Mr Armstrong's service over two decades as a senior and respected Incident Controller has been of immense benefit to fire services.
Lieutenant Colonel Elisabeth Barnett CSM
Master of Military Studies 2012
For meritorious devotion to duty as the Career Advisor for Royal Australian Army Medical Corps and Royal Australian Army Dental Corps officers at the Directorate of Officer Career Management – Army.
Mr Richard Begbie OAM
For service to the community through historical and social welfare organisations.
H.E. Stephen Brady AO CVO
BA (Hons) 1982
For distinguished service to successive Australian Governments, to international relations through senior diplomatic roles, to the fostering of security, economic and cultural initiatives, and as Official Secretary to the Governor-General.
Mr David Buckingham AM
BEc (Hons) 1972
For significant service to public administration, particularly Australia-Britain relations, to business, and to tertiary education.
Ms Anne Buttsworth AM PSM
For significant service to women through history preservation roles, to the advancement of archival research, and to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Mr Brian Falconer OAM
For service to the community of Carlton.
Mr Anthony Fearnside OAM
For service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Mr Ian Govey AM
For significant service to public administration and to the law, as a leader in the provision of government legal services, and to professional organisations.
Mrs Marion Grant PSM
For outstanding public service through exceptional leadership of ongoing reform and modernisation of Australia's customs and border protection arrangements.
Squadron Leader Christopher Hatch
Master of Military and Defence 2014
For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Force Protection Authority for Multi National Base Command - Tarin Kot, on Operation SLIPPER from July 2013 to December 2013.
Reverend Gregor Henderson AM
For significant service to the community through executive and ministerial roles in the Uniting Church in Australia, and through interfaith initiatives.
Professor David Hill AM
BA (Hons) 1978, PhD 1989
For significant service to international relations, as an advocate of Australia-Indonesia cross-cultural understanding, and as an educator.
Dr David Hilliard OAM
For service to education through the study of the history of religion.
Dr Wayne Minter AM
For significant service to chiropractic health, through educational programs, clinical practice standards, and patient management.
Mr Craddock Morton AM
BA (Hons) 1991
For significant service to the museums sector through leadership roles of national cultural institutions, and to public administration.
Professor Adrian Pagan AO
For distinguished service to tertiary education as an academic economist, to the development of public policy research, as an author, and through contributions to professional and financial organisations.
Mr Richard Viney AM
LLB (Hons) 1965
For significant service to the finance and insurance sector as a contributor to consumer protection and dispute mediation.
Professor Nancy Viviani AO
BA 1962, MA 1968, PhD 1974
For distinguished service to tertiary education and international relations, as a scholar, teacher and author, and in particular as an advocate for Australia's engagement with the Asian region.
Dr Roderick Westerman OAM
For service to aerospace medicine.
Ms Penny Williams PSM
BA (Hons) 1987
For outstanding public service in the role of Australia's inaugural Global Ambassador for Women and Girls.
Mr Bernard Wright AO
BA 1971, BA 1976
For distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly through contributions to the understanding and development of parliamentary law, practice and procedure, and as an adviser to the Members of the House of Representatives.
Emeritus Professor Farhat Yusuf
For significant service to tertiary education as a specialist demographer, and to professional organisations in Australia and overseas.