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Tender: Funding/Grants: Small and Medium Enterprises Export Hubs, Australia, closes 21/01/2019 5:00 p.m. NSW ...

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT - DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND SCIENCE. SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SME) EXPORT HUBS.
Contact Person: Phone: 13-28-46.
GO ID: GO1972
Description: Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Export Hubs.
The Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) grant opportunity will support SME Export Hubs in the development of local, regional and Indigenous
brands through business collaborations in the identified areas of competitive strength.
This grant opportunity complements existing initiatives, such as those delivered through the Australian Export Finance Corporation - Efic, the
Australian Trade and Investment Commission - Austrade, the Entrepreneurs' Programme, and the Industry Growth Centres Initiative.
SMEs may be local, regional, remote and/or Indigenous.
The objectives of the grant opportunity are to:
· support the establishment and/or operation of SME export hubs (export hubs) in the six Growth Centre sectors:
· Advanced Manufacturing
· Cyber Security
· Food and Agribusiness
· Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals
· Mining Equipment, Technology and Services
· Oil, Gas and Energy Resources.
· support SME development through facilitation of export opportunities and working with the Growth Centres.
The minimum grant amount is $150,000.
The maximum grant amount is $1.5 million.
The grant amount will be up to 50 per cent of eligible project costs.
The maximum grant period is four years and you must complete your project by 30 June 2022.
The grant opportunity will be delivered through a two-stage competitive selection process.
Eligibility: To be eligible you must:
have an Australian Business Number (ABN) and
be one of the following entities:
· an incorporated not-for-profit organisation such as
· an incorporated association
· a company limited by guarantee
· a non-distributing co-operative
· an Indigenous not for profit corporation
· a not-for-profit incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust
· an Australian local government agency or body
· an Australian state/territory government agency or body
· a Regional Development Australia (RDA) committee.
If you are applying as a not for profit organisation you must demonstrate your not-for-profit status through one of the following:
· current Australian Charities and Not for profits Commission's (ACNC) registration
· state or territory incorporated association status
· constitutional documents and/or Articles of Association that demonstrate the not for profit character of your organisation.
You are not eligible to apply if you are:
· an incorporated for-profit organisation
· an unincorporated association
· an individual
· a partnership
· a publicly funded research organisation (PFRO) including universities as defined in appendix A
· a research organisation
· a trust (however, a not for profit incorporated trustee may apply on behalf of a trust)
· a Commonwealth government agency or body (including government business enterprises), unless listed in section 4.1.
To be eligible your project must:
· include eligible activities and eligible expenditure
· have at least $300,000 in eligible expenditure
· support the establishment and/or operation of a new or existing export hub
· support participating SMEs to improve their capability to increase exports, and create jobs
· develop and implement an export strategy, building on identified SME strengths and innovation potential.
Refer to grant opportunity guidelines for further information on eligibility criteria.
Total Amount Available (AUD): $18,800,000.00
Estimated Grant Value (AUD): From $150,000.00 to $1,500,000.00
Instructions for Lodgement: To apply, go to
https://www.business.gov.au/smeeh
Contact Details: P: 13-28-46. E: enquiries@industry.gov.au
W: https://www.business.gov.au/smeeh
Close Date & Time: 21-January-2019 at 5:00 pm (ACT Local Time)
Further information and documentation is available from https://www.grants.gov




























































Tender: Funding/Grants: Regional Airport Security Screening Fund, Australia, closes 21/03/2019 5:00 p.m. NSW ...

DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS. REGIONAL AIRPORT SECURITY SCREENING FUND.
GO ID: GO1551
Description: Regional Airport Security Screening Fund.
The objective of the program is to support eligible regional airports in moving quickly to implement new aviation security screening requirements.
$50.1 million is available over four years for the program which includes $49.195 million for grants.
The program is restricted to pre-identified eligible regional airports invited to apply. Home Affairs consulted with eligible airports prior to the program opening for applications. During the consultation process, Home Affairs determined the individual security screening equipment requirements and maximum grant amount for each airport.
The grant amount will be up to 100 per cent of eligible project costs. Grant amounts for individual airports are pre-determined by Home Affairs based on a set cost to replace existing or purchase new aviation security screening equipment where necessary, to meet requirements that apply to that airport.
Project activities can include:
· acquisition, and commissioning of approved aviation security screening equipment
· upgrade of existing equipment to meet the same specifications (hardware and software) of approved aviation security screening equipment and commissioning
· acquisition and commissioning of any equipment that is directly associated with the new aviation security screening equipment such as roller beds, trays and perspex shields
· capital works to accommodate new aviation security screening equipment that is pre-approved by the Home Affairs prior to making an application, and which is detailed in your invitation to apply. Home Affairs contacted those airports that are eligible to undertake capital works prior to the round for applications opening.
The Approved Aviation Security Screening Equipment list is available at govdex.gov.au. If you require access please contact the Department of
Home Affairs by email at
screening.policy@homeaffairs.gov.au
Eligibility:
To be eligible you must:
· have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
· be invited to apply as an eligible regional airport or entity formally authorised by the eligible airport.
The Department of Home Affairs determined which regional airports were eligible based on:
· departing passenger data held by the BITRE from the 2017 calendar year
· seating capacity of the aircraft hosted by the airport and
· details of the aviation security screening equipment in use as at 8 May 2018.
We can only accept applications where you can provide a letter from your board (or chief executive officer or equivalent if there is no board) that the project is supported, and that you can complete the project and meet any costs not covered by grant funding.
To be eligible your project must be consistent with the information contained in your invitation to apply for grant funding.
If you believe your airport requires aviation security screening equipment that was not included in your invitation to apply for funding, you should contact Home Affairs by email at screening.policy@homeaffairs.gov.au to request a review of the funding allocated. Home Affairs will assess your case against the eligibility criteria and available program funds and we will notify you of the outcome. You should not submit your application until you have been notified of the outcome.
Total Amount Available (AUD): $50,100,000.00.
Instructions for Lodgement: To apply, go to https://www.business.gov.au/rassf
Other Instructions: Eligible airports have been invited to apply for the program and provided a link to the application form.
Contact Details: P: 132-846. E: enquiries@industry.gov.au
W: https://www.business.gov.au/rassf
Close Date & Time: 21 March 2019 at 5.00 pm (ACT Local Time)
Further information and documentation is available from https://www.grants.gov.au/






























Tender: Funding/Grants: Australia-India Strategic Research Fund, Australia, closes 23/01/2019 5:00 p.m. NSW ...

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT -DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND SCIENCE . AUSTRALIA-INDIA STRATEGIC RESEARCH FUND (AISRF).
Contact Person: Phone: 13-28-46.
GO ID: GO1963.
Description: Australia-India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF)
Australia-India Collaborative Research Projects are funded by the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF).
The objectives of the AISRF are to:
· increase the uptake of leading science and technology by supporting collaboration between Australian and Indian researchers in strategically
· focused, leading-edge scientific research and technology projects
· strengthen strategic alliances between Australian and Indian researchers, and
· facilitate Australia's and India's access to the global science and technology system.
For this grant opportunity, $4 million is available over 3 years.
the maximum grant amount is $500,000
· the maximum grant period is three years
· the project must involve research in a priority area
· the lead organisation can submit a maximum of two applications:
· one with a corresponding application being submitted under the Science and Technology Fund with India's Department of Science and
Technology
· one corresponding application being submitted under the Biotechnology Fund with India's Department of Biotechnology.
Priority Areas
The priority areas for Round 11 of the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund Collaborative Research Projects are: Indo-Australian Science & Technology Fund (administered by DST in India)
· Energy storage (batteries)
· Marine science
Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund (administered by DBT in India)
· Plant genomics
· Neurodegenerative diseases, including palliative care
Eligibility:
To be eligible you must:
· have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
and be one of the following entities:
· a company, incorporated in Australia
· an incorporated not for profit organisation
· a publicly funded research organisation (PFRO) as defined in appendix A
- a Cooperative Research Centre
- an other Australian incorporated entity.
We can only accept applications:
- that have a primary Indian partner that has submitted, or is in the process of submitting, a corresponding application to India's Department of Science and Technology (DST) or the Department of Biotechnology (DBT).
We cannot waive the eligibility criteria under any circumstances.
For more information on eligibility please refer to the grant opportunity guidelines.
Grant Activity Timeframe: The maximum grant period is 3 years.
We may approve a further 12 month extension provided you complete your project by 30 June 2023.
Total Amount Available (AUD): $4,000,000.00
Instructions for Lodgement: To apply, go to
www.business.gov.au/aisrf
Contact Details P: 13 28 46. E: enquiries@industry.gov.au
W: http://www.business.gov.au/aisrf
Close Date & Time: 23-January-2019 at 5:00 pm (ACT Local Time)
Further information and documentation is available from https://www.grants.gov.au/












































Tender: Water Infrastructure Program Project Partners, A.C.T., closes 25/01/2019 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND WATER RESOURCES. MURRAY-DARLING BASIN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM 2018-2024 - PROJECT PARTNERS (TENDER 6).
ATM ID: RFT 2018-29077.
Agency: Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
Close Date & Time: 25 January 2019 at 3.00 pm (ACT Local Time)
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, QLD.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The Australian Government is seeking Project Partners to develop and implement water efficiency projects in urban, industrial, off-farm irrigation infrastructure, on-farm irrigation infrastructure (in QLD, SA and ACT) and metering settings in the Murray-Darling Basin. Project Partners will deliver eligible projects valued at $1 million or more that will transfer water savings to the Commonwealth, to contribute to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan's water recovery targets. We are running a series of webinars to help you understand the program and complete a successful tender. Recordings and transcripts of past webinars can be found on YouTube or our website at:
www.agriculture.gov.au/waterefficiency.
Other Instructions: This tender is separate to, but runs concurrently with, Request for Tender (RFT) 2018-29076, which seeks Delivery Partners under the Murray-Darling Basin Water Infrastructure Program.
This Tender six (6) is the sixth a series of six (6) Tenders released this calendar year. Each tender has been published and closed separately on AusTender according to the indicative timetable in the RFT and is subject to change (refer Section 1 Introduction, clause 1.11 "Procurement timetable").
Conditions for Participation:
1. The Tenderer must exist as a Legal Entity at the Closing Time and Date.
2. The Tenderers must have access to or the ability to acquire Eligible Water Rights that will be transferred to the Commonwealth as a result of implementing Projects.
3. The Tenderer must not have had any judicial decisions against them (excluding decisions under appeal) relating to employee entitlements and have not paid the claim.
4. The Tenderer must comply with the ethical dealing requirements as set out in Section 8.2 in this RFT.
5. The Tenderer, its personnel and any sub-contractors proposed in the tender must not, at the respective tender closing dates, be listed as terrorists under section15 of the Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 (Cth).
6. The Tenderer (and any subcontractor proposed in its tender) must not be named in the consolidated list referred to in Regulation 40 of the Charter of United Nations (Dealing with Assets) Regulations 2008 (Cth).
Timeframe for Delivery: From 2018 to 2024.
Address for Lodgement: www.tenders.gov.au
Contact Details: Procure to Pay Team. E: procurementhelpdesk@agriculture.gov.au
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
https://www.tenders.gov.au/?event=public.atm.show&ATMUUID=37B69627-CA33-3D99-CEB7069683CFE3CB



















Tender: Water Infrastructure Program Delivery Partners, A.C.T., closes 25/01/2019 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND WATER RESOURCES. MURRAY-DARLING BASIN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM 2018-2024 - DELIVERY PARTNERS (TENDER 6).
ATM ID: RFT 2018-29076.
Agency: Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
Close Date & Time: 25 January 2019 at 3.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, QLD.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The Australian Government is seeking Delivery Partners to source, develop and implement water efficiency projects in urban, industrial, off-farm irrigation infrastructure, on-farm irrigation infrastructure (in Qld, SA and ACT) and metering settings in the Murray-Darling Basin. Delivery Partners will deliver projects with interested Eligible Participants with Eligible Water Rights that will transfer water savings to the Commonwealth, to contribute to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan's water recovery targets. We are running a series of webinars to help you understand the program and complete a successful tender. Recordings and transcripts of past webinars can be found on YouTube or our website at:
www.agriculture.gov.au/waterefficiency.
Other Instructions: This tender is separate to, but runs concurrently with, Request for Tender (RFT) 2018-29077, which seeks Project Partners under the Murray-Darling Basin Water Infrastructure Program.
This Tender six (6) is the sixth of a series of six (6) Tenders released this calendar year. Each tender has been published and closed separately on AusTender according to the indicative timetable in the RFT and is subject to change (refer to Section 1 Introduction, clause 1.11 "Procurement timetable").
Conditions for Participation:
1. The Tenderer must exist as a Legal Entity at the Closing Time and Date.
2. The Tenderers must have access to or the ability to acquire Eligible Water Rights that will be transferred to the Commonwealth as a result of implementing Projects.
3. The Tenderer must not have had any judicial decisions against them (excluding decisions under appeal) relating to employee entitlements and have not paid the claim.
4. The Tenderer must comply with the ethical dealing requirements as set out in Section 8.2 in this RFT.
5. The Tenderer, its personnel and any sub-contractors proposed in the tender must not, at the respective tender closing dates, be listed as terrorists under section15 of the Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 (Cth).
6. The Tenderer (and any subcontractor proposed in its tender) must not be named in the consolidated list referred to in Regulation 40 of the Charter of United Nations (Dealing with Assets) Regulations 2008 (Cth).
Timeframe for Delivery: From 2018 to 2024.
Address for Lodgement: www.tenders.gov.au
Contact Details: Procure to Pay Team. E: procurementhelpdesk@agriculture.gov.au
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
https://www.tenders.gov.au/?event=public.atm.show&ATMUUID=37ECCF34-BFE2-7CA3-7FAF3BFD6087F3F5



















Tender: Funding/Grants: Women's Leadership Development Program, Australia, closes 28/06/2019 8:00 a.m. NSW ...

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT - DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET. WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OPEN NON-COMPETITIVE ROUND 2018-2021.
Contact Person: Rebecca Grant. Phone: (02) 6271-6074.
GO ID: GO1784.
Description: Women's Leadership Development Program open non-competitive round 2018-2021.
The Australian Government funds the Women's Leadership and Development Program (the Program) to deliver a range of projects specifically for Australian women.
The objectives of the Program are to improve outcomes for Australian women in five key focus areas:
1. Women's Economic Security
2. Women's Workforce Participation
3. Women's Leadership
4. Women's Safety
5. International Engagement
This grant opportunity invites applicants to submit proposals for one-off or small-scale projects that contribute towards the Australian Government's priorities for women on a national scale for key focus areas 2 - 5.
Eligibility: To be eligible you must: be one of the following entity types -
· a company incorporated in Australia
· a company incorporated by guarantee
· an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust
· an incorporated association
· a partnership
· a consortium with a lead organisation
· a registered charity or not-for-profit organisation
· a publicly funded research organisation as defined in the Glossary
· an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Corporation registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006; and
· be solvent
· have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
· be registered for the purposes of GST
· have an account with an Australian financial institution
· be compliant with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (if applicable).
Applications from consortia are acceptable, provided you have a lead applicant who is the main driver of the project and is eligible as per the list above.
We cannot provide a grant if you receive funding from another government source for the same purpose.
You will be required to provide evidence of your organisation's solvency.
Instructions for Lodgement: To apply you must:
· complete the application form which will be sent to selected organisations
· provide all the information requested
· meet all eligibility criteria and address all assessment criteria
· include all necessary attachments
· submit your application before the closing date and time.
Contact Details: Rebecca Grant. P: (02) 6271-6074. E: WLDP
17-18@pmc.gov.au
Close Date & Time: 28-June-2019, 8:00 pm (ACT Local Time)
Further information and documentation is available from https://www.grants.gov.au/







































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