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Aliases
Austrade
Australian Trade and Investment Commission
Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade)

Outcome #1: Contribute to Australia's economic prosperity by promoting Australia's export and other international economic interests through the provision of information, advice and services to business, associations, institutions and government
# Program Body Contribution
1.13 International Market Access Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Austrade work together to achieve the best outcomes for Australian agricultural, fisheries and forestry exports, including through improved market access and addressing non-tariff measures. The agencies also work cooperatively to deliver whole-of-government programs such as the Agri-Business Expansion Initiative and the Non-Tariff Barrier Action Plan. The department also undertakes activities to preserve Australia's favourable animal and plant health status, helping maintain overseas markets.

2.1 Program 2.1 Strategy, Policy and Industry Department of Defence

Implementation of the Government's Defence Export Strategy is led by the Department of Defence, through the Australian Defence Export Office. This is providing a whole-of-government coordinated approach to supporting Australian defence industry, and cooperation with Austrade is focused on growing exports to underpin sustainability and growth aligned with national priorities.

2.7 International Education Support Department of Education
1.1 Foreign Affairs and Trade Operations Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

DFAT and Austrade work closely across a number of areas to promote trade and investment; address non-tariff barriers to trade; support and facilitate business; increase science, technology and innovation links; and advocate to uphold the global rules-based trading system. DFAT and Austrade work closely on trade diversification and to strengthen economic bilateral relationships. This cooperation results in more economic opportunities and contributes to the projection of a positive image of Australia as a destination for business, investment, tourism and study.

1.6 Public Information Services and Public Diplomacy Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

DFAT and Austrade work closely across a number of areas to promote trade and investment; address non-tariff barriers to trade; support and facilitate business; increase science, technology and innovation links; and advocate to uphold the global rules-based trading system. DFAT and Austrade work closely on trade diversification and to strengthen economic bilateral relationships. This cooperation results in more economic opportunities and contributes to the projection of a positive image of Australia as a destination for business, investment, tourism and study.

1.1 Investing in science, technology and commercialisation Department of Industry, Science and Resources

The Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR) cooperates with Austrade to build global networks, develop resilient supply chains, and identify and capitalise on opportunities in priority areas such as critical technologies and manufacturing. DISR and Austrade also cooperate, through the Australian Space Agency, to grow the Australian space industry through the Advancing Space: Australian Civil Space Strategy 2019-2028. DISR's Critical Minerals Office and Austrade work together to provide trade facilitation services and maximise commercial opportunities in key markets for Australian critical minerals projects. Table continued on the next page

1.2 Growing innovative and competitive businesses, industries and regions Department of Industry, Science and Resources

The Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR) cooperates with Austrade to build global networks, develop resilient supply chains, and identify and capitalise on opportunities in priority areas such as critical technologies and manufacturing. DISR and Austrade also cooperate, through the Australian Space Agency, to grow the Australian space industry through the Advancing Space: Australian Civil Space Strategy 2019-2028. DISR's Critical Minerals Office and Austrade work together to provide trade facilitation services and maximise commercial opportunities in key markets for Australian critical minerals projects. Table continued on the next page

3.1 Regional development Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts

The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts supports tourism demand-driving infrastructure in Australia's regions through regional grants programs.

1.1 Supporting Outcome 1 Tourism Australia

Austrade provides research and policy support to Tourism Australia's activities of promoting the export of Australian tourism services. These exports contribute to Australia's prosperity. Table continued on the next page

Outcome #2: The protection and welfare of Australians abroad through timely and responsive consular and passport services in specific locations overseas
# Program Body Contribution
2.1 Consular Services Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade)

Consular and Passport Services

# Program Body Contribution
1.2 Official Development Assistance Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Austrade delivers consular and passport services on behalf of the Australian Government in locations where DFAT does not have a presence. Where an Austrade office is located within a DFAT-managed mission or post, DFAT is responsible for the safety and security of that Austrade presence.

2.2 Passport Services Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Austrade delivers consular and passport services on behalf of the Australian Government in locations where DFAT does not have a presence. Where an Austrade office is located within a DFAT-managed mission or post, DFAT is responsible for the safety and security of that Austrade presence.

3.1 Foreign Affairs and Trade Security and IT Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Austrade delivers consular and passport services on behalf of the Australian Government in locations where DFAT does not have a presence. Where an Austrade office is located within a DFAT-managed mission or post, DFAT is responsible for the safety and security of that Austrade presence.

3.2 Overseas Property Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Austrade delivers consular and passport services on behalf of the Australian Government in locations where DFAT does not have a presence. Where an Austrade office is located within a DFAT-managed mission or post, DFAT is responsible for the safety and security of that Austrade presence.