The Australian Government is inviting applications in an open competitive process to deliver activities under the Support for NDIS Providers Program through the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.
The Support for NDIS Providers Program is a new four year grants program of up to $17.6 million from 2018-19 to 2021-22, for a national information and education program to develop and grow a quality market in the NDIS, emphasising compliance obligations through the lens of the people with disability accessing NDIS supports and services.
The Federal Government’s Business Research and Innovation Initiative (BRII) Pilot Round 2 program provides small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) with grant funding to develop innovative solutions for government policy and service delivery challenges.
The program covers up to five challenges for which SMEs can develop solutions. These challenges are listed in the program guidelines and proposed by Australian Government agencies.
Applications are open for nominations for the Federal Government’s Prime Ministers Literary Awards which celebrate great Australian literature.
The winner of each category; children’s literature, young adult literature, fiction, poetry, non-fiction and Australian history is awarded $80,000 tax free. Shortlisted entries are each awarded $5,000 tax free.
Applications are open for the Federal Government’s Empowering Business to Go Digital program.
The program will provide a single grant of up to $3 million in matched funding to support the establishment of a non-government organisation to increase small business awareness and adoption of digital technology, in line with the recommendations of the Small Business Digital Taskforce Report .
Applications are being invited for the Federal Government’s $500,000 Wine Export Grants program.
These grants are designed to support small to medium wine exporters in capturing export opportunities in China and the USA, by offering reimbursement grants for specific export promotion activities from January 2018.
Applications are open for the Australian Government’s Fostering Integration Grants under its $5 million Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship Program.
Fostering Integration Grant applications for a minimum of $10,000 up to a maximum of $50,000 (GST exclusive) for up to 12 months will be considered. Successful organisations may receive less funding than requested.