Australia

Directors-General, Office of National Assessments(ONA)

1. Robert W. Furlonger 20 Feb.1978-29 April 1981

2. Michael Cook 29 April 1981-

2. R.D. Botterill

Directors Defence Signals Directorate(DSD) ?-1978 1978-82 1982-

Directors, Australian Secret Intelligence Service(ASIS)

1. Alfred D. Brookes 13 May 1952-22 Aug.1957

2. Ralph L. Harry 23 Aug.1957-1 April 1960

3. William T. Robertson(Acting Director) 1 April 1960-1 Sept.1960

4. Sir Walter Cawthorn

5. William T. Robertson

6. Ian J.S. Kennison

7. John Ryan(Acting Director)

8. F. Stuart Fry(Acting Director)

9. James O. Furner

1 Sept.1960-3 July 1968 3 July 1968-7 Nov. 1975 7 Nov. 1975-Oct.l981 Oct. 1981-18 Dec. 1983 20 Dec. 1983-29 Feb. 1984 29 Feb. 1984-

Directors-General, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation(ASIO)

1. Mr. Justice Reed 16 March 1949-July 1950

2. Brigadier Sir Charles C.F. Spry July 1950-1970

3. Peter Barbour 1970-Sept. 1975

4. F.J. Mahony(Acting Director-General) Sept.1975-7 March 1976

5. Mr. Justice Woodward 7 March 1976-7 Sept.1981 5. T. Harvey Barnett 7 Sept. 1981-

Directors, Joint Inteligence Organisation(JIO)

1. Robert W. Furlonger

2. Gordon A. Jockel

3. A.W. McMichael

5. Brigadier James O. Furner

6. G.R. Marshall(Acting)

May 1969-Feb. 1972 Feb. 1972-30 March 1978 30 March 1978-10 July 1982 10 July 1982-5 Dec. 1982 6 Dec. 1982-29 Feb. 1984 29 Feb. 1984-

Heads, Protective Services Coordination Centre(PSCC)

1. Allan P. Fleming

2. William T. Robertson

3. Brigadier P. Michael Jeffrey

4. Brigadier John R. Sheldrick

25 Aug.1976-8 May 1978 8 May 1978-1 Feb. 1982 2 Feb. 1982-16 May 1983 16 May 1983-

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