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DFAT holds regular free information sessions on doing business with DFAT and how you can bring value to the Australian Aid Program.
This is DFAT’s fourth annual aid supplier event for those looking to collaborate, engage and maximise business networking.
In November 2018, Prime Minister Morrison announced the Australian Government would deepen educational links between Australia and the region.
DFAT is designing a program which will deliver selected components of DFAT’s support to the health sector in PNG through a managing contractor.
At this year’s CIPS Australasia Conference, DFAT was announced as the winner of the 2019 Award for Diversity and Inclusion category.
Every year across Australia, thousands of people donate their time and money to help people in developing countries.
The Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) is up and running.
DFAT does not tolerate sexual exploitation, abuse or harassment (SEAH) of any kind.
Corporations and institutions have the opportunity to partner with the Australian Government as official Sponsors of the Australian Pavilion.
DFAT is requesting activity proposals for partnership grants in health security under the PIDP Program.
DFAT is requesting activity proposals for partnership grants in health security under the APIDDaR Program.
Investments in human capital have been shown to improve employment rates and earnings and offer significant social rates of return.
The Australian Government Contract Management Guide is now available on the Department of Finance website.
The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Act 2018 (the Act) establishes an independent complaint mechanism for government procurement processes.
Given the prevalence of extreme-weather related natural disasters in the region, the Bureau of Meteorology's 2-day 'Introduction to Meteorology'.
A web-based portal for digitised Pacific cultural heritage items from museum, gallery and library collections around the world.
DFAT is opening up some of our in-house training courses to help instruct and support industry to better understand DFAT’s requirements.
The Australia–China Agricultural Cooperation Agreement (ACACA) is a treaty-level agreement between the Australian and Chinese governments.
The New Colombo Plan is a signature initiative of the Australian Government, which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific region in Australia.
Australia has a well-established presence in Vanuatu’s health sector.
Update: DFAT is seeking a contractor to jointly manage the Australia Indonesia Health Security Partnership (AIHSP).
The project is designed to demonstrate a new model for delivering large scale municipal infrastructure in Indonesia.
DFAT is undertaking a design process for calls for proposals to address health security issues in the Pacific and Southeast Asia.
Australia is boosting its support for infrastructure development in the Pacific and Timor Leste through a $2 billion infrastructure initiative.
DFAT intends to establish a new Design, Review and Monitoring and Evaluation Panel to meet DFAT demand for technical specialist advisory services.
A Statement of Requirement for a proposed research exercise is provided for the information of the market and prospective tenderers.
DFAT invites you to our first Information Session for Prospective Australian Aid Suppliers in Darwin NT.
The Support Unit – Advisor Team and Linkages Program - is a AUD3 million 2 year program (2019 – 2021).
DFAT invites you to our first Doing business with DFAT event on 18 February 2019 in Brisbane.
An Investment Concept for a proposed new program in Indonesia – the Australia Indonesia Health Security Partnership – is provided for the information
The Australia-Indonesia Partnership in Disaster Risk Management is a $25 million five year program (2019 – 2024) with an option for a 2 year extension
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