Overview

Bureau of Meteorology is a Government Body that is ranked number 1112 out of the top 2000 companies in Australia. The company generates the majority of its income from the Environmental Science Services in Australia industry.

In 2018 the company generated total revenue of $312,721,000 including sales and other revenue. In 2018 Bureau of Meteorology had 1671 employees in Australia including employees from all subsidiaries under the company's control.

The Chief Executive of Bureau of Meteorology is Dr Andrew Johnson whose official title is Director of Meteorology & Chief Executive Officer. The Chairman of Bureau of Meteorology is either not applicable or not available. 

The Bureau of Meteorology derives all of its revenue from meteorological operations in Australia. Its functions are set out in the Meteorological Act 1955, and are structured into the following divisions:

  • National Forecast Services Group - Community forecast, public safety, community outreach, national and state operations
  • Data and Digital Group - Policy and capability, observing systems and operations, data, user-centred design, solutions delivery and support, IT solutions
  • Strategy and Performance Group - Enterprise strategy and transformation, performance, planning and evaluation, risk, resilience and security
  • Science and Innovation Group - Global and national science relationships, science to services, enterprise innovations, diversity, inclusion and STEM
  • Corporate Services Group - Finance, government relations and corporate communication, organisational development, legal and commercial, health, safety and environment
  • Business Solutions Group - Customer relationships, agriculture, aviation, land and marine transport, energy and resources, national security, water

The parent agency of the bureau is the Department of the Environment, and answers to the Minister for the Environment and Energy on general matters and the Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources on water-related matters.

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