Department of Industry,
Innovation and Science
The National Innovation and Science Agenda sets a focus on science, research and innovation as a key long-term driver of economic prosperity, jobs and growth.
The Global Innovation Strategy is a whole-of-government approach to increasing Australia's international innovation and science connections.
Between May 2017 and June 2018 we conducted research into the drivers and barriers for small to medium enterprises when collaborating with publicly funded research organisations.
Economic and social activities that information and communication technologies deliver form the ‘digital economy’.
The discussion paper focusses on the Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme’s service offering. It gave stakeholders the opportunity to provide feedback during a consultation period in June 2014.
On 28 November 2016, during the debate on the Competition and Consumer Amendment (Country of Origin) Bill 2016, the Australian Government committed to convening a working group to consider options for improving consumer access to seafood origin information in the foodservices sector.
This paper is their findings.
Australian food labels must easily convey where food is grown, produced, made or packed. This helps consumers make informed decisions about the food they buy.
This Decision Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) recommends a preferred policy option to amend the country of origin labelling framework.
We work in partnership with government entities to design and implement grant programs for their customers.
We offer a range of digital business services to help federal, state and local government agencies strengthen their digital service offer.