Victorian Government Assistance Programs for businesses affected by COVID-19

As businesses in the state continue to battle the the ongoing disruptions brought about as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Global Victoria has put together a document that summarises the government assistance available to support industry. The document outlines the funds available to businesses and exporters, listing useful links and resources for those affected. To view the full document, click here

 

Important information from Australian Defence Alliance – VIC and Victorian Defence Alliances

Important information from Australian Defence Alliance – VIC and Victorian Defence Alliances

Minister Reynolds (Defence Minister) and Minister Price (Minister for Defence Industry) have put out a joint media release about support for the defence industry sector during these difficult times. The release contains the following highlights which will have a positive impact on our members:

Newsletter

DSI Newsletter: March 23, 2020

Newsletter

DSI Newsletter: March 16, 2020

Newsletter

DSI Newsletter: March 2, 2020

Call for projects for innovative solutions to fight COVID-19

Call for projects for innovative solutions to fight COVID-19

As part of the French government's plan to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a new call for proposals* by the Ministry of the Armed Forces, launched by the Defense Innovation Agency (AID).

Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) - Solicitations

Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) - Solicitations

There are two solicitations from Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP), on behalf of the US Coast Guard. SVIP is the US Department of Homeland Security’s alternative procurement agency to reach alternative innovators in the Silicon Valley and similar ecosystems. It is different to DIU in terms that while DIU seeks mature technologies that it can put into warfighters’ hands very quickly hence opening solicitations for only 10 working days, SVIP seeks to develop new capabilities from lower TRLs. Its calls are open for up to one year and SVIP accepts applications every three months, see below the three quarterly dates.

Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge - Call for Proposals

Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge - Call for Proposals

The latest Call for Counter Improvised Threat Grand Challenge Phase 2 – Integration (CIT-GC Ph2) is now open.

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