Government funding

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Report

Business models, consumer experiences and regulation of retirement villages

This research looks at the appeal, benefits and disadvantages of living in retirement villages, as well as at the business models employed and how the Australian government can help the sector to expand.
Briefing paper

A roadmap towards scalable value-based payments in Australian healthcare

The author of this paper argues that embedding value-based payment models into the Australian healthcare system must travel down a digital road, while maintaining clinical safety and promoting health equity.
Report

Kitmap - a stocktake of research infrastructure in Aotearoa New Zealand’s government research organisations

The 'Kitmap' project highlights the research infrastructure across New Zealand's government-funded research organisations, including Crown Research Institutes, the National eScience Infrastructure, and Callaghan Innovation. Those who work in the research, science and innovation sector will have more visibility of the research infrastructure available to support...
Discussion paper

Budget independence for Victoria’s Independent Officers of Parliament

Victoria’s integrity agencies have come together to present an evidence-based paper outlining the need for greater budgetary independence. This joint paper sets out a case to further strengthen the perceived and actual independence of these three officers of Parliament.
Report

The funding of Western Australian homelessness services

This report provides comprehensive evidence of the funding of specialist homelessness services, mainstream services and Aboriginal services, which assist those experiencing homelessness and those at risk of homelessness in Western Australia.
Strategy

Tipping point: a plan for a shock-proof aged care system

To help guide the decisions that must be made, and make sure aged care is prepared for all the challenges of the future – not just the immediate crises we face – Anglicare Australia has developed this blueprint to transform the system and prepare it...
Report

Careless on accountability: is federal aged care funding siphoned away?

This report provides several case studies of large Australian aged care operators that demonstrate the urgent need for government reforms to require transparency and public accountability on federal aged care funding.
Report

Counting the costs: sustainable funding for the ACT community services sector

This report informs development of more sustainable models of resourcing for the community services sector in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Report

Toward a perpetual funding model for Native Title Prescribed Bodies Corporate

This report explores a range of models for resourcing the Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) sector, and argues that a PBC Future Fund is the most appropriate and cost-effective mechanism to secure on-going PBC funding in perpetuity.
Briefing paper

Community first social care: care in places people call home

Additional funding for social care is important. The system has suffered significant cuts and cannot be improved without a funding deal. This briefing makes a contribution to the evidence and policy thinking on what should come alongside funding proposals. It outlines how combining funding reform...
Journal article

“He who pays the piper calls the tune”: researcher experiences of funder suppression of health behaviour intervention trial findings

This research article finds that one in five researchers in this global sample reported being pressured to delay, alter, or not publish the findings of health behaviour intervention trials.
Report

Funding for public research into foreign policy issues

For the purposes of this inquiry, the Committee accepted a broad definition of both foreign policy, and foreign policy research, in order to explore all the evidence provided. This inquiry report primarily explores the role of government funding of foreign policy research and analysis.
Report

The most expensive breakfast in history

This publication examines the 2002 Wanless Review of public health and National Health Service funding in the United Kingdom.
Report

Funding high-quality aged care services

Australians have been rightly shocked by repeated exposés of widespread mistreatment, neglect and even abuse of elders in our aged care system. This report argues that expanding the quantity and quality of aged care services should be seen as an economic opportunity, not just a...
Report

The next steps for aged care: forging a clear path after the Royal Commission

This report navigates through the differing views of the Commissioners to show how Australia can achieve a rights-based system that provides adequate care and support for all who need it.
Guide

How NFPs should engage with government: strategies, tools and frameworks for long-term success

This paper has been developed to support non-profit, social purpose leaders and boards to examine just how well prepared their organisation is to work effectively with government – and to provide a framework to respond to the fast changing policy, funding and legislative environments.
Report

A review of the funding and prioritisation of environmental research in New Zealand

This report examines how public funds are invested in environmental research in New Zealand, and calls for an environmental research strategy to be developed by the Ministry for the Environment, and dedicated, long-term funding for environmental research to be ringfenced.
Report

The research, science and innovation report 2021

This report is a snapshot of how the New Zealand science and innovation system is performing in major areas. It covers people, skills, knowledge, infrastructure and funding across government, as well as education and business.
Briefing paper

Pay equity in community services: the consequences of federal budgetary decisions

This paper suggests that the failure of the Commonwealth to confirm that it will maintain funding for community service organisations could threaten up to 12,000 jobs in that sector, at a moment when those services are critical to Australia’s pandemic-damaged economy.
Report

Government-funded students and courses 2019

This publication provides a summary of data relating to students, programs, subjects and training providers in Australia’s government-funded vocational education and training (VET) system, defined as all Commonwealth and state/territory government-funded training delivered by technical and further education (TAFE) institutes, other government providers (such as...
Report

Social sector commissioning

This document outlines the response to conversations the Government held with the social sector so far and the next steps that will be taken towards a better system that supports better outcomes.
Report

Australia’s aged care system: assessing the views and preferences of the general public for quality of care and future funding

The research outlined in this report shows Australians strongly support increased funding to ensure universal access to high-quality aged care services in the future. The research was conducted for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, and is based on a survey of...
Fact sheet

Fact Check: Paul Fletcher says ABC funding is rising each year. Is he correct?

Federal Communications Minister, Paul Fletcher, says the ABC's funding is rising every year. Verdict: Mr Fletcher's claim is misleading.
Report

New Zealand Cancer Action Plan 2019–2029

The New Zealand Cancer Action Plan 2019-2020 provides a pathway to improve cancer outcomes for all New Zealanders. On 1 December 2019, the government launched the Cancer Control Agency to lead the implementation of this plan.
Report

Realising our ambition through science: a review of Government Science Capability

This report assesses the UK government’s current science and engineering capabilities and recommends how best to use these to meet future challenges.