Research Support for National Security
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The Research Support for National Security program supports science and innovation aimed at enhancing Australia’s national security capabilities. Co-funding is provided to competitively-selected projects led by private sector organisations, universities, research networks or government agencies.
The National Security Science and Technology Branch manages the program and works closely with national security agencies on the selection and management of projects including through independent expert panels for the assessment of applications.
The program was established as the Research Support for Counter-Terrorism program in 2004 and broadened to the Research Support for National Security program in 2009. Details of the projects supported through the program are available at the Department’s Grant Announcement page.
- Project and Applications Guidelines document - RTF 360KB | PDF 144KB
- Sample Funding Deed - Doc 569KB | PDF 476KB
There is no current funding round open at this time under this grants program. However, information about any future funding calls under this program will be made available on this website.
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