Australia have kept faith in under-pressure captain Michael Clarke to lead the Twenty20 side on the upcoming trip to England.
Clarke leads a 13-man party for matches against England and Pakistan over the next two months.
The squad is the same as the one which fell short in the ICC World Twenty20 final, minus backup wicketkeeper Tim Paine.
The one-day squad was also unveiled, with opener Shaun Marsh selected after recovering from injury.
The explosive opener replaces fellow Western Australian Adam Voges.
Australia will play two Tests and two Twenty20 matches against Pakistan in England due to security concerns in Pakistan. That series will be preceded by five one-day matches against England.
"Australia has made great progress in Twenty20 cricket in the last 12 months, winning an extremely high percentage of our games and of course being the only undefeated side in the tournament until the final," Australia selectors' chairman Andrew Hilditch said.
Clarke admitted his place in the team was under threat after a poor run of form continued in a seven-wicket World T20 final loss to England in Barbados.
Clarke's top score was just 27 in the Caribbean and he ended the event with 92 runs at an average of just 15.33.
"There's no doubt the selectors will need to have a look at my performances," Clarke told reporters.
"I certainly know they haven't been up to scratch in Twenty20 cricket in general."
Australia begin their tour on June 17 with a limited-overs match against Ireland at Clontarf.
They then play Middlesex at Lord's on June 19 in a one-day tour match, followed by five one-day matches against England - June 22 at the Rose Bowl, June 24 at Cardiff, June 27 at Old Trafford, June 30 at The Oval and July 3 at Lord's.
The Pakistan series begins with Twenty20 matches on July 5 and 6 at Edgbaston, followed by a two-day tour match against Derbyshire on July 8-9.
The Test matches against Pakistan take place at Lord's on July 13 and Headingley (July 21).
One-day squad: Ricky Ponting (captain), Michael Clarke (vice captain), Doug Bollinger, Brad Haddin, Nathan Hauritz, Ryan Harris, James Hopes, Mike Hussey, Mitchell Johnson, Shaun Marsh, Clint McKay, Steve Smith, Shane Watson, Cameron White.
Twenty20 squad: Michael Clarke (captain), Cameron White (vice captain), Daniel Christian, Brad Haddin, Ryan Harris, Nathan Hauritz, David Hussey, Mike Hussey, Mitchell Johnson, Dirk Nannes, Steven Smith, Shaun Tait, David Warner, Shane Watson.