Applications for the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative grants are now open. Supply Chain Resilience Initiative is part of the Australian Government’s $1.5 billion Modern Manufacturing Strategy. It aims to shore up Australia’s critical…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HscAmcVn-qM Congratulations to Universal Site Monitoring (USM) for being awarded the Accelerating Commercialisation Grant! USM won $698K for their next generation personal safety monitors for workers in…
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The Federal Government has singled out Darwin as the home of a future clean hydrogen hub and is putting more than $275 million on the table to help make it happen. Darwin is among four regional centres the Morrison Government wants to share…
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On 1 October 2020 the Australian Government announced a new $107.2 million Supply Chain Resilience Initiative (SCRI) to help position Australia to better respond to future crises such as COVID-19. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic…
This session will help sellers unpack the language used in government approaches-to-market so they can build a clear and accurate response. About this Event A key principle of government procurement is that approaches to market…
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This session aims to provide digital sellers with a basic understanding of the way government buyers approach security in ICT contracts. About this Event When a government agency sources a digital solution, it must take into…
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Representatives from large, international seller will talk about ways they partner with small-to-medium enterprises. About this Event One way that small-to-medium digital enterprises and start-up sellers can access government opportunities…
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Helping small-to-medium enterprises understand the nuances of selling digital products and services to government. About this Event The Australian Government aims to create a fair playing field for vendors of all types and sizes to participate…
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