Professor Brett Biddington
- Consultant and Facilitator
- Cisco Systems Inc
- Royal Australian Air Force
- Group Captain in the Joint Capability Development Staff
- Wing Commander level Command and Staff Appointments
- 1980–1990: Several unit intelligence and staff positions at Flight Lieutenant and Squadron Leader rank levels
- 1977–1979: Lecturer in politics, international relations and public administration, Canberra College of Advanced Education
- 1975–1977: Foreign Affairs Officer, Department of Foreign Affairs, Canberra (Third Secretary, Australian Embassy, Mexico, 1976)
- Chair Space Industry Association of Australia (formerly the Australian Space Industry Chamber of Commerce)
- Member Australian Space Industry Innovation Council (Ministerial appointment)
- Board Member Kokoda Foundation
- Member Advisory Board of the Institute for Telecommunications Research at the University of South Australia
- Member Australian Giant Magellan Telescope Project Oversight Committee
- From 2004 - 2010, closely involved with governance of Australian radio and Antarctic astronomy programs
- Member Australian Institute of Company Directors
Awards and Recognition
- Awarded a CDF Commendation in 1999 for work on the Capability Development staff
- Awarded Australian Space Pioneer Award in 2006 by the National Space Society of Australia
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
- Biddington, B., (2012), Australia's Place in Space: Historical Constraints and Future Opportunities. International Cooperation for the Development of Space, 165-207, USA.
- Biddington, B., (2012), Securing Space: Will Code of Conduct Discussions Help? A Perspective from Australia. Decoding the International Code of Conduct for Outer Space Activities, 108-112, New Delhi, India.
- Biddington, B., (2012), Australia: Recent Developments in Space Situational Awareness. Proceedings of 63rd (IAC) International Astronautical Congress, 1-4.
- Biddington, B., (2012), The Regulation of Space and Cyberspace: One coin, Two sides. Proceedings of the 13th Australian Information Warfare Conference, 35-43.