Our Clients

Our team and associates hold extensive experience in domestic and internationals spheres.

Within Australia, Sustineo has worked with many Federal Government departments including the Departments of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Employment, Infrastructure and Transport, and the Australian National Audit Office. We have also worked with other government agencies including the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Civil Military Centre, and non-government organisations including the Indigenous Land Corporation, and Diabetes Australia.

Examples of our recent work within Australia include:

A methodology for assessing the poverty-reducing impacts of Australia’s international agricultural research | ACIAR

Improving the Programme Assurance Mechanisms for the Job Seeker Classification Instrument Change of Circumstances Reassessment | Department of Employment


Internationally, Sustineo has worked with organisations including the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), The International Labour Organisation (ILO), the Asia Pacific Network and the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), among others.

Examples of our recent work internationally include:

Development and application of an evidence-based climate change adaptation toolkit | Asia Pacific Network

Monitoring and Evaluation of the Timor-Leste Community Policing Programme | New Zealand Ministry for Foreign Affairs 

Methodology Matters

Our research manager Tom Sloan argues for the importance sound research design and methodology in private sector consulting.
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APEC Virtual Centre Workshop

Yesterday Sustineo’ Business Development and Research Manager, Tom Sloan, presented at the 2016 APEC Virtual Centre Workshop in Seoul, South Korea.
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Ideas in Brief #9 - Challenges of Deep Sea Mining in the Pacific

In the 9th Ideas in Brief, current intern Kat Sharp explores some of the challenges confronting the mining industry as it shifts its focus to deep sea mining in the Pacific.
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