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What does ONA stand for?

ONA stands for Office of National Assessments (Australia)

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The six agencies, which are mentioned in the report, are Australian Security Intelligence Organization (ASIO), Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS), Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation (DIGO), Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO), the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD) and the Office of National Assessments (ONA).
Executives received confidential briefings from peak intelligence agency the Office of National Assessments, as well as the military s eavesdropping and signals intelligence spy agency, the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD).
Andrew Wilkie is a former army officer who worked at Australia's Office of National Assessments, which provides intelligence evaluations for the government in Canberra.
Andrew Wilkie quit the Office of National Assessments,his country's chief intelligence agency, saying the British,US and Australian documents he had seen did not justify war.
It covers the following agencies: - Office of National Assessments (ONA) - Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS) - Defence Signals Directorate (DSD) - Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO) - Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation (DIGO) and - Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) Highlights of the report 1.
Allan Gyngell, the Director-General of Australia's chief intelligence assessment agency, the Office of National Assessments, and Attorney-General Robert McClelland said that a new generation of young men radicalized by the Internet and new ideologues in countries such as Yemen and Somalia pose a greater threat to the world.
Andrew Wilkie quit the Office of National Assessments, his country's chief intelligence agency, saying the UK, US and Australian documents he had seen did not justify war.