Isdefe has published its 2018 Annual Report, which describes the company’s results and its activity, reporting on the organisation’s performance in three areas of sustainability: financial, social and environmental.
Ever since the first congress, Isdefe has provided the venue for the main annual event of the Association of Spanish Graduates in Security and Defence (ADESyD), which, under the slogan “Sharing (visions of) Security”, brings together partners, experts, VIPs, institutions and the public at large to take part in this forum where they debate, reflect and analyse, and where they can share their views and knowledge on defence and security issues.
At the initial workshop on Maintenance Reliability, Mr Gonzalo Santamaría Freire, Head of the Army Maintenance Unit of Isdefe’s Consulting and Strategic Process Management Office, presented the work that he carried out alongside Isdefe engineer Mr Ernesto Palomar Moreno on reliability and maintenance in designing the hosting scheme for the Galileo Security Monitoring Centre (GSMC).
The Action Group for Social Responsibility (CSR) in state-owned companies, of which Isdefe is a member, presented its “Guide for State-Owned Companies to Respond to the Challenge Posed by Transparency and the 2030 Agenda” on 4 December at the ICO headquarters.
The presentation was part of the COP25 on Climate Change, as an official event at the summit, during which it was noted that 88% of state-owned companies publish information on SDG 13 (Climate Action) in their sustainability reports.
On 28 November at the headquarters of the Academy of Military Arts and Sciences (ACAMI), Isdefe’s CEO, Mr Francisco Quereda, and the president of ACAMI, Lieutenant General (R) Jaime Domínguez Buj, signed an agreement to have Isdefe donate computer equipment to ACAMI for the Academy to use.