|Sir Malcolm McIntosh
|Secretary of the Department of Industry, Technology and Commerce|
1 July 1990 – 22 December 1990
|Secretary of the Department of Defence, United Kingdom|
January 1991 – January 1996
|Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation|
5 February 1996 – 7 February 2000
|Born||Malcolm Kenneth McIntosh
14 December 1945
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
|Died||7 February 2000
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
|Children||Stuart McIntosh, James McIntosh, Lucy McIntosh, Charles McIntosh|
|Parents||Kenneth McIntosh, Valerie McIntosh|
|Alma mater||Australian National University|
Sir Malcolm Kenneth McIntosh AC was an Australian scientist and senior public servant.
Life and career
Malcolm McIntosh was born in Melbourne on 14 December 1945. He was schooled at Telopea Park School, going on to study physics at both undergraduate and doctorate level at the Australian National University.
In 1991, Malcolm was recruited by the British Department of Defence to their most senior position of Chief of Defence Procurement. He received a Knighthood at the end of this term in January 1996, for public service. he also received the top American Public Service Medal for his work during this period.
Between 1996 and 2000, McIntosh was the head of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
McIntosh was appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia in January 1999 for service to excellence in scientific and technological research, to providing new opportunities for industries, and to Australian Defence industry and science policy. He had already been awarded a British knighthood and a US Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service.
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|Secretary of the Department of Industry, Technology and Commerce
Roy Montague Green
|Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
1996 – 2000
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