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Chris Koniditsiotis announces retirement from TCA

13 November 2018

Transport Certification Australia (TCA) has announced that Chris Koniditsiotis is retiring from the position of Chief Executive Officer.

Well-known across the transport and technology sectors, Chris Koniditsiotis has led TCA since its establishment in 2005.

TCA’s Chairperson, Stephen Golding AM RFD, praised Mr Koniditsiotis for his work in leading and shaping TCA.

“On behalf of the Board of TCA and all past Directors, I congratulate Chris on an outstanding leadership role in bringing TCA to its present state and thank him for his efforts. I wish Chris all the best for the future,” said Mr Golding.

Chris Koniditsiotis said “The opportunity to lead a national government organisation which has helped shape the digital transformation of surface transport has been a true privilege. It is now my time to pass-on ‘the baton’ in the way the baton was originally passed to me.”

“I am honoured to have worked with decent, competent and content-rich people who have demonstrated strong values-based behaviours.”

“I’ve also had the privilege to meet and work with some great people across government, industry and the technology sector, whose passion and love for their work has been contagious.”

“I’m proud of how we’ve been able to deliver improved productivity and safety outcomes by harnessing the digital economy with a contemporary open market approach with the highest levels of data privacy.”

“As I move towards the next chapter of my life, I reflect with pride on what has been achieved, and collectively, how a diverse range of individuals have contributed to these achievements.”

“For now, my immediate role is to manage transitional arrangements before my final day on 1 March 2019.”

“I wish to thank the TCA’s Chairperson, Stephen Golding and the TCA Board for all their support over the years.”

“I will be leaving TCA with strong foundations, and in a position of strength to move forward into the future,” said Mr Koniditsiotis.