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Call for NFP Applications to Deliver Digital Enterprise Program


17 April 2012 at 12:21 pm
Staff Reporter
The Federal Government has called for applications from eligible organisations to deliver Round Three of the Digital Enterprise program.


Staff Reporter | 17 April 2012 at 12:21 pm


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Call for NFP Applications to Deliver Digital Enterprise Program
17 April 2012 at 12:21 pm

The Federal Government has called for applications from eligible organisations to deliver Round Three of the Digital Enterprise program.

The Digital Enterprise program will provide $10 million in grant funding to help Not for Profit organisations and small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) in 40 communities that benefit from the National Broadband Network (NBN) where work on the rollout has already commenced.

The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, says the program will assist NFPs and SMEs to better understand how they can maximise the opportunities from greater digital engagement, enabled by the NBN.

The Senator says the program will provide training and advice to Not for Profit organisations to help them engage online by using the NBN to extend their reach into the community, expand their donor pool and achieve administrative efficiencies such as improved utilisation of their volunteers and members.

Round Three of the program will target the following communities:

Australian Capital Territory

  • ACT government area
  • New South Wales
  • local government area of Auburn
  • local government area of Liverpool Plains
  • local government area of Penrith
  • local government area of Tamworth

Northern Territory

  • local government area of Coomalie
  • local government area of Litchfield
  • local government area of Wagait Shire
  • unincorporated areas of the Northern Territory

Queensland

  • local government area of Brisbane
  • local government area of Lockyer Valley

Tasmania

  • local government area of Kingborough
  • local government area of Launceston

South Australia

  • local government area of Adelaide
  • local government area of Adelaide Hills
  • local government area of Charles Sturt
  • local government area of Port Adelaide Enfield
  • local government area of Salisbury

Victoria

  • local government area of Ballarat
  • local government area of Golden Plains Shire
  • local government area of Hepburn Shire
  • local government area of Pyrenees Shire

Western Australia

  • local government area of Belmont
  • local government area of Chapman Valley Shire
  • local government area of Irwin Shire
  • local government area of Mandurah
  • local government area of Melville

The closing date for applications is 2pm AEST on Thursday May 10, 2012.

To view the guidelines or to find out more about the Digital Enterprise program visit: www.dbcde.gov.au/digitalenterprise



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