This Corporations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (CATSI) Act Draft Review proposes changes to ensure the Act operates as a modern incorporation statute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations and their members.
This revised policy aims to support economic development opportunities for Indigenous peoples and communities by providing pathways for Indigenous peoples and communities to enter or take part in fishing-related businesses.
Indigenous policy needs to get back to these fundamentals, with a focus on school attendance, jobs and creating the environment for Indigenous business creation — especially in remote and regional Indigenous communities, argues Warren Mundine in this analysis report.
The objective of this audit was to assess the effectiveness of the administration of the mandatory minimum requirements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in major government procurements in achieving policy objectives.
This document outlines PwC's overview of the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP).
Victoria’s Aboriginal Tourism Development Strategy for 2013–2023 presents the plans for future developing and promoting attractions that tap into Victoria's Aboriginal history, cultural expression and diversity in both an urban context,and across regional Victoria.
An overview of legal instruments and other measures to aid in the protection and valuation of Indigenous knowledge
This paper reviews the instruments and other measures relevant to supporting the protection of Indigenous Knowledge (IK) in Australia, with the intention of identifying ways to estimate the market value attributable to IK.
The Aboriginal Procurement Policy commenced on 1 July 2018 and mandates progressive targets for the award of contracts to Aboriginal businesses. The data contained within this report relates to contract award information extracted from Tenders WA (unless otherwise specified) for the period of 1 July...
The Western Sydney Indigenous Business Summit 2019 Insights Report is a summary of insights from a group of Indigenous business owners reflecting on the consistent challenges they face as they build either an established business or a new start-up.
The primary purpose of the Commonwealth Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) is to stimulate Indigenous entrepreneurship and business development, providing Indigenous Australians with more opportunities to participate in the economy.