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  • Procurement Reforms – Changes to the Adviser Remuneration Framework

    The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is advising of a change relating to the procurement of Aid Contracts.

  • Open Grants Process – Cyber Cooperation Program

    The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is pleased to invite project proposals for Australia's Cyber Cooperation Program.

  • AIFFP Capital Infrastructure Services Panel Procurement

    As part of DFAT's responsibility for implementing the AIFFP, it is currently seeking to establish a panel that can provide CSPM and/or HC services.

  • Procurement Reforms – Changes to the Adviser Remuneration Framework

  • Open Grants Process – Cyber Cooperation Program

  • AIFFP Capital Infrastructure Services Panel Procurement

The Australian Government's Foreign Policy White Paper sets out a comprehensive framework to advance Australia's security and prosperity in a contested and competitive world. The aid program actions this by supporting inclusive growth and poverty reduction with a strong focus on the Indo-Pacific region. The Australian Government relies on a range of partners to deliver our aid program including; business, non-government organisations, universities, and multilateral organisations.

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DFAT Supplier Network LinkedIn Group

Provides current and interested suppliers with information on doing business with DFAT, supplier events and current news and updates regarding the Australian Aid Program.

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