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Before completing this application form, you should have read the Collie Futures Industry Development Fund (CFIDF) Guidelines:
The CFIDF will be open to applications via a rolling-intake for the four (4) year lifespan of the program subject to availability of funds each financial year. Submitted proposals move through two approval stages before funding is granted.
Stage 1 proposals provide proponents with an opportunity to submit a summary project plan and will be assessed only when they are submitted for evaluation.
Progression to Stage 2 will occur by invitation only based on the merit of the Stage 1 proposal and its evaluation against the CFIDF outcomes. In the second stage proponents must submit an extensive project plan, financial and budget documents, and technical documentation.
Funding decisions will be made based on the suitability of the proposal and the availability of Program funding.
This section of the application form is designed to determine if you are eligible for this grant. It is crucial that you answer the questions below to ensure you do not spend time completing the application if you are ineligible.
If you have any questions regarding the eligibility criteria, please contact Cate Brooks on 9792 2022 or for assistance with the online grant application process, contact Christine Mitcheson on 9734 2322.
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Information provided by applicants or collected by the South West Development Commission (SWDC) and the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) in relation to applicants or their applications may be used by SWDC, DPIRD or the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI) in the administration of the CFIDF and in the assessment of the application.
Any information provided (personal, financial or otherwise) will be solely used for the purpose of the CFIDF. Information submitted will be subject to assessment and review by State Government agencies, the Collie Futures Economic Advisory Group, and subject matter experts where required. Subject matter experts are third party specialists directly involved with the evaluation of the proposal in accordance with subclause 6.2 of the Australian Privacy Principles. Information will not be released to any other third parties without the prior written approval of the applicant.
DPIRD will store personal information collected in this application, supporting documentation and any grant administration, monitoring and evaluation activities in compliance with its obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
You may be contacted by DPIRD or the South West Development Commission (the Commission) for further information regarding your application.