Australian Information Industry Association

  

Policy Update 9 April 2018

Growing the Pie – Edition 2.0

The AIIA have published the second edition of Growing the Pie, this paper captures key policy wins for members over the first quarter of 2018. Additionally, Growing the Pie serves as a reference document for members on areas of engagement within policy.

If you haven’t seen it yet, you can access Growing the Pie on the main page of the AIIA’s website or here, please reach out to Damien Lewis or Kim Hicks if you would like further information on the series.

AIIA/DTA roundtable on the next phase of the Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF)

The roundtable will cover Phase 2 of the TDIF, looking at 13 framework documents. Members, if you would like to be involved in this important process, please reach out to Kim Hicks.

Grant opportunity for Qld SMEs

The Queensland Small Business Digital Grants Program provides funding up to $10,000 (ex-GST) to purchase hardware, software and services such as digital coaching closes at 5pm on April 11 2018.

Queensland Digital Grants Program Closes on April 11 at 5pm

  • Eligibility requirements for businesses:
  • Fewer than 20 employees at the time of applying for the grant,
  • Have a Queensland headquarters,
  • Have a turnover of $2 million or less in the last financial year.

The business must also show that the digital technology or the service purchased will enhance the digital capabilities of the business.
The grant is a reimbursement and the amount will be paid to the business when:

  • The project has been completed,
  • A valid tax invoice has been received.

Members, for further information see link here, read the application guidelines or phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68).