities Exchange is a good fit for his company Citadel, but there are some downsides for a technology company listing locally.

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November 2014

Citadel Group lists on ASX with $100 million market capitalisation

Mark McConnell and Miles Jakeman joined the Australian Defence Force Academy as teenagers and a little over two decades later are about to head one of Canberra's largest ASX-listed companies with a $100 million market capitalisation.

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November 2014

Macquarie’s McCann in the chair at ASX-hopeful Citadel

The last time Kevin McCann oversaw a small cap float, Healthscope raised $70 million at $1.75 a share.

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October 2014

Prospectus in for Citadel’s $46.5m raising

A handful of small cap managers have taken substantial stakes in soon-to-be-listed education and technology services company Citadel Group.

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October 2014

Citadel sets pricing structure for $110m listing

Pricing details are out for education and technology solutions company Citadel Group, which will seek to raise $46.5 million to $49.4 million at an initial public offering bookbuild next week.

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October 2014

ASX hopeful Citadel worth up to $129m

Education and technology solutions company Citadel Group should trade at 15.1 times to 17.9 times forecast profit, according to sponsor broker Evans & Partners.

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October 2014

Pepperstone calls time on largest market

Foreign exchange broker Pepperstone has buckled to regulatory pressure and will step back from its largest market, Japan, ahead of an ASX listing.

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October 2014

From Officer Material to Office Material

Former Australian Army captain Miles Jakeman had been an officer for 13 years when he left the army in 1998. The army was the only professional life he had known. "I really didn't know what was out there", he recalls. He soon found that it was a successful career as an entrepreneur and advisor to business.

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August 2012

ServicePoint awarded $32 million major works contract

The Canberra-based Visual communication specialist company, ServicePoint Australia Pty Ltd, has been awarded a major contract to provide premium audio-visual and video conferencing solutions for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital development.

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May 2012

Canberra firm lands $45m Defence deal

JBS has been chosen to manage the Department of Defence's corporate enterprise content management systems for the next three years.

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February 2011

Canberra firm on fast track to the top

CGL has been awarded 20th place in BRW's fastest 100 growing companies. This is the third year in a row that CGL has been featured in the list's top 20 fastest growing Australian companies. The Group's annual turnover for 2009-10 was $65million, which represented a three-year growth average of 86.63%.

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October 2010

CGL acquires Australian Business Academy

CGL acquires ABA, a premier Australian business education and training provider specialising in delivering education and employment pathways, in order to bolster its training capabilities.

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June 2010

Citadel Group recognised for business excellence

A passion for exceeding client expectations and delivering high quality managed service solutions has made CGL one of Canberra’s largest home-grown success stories.

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May 2010

Passion Helps a Busy Manager

Running seven businesses can be “busy” admits ex-Gympie man Dr Miles Jakeman but he said being passionate helped.

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March 2010

Strike Up the Brands

CGL awarded third place in the BRW’s Fastest 100 growing companies with a three-year averaged grow rate of 247%!

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November 2009

Value Added

CGL announced by the BRW as Australia’s ninth fastest growing company. The group’s revenue for 2007-2008 was $38.65 million, which represented a three-year averaged grow rate of 146%.

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October 2008